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Oracle® Fusion Applications Customer Relationship Management Enterprise Deployment Guide
11g Release 5 (11.1.5)

Part Number E16684-13
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7 Setting Up Node Manager for an Enterprise Deployment

This chapter describes how to configure Node Manager in accordance with enterprise deployment recommendations.

This chapter includes the following topics:

7.1 Setting Up Node Manager for CRMHOST2

Do the following:

  1. Run the following command:

    CRMHOST2> cd ORACLE_BASE/config/nodemanager
  2. In the nodemanager directory, copy the content of the node-specific directory to CRMHOST2. In this case, CRMHOST1 is the node-specific directory.

  3. Change directory to CRMHOST2. You should see the following files:   nodemanager.log


    Manually delete any lock files that may be present. For example, nodemanager.log.lck.

  4. In the file, edit all the domain paths that are local to CRMHOST2. For example, CRMDomain=/u02/local/oracle/config/domains/CRMHOST2/CRMDomain.


    Because BIDomain is a bit different, an example path would be BIDomain=/u02/local/oracle/config/domains/CRMHOST1/BIDomain.

  5. In the file, change NM_HOME to ORACLE_BASE/config/nodemanager/CRMHOST2.

  6. In the file:

    • Add or modify the following lines:



      keypassword is the password given in the ORACLE_BASE/repository/provisioning/provisioning-plan/ file

    • Ensure that the path to the local machine /u02/local/oracle/nodemanager/ exists, and that the LogFile value is pointing to /u02/local/oracle/nodemanager/CRMHOST2.log.

    • Ensure that the path for DomainsFile and NodeManagerHome are correct for CRMHOST2.

7.2 Creating the Identity Keystore on CRMHOST2

Provisioning has created the identity keystore CRMHOST1_fusion_identity.jks for CRMHOST1. Subsequently, the identity keystore CRMHOST2_fusion_identity.jks must be created for CRMHOST2.

Do the following to create the keystore:

  1. Change directory to ORACLE_BASE/config/keystores.

    Ensure the CRMHOST1_fusion_identity.jks and fusion_trust.jks files are present.

  2. Back up fusion_trust.jks to

  3. Run the following command to set the CLASSPATH:

    CRMHOST2> source ORACLE_BASE/products/fusionapps/wlserver_10.3/server/

    Ensure that the CLASSPATH has been set:

    CRMHOST2> which keytool

    The output should point to the ORACLE_BASE/products/fusionapps/jdk6/jre/bin/keytool.

  4. Run the following command to create the keypair for CRMHOST2_fusion_identity.jks:

    CRMHOST2> keytool -genkeypair -keyalg RSA -alias CRMHOST2_fusion -keypass 
    keypassword -keystore CRMHOST2_fusion_identity.jks -storepass keystorepassword 
    -validity 180 -dname 'CN=CRMHOST2, OU=defaultOrganizationUnit, O=defaultOrganization, C=US' 


    • keystorepassword is the password given in the ORACLE_BASE/repository/provisioning/provisioning-plan/ file

    • keypassword is the password given in the ORACLE_BASE/repository/provisioning/provisioning-plan/ file


    • It is recommended to keep the commands in a file and then execute it.

    • Since the passwords in the response file are encrypted, take note of or save the passwords when you are creating the response file.

  5. Run the following command to export the certs:

    CRMHOST2> keytool -exportcert -alias CRMHOST2_fusion 
    -keystore CRMHOST2_fusion_identity.jks  
    -storepass keystorepassword -rfc -file /tmp/appIdentityKeyStore.jks


    If the alias CRMHOST2_fusion exists, run this command to delete it:

    keytool -delete -alias CRMHOST2_fusion -keystore fusion_trust.jks 
    -storepass keystorepassword

    The following command will display the certificates in the trust keystore:

    keytool -list -keystore fusion_trust.jks -storepass 
  6. Run the following command to import the certs:

    CRMHOST2> keytool -importcert -noprompt -alias CRMHOST2_fusion -file
    /tmp/appIdentityKeyStore.jks -keystore fusion_trust.jks -storepass 
  7. Verify that the file CRMHOST2_fusion_identity.jks has been created in the directory ORACLE_BASE/config/keystores directory.

  8. Start Node Manager on CRMHOST2 by running the following command:

    ORACLE_BASE/config/nodemanager/CRMHOST2/ &