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|Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition Installation Guide 11 g Release 1 (188.8.131.52.0)|
To prepare your system for the Directory Server Enterprise Edition installation, you must install the shared components mentioned in this section. You must install the shared components in the sequence specified in the tables below:
Based on your operating system and system architecture, see an appropriate table. For example, if you are working on a Solaris 10 SPARC system, see Table 4-1. Each component has one or more related packages. Each package has the minimum version required to be installed on your system. If the required package is not installed on your system, install the package or if the minimum required version of the package is not installed, install the corresponding patch that is mentioned in the PatchId column.
For the complete list of packages, refer to List of Packages Required Before Installing Directory Server Enterprise Edition.
# pkgparam -v pkgname VERSION PATCHLIST
If pkgname is not installed, refer to Location of Packages and Patches Required to Install Directory Server Enterprise Edition to locate the directory to find the package pkglocation.
Type the following command to install packages:
# pkgadd -d pkglocation pkgname
If one of the packages has no value for PATCHLIST or a revision lower than the required version number, install the required patch. Refer to Location of Packages and Patches Required to Install Directory Server Enterprise Edition to locate the directory to find the patch patchlocation.
Type the following command to install patches:
# cd patchlocation # patchadd PATCHID
/usr/sbin/cacaoadm get-param -v java-home
/usr/sbin/cacaoadm set-param java-home=<JAVA_1.6.0>
If you encounter problems with an existing Java ES installation after you have upgraded the shared components, refer to the README file of the NSS/NSPR patch. The compatibility issue described in this file might be the reason for the problem.
Note - To use AES_256 with Java-based applications and utilities, you must download the JCE Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html and install them.
Depending on your operating system architecture, you must install the following packages before you install Directory Server Enterprise Edition.
Note - Earlier versions of Directory Server Enterprise Edition install the Network Security Services/Netscape Portable Runtime (NSS/NSPR) component either as part of the Java Enterprise System distribution, or as a Directory Server Enterprise Edition standalone delivery. Based on this difference, there are two ways to patch the installed NSS/NSPR component.
Check the version of the SUNWpr, SUNWtls, and SUNWtlsu packages installed on your system and choose the appropriate patch.
The SUNWj6rtx patch is required only if you want to run the JRE in 64–bit mode.
The following tables list all the shared components on which Directory Server Enterprise Edition relies. These tables do not intend to list all the packages that are updated by a patch, only those packages that impact Directory Server Enterprise Edition.
Table 4-1 Solaris 10 SPARC System
Table 4-2 Solaris 9 SPARC System
Table 4-3 Solaris 10 x86 or Solaris 10 x64 System
Table 4-4 Solaris 9 x86 System
Based on the operating system and system architecture, the following lists describe the location of the packages or patches in the DSEE_PKG_Distribution directory. These packages and patches are required to install all the shared components and Directory Server Enterprise Edition binaries on your system.
Install the following packages and patches on your system:
Solaris SPARC System
SUNWdsee7 SUNWdsee7-var SUNWdsee7-man SUNWjdmk-runtime SUNWjdmk-runtime-jmx SUNWcacaort SUNWmfwk-rt SUNWldapcsdk-libs SUNWldapcsdk-tools SUNWldapcsdk-dev SUNWj6rt SUNWj6rtx SUNWljdk SunOS5.9: SUNWdsee7-config SUNWtls SUNWtlsu SUNWtlsd SUNWpr SUNWprd SUNWsasl SUNWsaslx SunOS5.10: SUNWsasl patches: 119044-03 119725-06 123893-25 125136-23 125137-23 125358-13 125444-13 136798-05 SunOS5.9 114677-15 115342-09 119211-25 SunOS5.10 119213-25 119345-08 119810-05
Solaris 10 x86 or Solaris 10 x64 System
SUNWdsee7 SUNWdsee7-var SUNWdsee7-man SUNWjdmk-runtime SUNWjdmk-runtime-jmx SUNWcacaort SUNWmfwk-rt SUNWldapcsdk-libs SUNWldapcsdk-tools SUNWldapcsdk-dev SUNWsasl SUNWj6rt SUNWj6rtx SUNWljdk patches: 119044-03 123896-25 136800-05 125138-23 125139-23 125359-13 119214-25 119346-08 119811-05 125446-13 119725-06
Solaris 9 x86 System
SUNWdsee7 SUNWdsee7-var SUNWdsee7-man SUNWjdmk-runtime SUNWjdmk-runtime-jmx SUNWcacaort SUNWmfwk-rt SUNWldapcsdk-libs SUNWldapcsdk-tools SUNWldapcsdk-dev SUNWdsee7-config SUNWtls SUNWtlsd SUNWtlsu SUNWpr SUNWprd SUNWsasl SUNWj6rt SUNWljdk patches 119044-03 123896-25 136799-05 125138-23 119212-25 125359-13 115343-09 114678-15 125445-13 119725-06
All the packages that are not listed in this section should be retrieved from the Solaris OS distribution or from MyOracle Support..