For information about OUD administration, see Oracle® Fusion Middleware Installing Oracle Unified Directory. For more information about OUD setup, see Setting Up the Directory Server.
$ su - admin $ /export/home/admin/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_OUD1/oud-setup -i OUD Instance location successfully created - /export/home/admin/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_OUD1/../asinst_1" Oracle Unified Directory 126.96.36.199.0 Please wait while the setup program initializes... What would you like to use as the initial root user DN for the Directory Server? [cn=Directory Manager]: Please provide the password to use for the initial root user: Please re-enter the password for confirmation: On which port would you like the Directory Server to accept connections from LDAP clients? : On which port would you like the Administration Connector to accept connections? : Do you want to create base DNs in the server? (yes / no) [yes]: Provide the base DN for the directory data: [dc=example,dc=com]: Options for populating the database: 1) Only create the base entry 2) Leave the database empty 3) Import data from an LDIF file 4) Load automatically-generated sample data Enter choice : Do you want to enable SSL? (yes / no) [no]: yes On which port would you like the Directory Server to accept connections from LDAPS clients? : Do you want to enable Start TLS? (yes / no) [no]: yes Certificate server options: 1) Generate self-signed certificate (recommended for testing purposes only) 2) Use an existing certificate located on a Java Key Store (JKS) 3) Use an existing certificate located on a JCEKS key store 4) Use an existing certificate located on a PKCS#12 key store 5) Use an existing certificate on a PKCS#11 token Enter choice : Provide the fully-qualified host name or IP address that will be used to generate the self-signed certificate [abc.example.com]: Specify the Oracle components with which the server integrates. It is recommended to choose the option covering only your requirements. 1) No Integration 2) DIP (Directory Integration Platform) 3) Generic: Database Net Services, EBS and DIP 4) EUS (Enterprise User Security), Database Net Services, EBS and DIP c) cancel Enter choice : How do you want the OUD server to be tuned? 1) Use specific Java Virtual Machine arguments 2) Use the default Java Virtual Machine settings 3) Provide the Java heap size to be used by the server 4) Provide the percentage of system memory to be used by the server 5) Provide the size of system memory to be used by the server Enter choice : How do you want the off-line tools (import-ldif, export-ldif, verify-index and rebuild-index) to be tuned? 1) Use specific Java Virtual Machine arguments 2) Use the default Java Virtual Machine settings 3) Automatic Tuning 4) Provide the Java heap size to be used by the off-line tools Enter choice : 1 Do you want to start the server when the configuration is completed? (yes / no) [yes]: Setup Summary ============= LDAP Listener Port: 1389 Administration Connector Port: 4444 LDAP Secure Access: Enable StartTLS Enable SSL on LDAP Port 1636 Create a new Self-Signed Certificate Root User DN: cn=Directory Manager Directory Data: Create New Base DN dc=example,dc=com Base DN Data: Only Create Base Entry (dc=example,dc=com) Integration with Oracle components: No Integration Server Runtime Settings: Use the default Java Virtual Machine settings Off-line Tools Runtime Settings: Use the default Java Virtual Machine settings Start Server when the configuration is completed What would you like to do? 1) Set up the server with the parameters above 2) Provide the setup parameters again 3) Print equivalent non-interactive command-line 4) Cancel and exit Enter choice : See /export/home/admin/Oracle/Middleware/asinst_1/OUD/logs/oud-setup for a detailed log of this operation. Configuring Directory Server ..... Done. Configuring Certificates ..... Done. Creating Base Entry dc=example,dc=com ..... Done. Starting Directory Server ............. Done. To see basic server configuration status and configuration you can launch /export/home/admin/Oracle/Middleware/asinst_1/OUD/bin/status ~$