This sections includes the following:
If the install system does not have direct connectivity to the internet, an HTTP proxy needs to be specified. For example, for Sun Java System Application Server, specify the following in the domain.xml file:
<jvm-options>-Dhttp.proxyHost=Proxy-Host</jvm-options> <jvm-options>-Dhttp.proxyPort=Proxy-Port</jvm-options> <jvm-options>-Dhttp.nonProxyHosts="PortalServer-Host"</jvm-options>
Here, Proxy-Host is the fully-qualified domain name of the proxy host, Proxy-Port is the port on which the proxy is run, and PortalServer-Host is the fully-qualified domain name of the Portal Server software host.
Execute the command prtconf | grep Memory to check RAM.
Use the command df -lk to see how much swap space your machine has. To temporarily increase your swap space by 4 Gbytes, you can use the following instructions:
> mkfile 4g /fourGigXtraSwap > swap -a /fourGigXtraSwap
Remove the link /usr/share/bdb/db.jar before installation, if it exists.
Check if a version of ant below 1.5.4 exists on the system by running the following command:
rpm -qa | grep ant
The ant version 1.5.2 interferes with portal configuration. If an earlier version of ant is found installed, remove it by running the following command:
rpm -e ant-1.5.2-23 ant-libs-1.5.2-23
If you are configuring the Sun Java System Application Server for session failover (see Sun Java System Application Server Enterprise Edition 8.1 2005Q2 High Availability Administration Guide), note that the Portal Server software must be installed on a non-default server. To install on a non-default server, see instructions below.