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Oracle® SuperCluster M8 and SuperCluster M7 Administration Guide

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Updated: June 2020

Register ASR Manager

Before You Begin

When registering ASR Manager, type your MOS single sign on information and any proxy servers, if needed.

  1. As root on the ASR Manager system, type:

    # asr register

  2. Type "1" or "alternate URL for Managed OPS use only":

    1) transport.oracle.com

  3. If you are using a proxy server to access the Internet, type the proxy server information.

    For example:

    Proxy server name: ? <proxy server name>
    Proxy port number: ? <proxy port number>
    Proxy authentication; if authentication is not required, enter -.
    Proxy user: <proxy user name>
    Proxy password: <proxy password>
    If this is an NTLM type proxy, enter the information below.
    Otherwise, enter -
    NTLM Domain: [?] <NTLM domain name>
    Enter the host the NTLM authentication request is originating
    from. Usually this is the hostname of the SASM server.
    NTLM Host: [?] <NTLM host name>
    NTLM support is not bundled with SASM but may be added now.
    1) Download jCIFS from http://jcifs.samba.org/
    2) Extract contents and locate the jcifs-*.jar file
    3) Enter full path to this file below
    jCIFS jar file: [?] <full path of jCIFS jar file>
    Note: These properties are stored in the
    /var/opt/SUNWsasm/configuration/config.ini file. You can update
    these properties if needed and then restart SASM.
  4. When prompted, type your My Oracle Support (MOS) user name and password. ASR validates the login. Once validated, the registration is complete. Note: Passwords are not stored.

    Your MOS e-mail address receives output from notification of ASR problems and Service Request (SR) generation.