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|Oracle Solaris Cluster Data Service for Sun Java System Message Queue Guide|
If you did not install the HA for Sun Java System Message Queue packages during your initial Oracle Solaris Cluster installation, perform this procedure to install the packages. To install the packages, use the installer program.
Note - You need to install the HA for Sun Java System Message Queue packages in the global cluster and not in the zone cluster.
Perform this procedure on each cluster node where you are installing the HA for Sun Java System Message Queue packages.
You can run the installer program with a command-line interface (CLI) or with a graphical user interface (GUI). The content and sequence of instructions in the CLI and the GUI are similar.
Note - Even if you plan to configure this data service to run in non-global zones, install the packages for this data service in the global zone. The packages are propagated to any existing non-global zones and to any non-global zones that are created after you install the packages.
Before You Begin
Ensure that you have the Oracle Solaris Cluster installation media.
If you intend to run the installer program with a GUI, ensure that your DISPLAY environment variable is set.
If the Volume Management daemon vold(1M) is running and configured to manage DVD-ROM devices, the daemon automatically mounts the DVD-ROM on the /cdrom directory.
# cd /cdrom/cdrom0/Solaris_sparc
# cd /cdrom/cdrom0/Solaris_x86
English language support is always installed.
Choose Configure Later to perform the configuration after the installation.
The installation wizard displays the status of the installation. When the installation is complete, the wizard displays an installation summary and the installation logs.
The Product Registration option is not available with the CLI. If you are running the installation wizard with the CLI, omit this step.
# eject cdrom
See Registering and Configuring the Oracle Solaris Cluster HA for Sun Java System Message Queue to register HA for Sun Java System Message Queue and to configure the cluster for the data service.