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Sun ONE Application Server 7, Enterprise Edition Installation Guide

Contents


About This Guide
Who Should Use This Guide
How This Guide is Organized
Using the Documentation
Documentation Conventions
General Conventions
Conventions Referring to Directories
Product Support
For More Information

Chapter 1   Preparing to Install
Installation Roadmap
Installation Components
Application Server
Administration
Administration Client
Java 2 Software Development Kit (J2SE)
Sun ONE Message Queue
Sample Applications
Always-On Technology Components
High-Availability Database (HADB)
HADB Management Client
Load Balancer Plug-in
Installation Methodology
Graphical Interface Method
Command-Line Interface Method
Silent Mode
Distribution of the Product
Installation Requirements
Platform Requirements
Configuration 1
Configuration 2
Configuration 3
Solaris Requirements
Solaris 8 Patch Requirements
Shared Message Queue Broker Requirement
Hardened Solaris Operating Environment Requirement
General Requirements
High-Availability Requirements
Topology Planning
Space Considerations
Web Server Installation
Shared Memory Setup
Remote Access Setup
Accessing the Documentation

Chapter 2   Installing Enterprise Edition Software
About Installation
Installation Components
Installation Options
Installation Syntax
Installing Application Server Software
Installing the Load Balancer Plug-in
Installing in Silent Mode (Non-Interactive)
Creating the Installation Configuration File
Syntax for Creating the Installation Configuration File
Example Installation Configuration File
Modifying the Installation Configuration File
Installing in Silent Mode

Chapter 3   Preparing for HADB Setup
Configuring Shared Memory and Semaphores
Setting Up Host Communication
Setting up RSH for HADB Administration
Setting Up SSH for HADB Administration
SSH Requirements and Limitations
Installing SSH for Solaris 8
Configuring SSH
Setting Up the User Environment
Setting Up Administration for Non-Root
Using the clsetup Command
How the clsetup Command Works
How the Input Files Work
What the clsetup Command Accomplishes
Commands Used by the clsetup Command
clsetup Requirements and Limitations
Editing the clsetup Input Files
The clinstance.conf File
The clpassword.conf File
The clresource.conf File
Running the clsetup Command
Cleanup Procedures for the clsetup Command

Chapter 4   Post-installation Tasks
Starting and Stopping the Server
Using the Command-line Interface
Using start-domain and stop-domain
Using start-instance and stop-instance
Getting Helpful Information
Using the Administration Interface
Creating Domains and Instances
Web Services Client Implementation
Stopping and Starting the HADB
Stopping the HADB
Starting the HADB After Stopping

Chapter 5   Uninstalling the Enterprise Edition Software
About Uninstalling
Components
Uninstallation Requirements
Uninstalling the Application Server Software
Uninstalling in Silent Mode (non-interactive)

Chapter 6   Troubleshooting
About Logs and Messages
J2SE Installation/Upgrade Issues
Incompatible J2SE version---cannot upgrade.
Failure to install J2SE reported through install log file.
Forgotten User Name or Password
Forgotten Admin Server Port Number
Connection Refused for Administration Interface
Server Won’t Start: CGI Error Occurs
Set Limits on File Descriptions
On Solaris: Change Kernel Parameters
Uninstallation Failure Cleanup

Appendix A   Installation Cheatsheet
1. Fulfill the installation requirements.
2. Install the software components.
3. Complete the high-availability installation tasks.
4. Complete the post-installation tasks.

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