The following sections describe how to configure Oracle Tuxedo ATMI on a Windows Server 2008 R2 system:
In addition to the Oracle Tuxedo Administration Console, the Oracle Tuxedo 7.1 or later software for Windows provides an Oracle Administration program and two Windows services (Tlisten and Oracle procMGR) for configuring the Oracle Tuxedo system on a Windows Server 2008 R2 system. Only if the installation included Oracle Tuxedo server components will these additional administration tools be installed on the Windows Server 2008 R2 system.
|Note:||The Oracle Tuxedo Administration Console offers extensive online help: instructions for all the administrative tasks that can be performed through the console, plus reference information for all configuration tool folders. For information about how to use the Oracle Tuxedo Administration Console, see Oracle Tuxedo Administration Console Online Help.|
With Oracle Tuxedo release 7.1 or later software installed on your Windows Server 2008 R2 system, perform the following steps to access the Oracle Administration program:
You can use the Oracle Administration window to perform the following tasks:
The Machines page of the Oracle Administration window enables you, as the Oracle Tuxedo system administrator, to access any machine (where you have login privileges) on the Microsoft Windows Network running Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2. You can then set environment variables remotely; determine the location of Oracle Tuxedo event logging; add, remove, stop, or start
tlisten services; and tune IPC resources.
To access a remote machine, locate and click the machine’s icon on the network tree. If you know the name of a remote machine, but do not know its work group, perform the following steps to select it:
At this point, all subsequent actions performed on other pages (Environment, Logging, Listener, and IPC Resources) in the Oracle Administration window will take place on the selected machine (
intrepid in this example).
The Environment page enables you to view, set, or modify Oracle Tuxedo environment variables on your Windows Server 2008 R2 system.
To add, modify, or delete environment variables using the Environment page, follow these steps.
The Logging page enables you to direct Oracle Tuxedo system messages to the Event Log on your Windows Server 2008 R2 system, to the traditional user log (
ULOG) disk file, or both.
You may select the Event Log option, the traditional user log (
ULOG) Disk File option, or both. No setup is required for the Event Log.
If you want to set up the traditional user log (
ULOG) messages, perform the following steps to select a storage directory:
ULOGmessages to be stored.
ULOG, and the default file name is
mmddyyis the month, day and year that the log file was created.
To view Windows Server 2008 R2 Event Log entries, follow these steps:
This window provides the following information:
ULOG is a text file. You can use any text editor to open a
ULOG and view its contents.
The Listener page enables you to view, create, or modify Tlisten services on your Windows Server 2008 R2 system.
During the Oracle Tuxedo installation, the installer program installed a Tlisten service on your Windows Server 2008 R2 system. Each time you boot your system, the Tlisten service starts a
tlisten process on port 3050 of your machine. The password associated with the
tlisten process is the one you entered during the installation.
tlisten process must be started on each machine of a networked Oracle Tuxedo application before the Oracle Tuxedo system and application servers can boot. You use the
tlisten process to perform administrative actions across multiple machines. To learn more about
tlisten processes, see tlisten in Oracle Tuxedo Command Reference.
To add, remove, stop, or start Tlisten services using the Listener page, follow these steps.
tlistenprocess for each Oracle Tuxedo application running on your machine.)
Besides viewing and controlling Tlisten services using the Listener page, you can click Start Programs Administrative Tools Services to launch the Services window and then view and control Tlisten services via the Services window.
The IPC Resources page enables you to configure the interprocess communication (IPC) resources on your Windows Server 2008 R2 system to maximize Oracle Tuxedo performance.
During the Oracle Tuxedo installation, the installer program installed an Oracle ProcMGR service on your Windows Server 2008 R2 system. Each time you boot your system, the Oracle ProcMGR service configures the IPC resources on your machine to whatever values you set on the IPC Resources page. The values shown in the preceding display are the default IPC values set by the installer program.
On most machines, Oracle ProcMGR runs as installed; however, you can use the IPC Resources page to tune the IPC resources and maximize performance. To determine the minimum IPC Resource values required for an Oracle Tuxedo application, see the following table andin Installing the Oracle Tuxedo System. The following table maps the names of the IPC Resources on a Windows Server 2008 R2 system to the traditional names on a UNIX system.
To modify IPC Resource values using the IPC Resources page, follow these steps:
When interpreting the
Maximum Number of Processes Using IPC parameter on the IPC Resources page, keep the following information in mind:
MAXDISPATCHTHREADSin the target application’s configuration (
UBBCONFIG) file, where 1 represents the main dispatcher thread.
You can view the performance of a running Oracle Tuxedo application on the Windows Server 2008 R2 Performance Monitor. Choose Start Programs Administration Tools Performance Monitor to launch the Performance Monitor window.
The Windows Server 2008 R2 Registry is the repository for all hardware, software, and application configuration settings for the Windows Server 2008 R2 system. During the Oracle Tuxedo installation, the installer program writes general installation information as well as IPC Resource values to the Registry. The structure of the Registry relevant to Oracle Tuxedo is as follows.
To view this structure, choose Start Run to launch the Run dialog box, enter
regEdt32, and click OK to launch the Registry Editor window.
The Developer key stores product information, including the major and minor version numbers of the release, and user and company names.
The Environment key stores the locations referenced by the Oracle Tuxedo environment variables set on your Windows Server 2008 R2 system. It also stores other values such as IPC resource settings.
The Security key holds the access permissions for Oracle Tuxedo processes and services. The following permissions are mandatory:
Oracle recommends that the
Administrator have full control permissions.