Deploying Your Oracle Database Appliance X6-2S/X6-2M/X6-2L
This document is the alternate text description for Oracle Database Appliance Deploying Your Oracle Database Appliance X6-2S, X6-2M , and X6-2L.
This alternate text topic provides text that describes page one of the Oracle Database Appliance X6-2S/X6-2M/X6-2L poster, or booklet.
Step 1 Register with My Oracle Support
Step 1 is on page one of the booklet.
Verify that your shipment contains the correct power cables for your location.
Obtain your hardware Support Identifier (SI).
Add the hardware SI and new software licenses that you received with Oracle Database Appliance to your My Oracle Support profile. Each SI registration may take up to 24 hours.
Note:You must have registered hardware and software SIs to obtain software or support from Oracle.
Step 2 Plan the Network Configuration
Step 2 is on page one of the booklet.
Collect the following network information from your network administrator:
Generic network information
Domain name (for example, example.com)
(Optional) DNS server addresses
(Optional) Network Time Protocol server addresses
Select the network interface you want to use for your public network
Oracle Database Appliance provides 10GBase-T and 10GbE SFP+ options
Public network details needed to connect to the system
Host name and IP address (for example, hrsys0 and 192.0.2.18)
Netmask for public network (for example, 255.255.252.0)
Gateway for public network (for example, 192.0.2.1)
(Optional) Ability to configure additional networks
Step 3 (Optional) Plan for Oracle ILOM Configuration
Step 3 is on page two of the booklet.
Configure Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (Oracle ILOM) for managing Oracle Database Appliance independently of the operating system. Collect the following ILOM details from your network administrator:
Oracle ILOM Hostname and IP address (for example, hrsysilom1 and 10.0.0.3)
Netmask for ILOM network (for example, 255.255.255.0)
Gateway for ILOM network (for example, 10.0.0.1)
Step 4 Plan the Software and Database Configuration Properties
Step 4 is on page two of the booklet.
Identify the following configuration properties:
Host Name (for example, hrsys)
Region (for example, America)
Time Zone (for example, America/Los_Angeles)
Database Edition (SE or EE)
(Note: SE only applies to Oracle Database Appliance X6-2S/X6-2M)
(Optional) Disk Group Redundancy: High (triple-mirrored) or Normal (double-mirrored)
Backup Location Type (for example, External)
Percentage of storage reserved for data
Database Name (for example, hrdb)
Database Version (for example, 22.214.171.124.2)
Database Shape (for example, odb1)
Database Language (for example, English)
Database Character Set (for example, AL32UTF8)
Database Territory (for example, America)
Database National Character Set (for example: AL16UTF16)
Container Database (yes or no)
(Optional) PDB name
Storage Type (ACFS or ASM)
Step 5 (Optional) Plan for Oracle Auto Service Request
Step 5 is on page three of the booklet.
You can configure Oracle Auto Service Request (Oracle ASR) in Oracle Database Appliance or you can configure an external ASR Manager. For more information about ASR, see: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/systems/asr/overview/index.html
To configure Oracle Auto Service Request (Oracle ASR), provide the following:
My Oracle Support account user name
My Oracle Support account password
(Optional) Proxy server name to use for your deployment
(Optional) Proxy server port
(Optional) Proxy user name
(Optional) Proxy password
If you configure an external ASR Manager, you will also need the following:
ASR Manager IP, host name
ASR Manager port
Step 6 Download the Software
Step 6 is on page three of the booklet.
Follow the instructions in My Oracle Support Note 888888.1:http://support.oracle.com/epmos/faces/DocumentDisplay?_afrLoop=588139847441904&id=888888.1
Download the Oracle Database Appliance Single Instance software bundle (SIB) file(s) to a local computer on the network
Step 7 Review Oracle Database Appliance Information
Step 7 is on page four of the booklet.
Review the most recent version of this poster in the Oracle Database Appliance online documentation libraryhttp://docs.oracle.com/en/engineered-systems/#oracle-database-appliance
Review the Oracle Database Appliance white papers on the Oracle Technology Network: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/engineered-systems/database-appliance/index.html
Review the Oracle Database Appliance Information Center, which is contained in My Oracle Support Note 1417713.2:
Review the latest information about Oracle software and hardware products: http://www.oracle.com/
This alternate text topic provides text that describes the deployment section of the of the Oracle Database Appliance X6-2S/X6-2M/X6-2L poster, or booklet.
Step 1: Rack, Cable, and Connect the Network and Power
Step 1 is on page 4 of the booklet.
Ensure that the system hardware is set up and mounted properly. See the Oracle Database Appliance Owner’s Guide for more information.
ImportantFollow the instructions on Page 7 to cable Oracle Database Appliance
The bullet points in the booklet are listed as numbered procedure steps in this alternate text description, for clarity. The connection procedure consists of the following steps.
Connect power to the power supply unit (PSU)
(Optional) Plug in the network cable for the ILOM network management
Connect the keyboard and mouse to USB ports and video display to VGA port
Page 7 of the poster shows graphic illustrations of the appliances, and the ports where cables are connected. Page 8 has a table of the callout numbers and a description for each callout. In this alternate text description, the ports associated with the callouts and descriptions are listed here.
Ports listed and described by callout numbers:
ILOM net management interface port, which is labeled ILOM NET MGT on the hardware. This is a service processor 10/100/1000 Base-T network interface.
(Optional) ILOM Server management interface port, which is labeled ILOM SER MGT on the hardware. This is a service Processor RJ-45 serial port.
10 gigabit Ethernet network interface port, which is labeled 10 GbE in the callout diagrams. This is a port with an RJ-45 connector (
10 gigabit Ethernet network interface port, which is labeled 10 GbE in the callout diagram. This is a port with an RJ-45 connector (
btbond2). This port is not available on Oracle Database Appliance X6-2S.
(Optional) 10 gigabit Ethernet dual-rate small form-factor pluggable port, which is labeled 10 GbE dual-rate SFP+ ports in the callout diagram (
Step 2: Start Up the System
Step 2 is on page 4 of the booklet. In this step, the booklet lists start up system steps using alphabetic labels (A, B). This alternate description uses numerals. Step A is 1, and step B is 2.
After the green LED light labeled SP OK LED on the hardware is steady on, you start up the system by pushing the power button. The SP OK LED is marked with the callout label number 1 in the graphic illustration in Step 2 in the booklet. The power button is marked with the callout label number 2 in the graphic illustration in Step 2 in the booklet.
Wait for the green LED light that is labeled Power OK to turn steady on, which indicates that the system has completed its startup procedure and is ready for deployment. The Power OK LED can blink for several minutes before it remains steady on. Do not repeatedly push the power button. The Power OK LED is marked with the callout label number 3 in the graphic illustration in Step 2 in the booklet.
Step 3: Plumb the Network
Step 3 is on page 5 of the booklet. The ordered bullet points in the booklet are listed as numbered procedure steps in this alternate text description, for clarity.
Log in to the system as root with the password
Select your network to configure, and configure it using the command
Oracle Database Appliance X6-2S has two highly available networks. Oracle Database Appliance X6-2M/X6-2L have three available networks.
Use either the 10gBase-T network interface, or the 10GbE SFP+ network interface. The following text is an example of the screen output that you see when you enter the command:
# configure-firstnet Select the Interface to configure the network on (btbond1 sfpbond1) [btbond1]:btbond1 Configure DHCP on btbond1 (yes/no) [no]:no INFO: You have chosen Static configuration Enter the IP address to configure : 10.1.10.2 Enter the Netmask address to configure : 255.255.255.0 Enter the Gateway address to configure[10.1.10.1] : INFO: Plumbing the IPs now INFO: Restarting the network Shutting down interface btbond1:
Step 4: Download the Oracle Database Appliance Software
Step 4 is on page 5 of the booklet. Copy the Oracle Database Appliance Single Instance software bundle (SIB) that you downloaded previously to Oracle Database Appliance.
Follow the instructions in My Oracle Support Note 888888.1:http://support.oracle.com/epmos/faces/DocumentDisplay?_afrLoop=588139847441904&id=888888.1
Download the latest software (Oracle Database Appliance Single Instance Bundle) file(s) to a local computer on the network.
Download the latest Oracle Database Appliance patch bundle, which you must apply before or after deployment, and review the README files.
Step 5: Update the Oracle Database Appliance Image
Step 5 is on page 6 of the booklet. Run the command
odacli update-repository -f as the root user to update Oracle Database Appliance. Provide a path to the single instance bundle files that you copied to the server in step 4. If you copied more than one file to the server, then provide the filenames using a comma-delimited list, without a space between commas. Provide the full path and filename for each file in the list.
In the following command example, the bundle files are placed in the
/tmp directory, and there are three files in the list specified by the
#odacli update-repository -f /tmp/oda-sm-126.96.36.199.0-160518-GI-188.8.131.52.zip,/tmp/oda-sm-184.108.40.206.0-160518-DB-220.127.116.11.zip,/tmp/oda-sm-18.104.22.168.0-160518-DB-22.214.171.124.zip
Step 6: Deploy Oracle Database Appliance
Step 6 is on page 6 of the booklet. In the booklet, the steps are shown using alphabetic listing (A, B, C, and so on, instead of 1, 2, 3). This alternate text description uses numbers for clarity.
Perform the following steps to deploy Oracle Database Appliance:
Type the following URL in your browser, where
ip-address is the IP address that you set up in step 3:
For example, using the address 10.1.10.2 shown in step 3, enter the following command:
Use the following user name and password to log in to the appliance: User name:
On the Appliance page, click Deploy Appliance.
Enter your configuration information for the appliance.
Review your configuration.
Click Submit to start the deployment.
Step 7: Monitor Deployment Progress
Step 7 is on page 6 of the booklet. You can monitor the progress of the deployment by referring to the activities tab section in the user interface.
Step 7 completes the sequence of steps to deploy Oracle Database Appliance. Page 7 of the booklet shows graphic images of the appliance hardware, and callouts labeling ports on the hardware. These ports are described in step 1. Page 8 of the booklet is intentionally left blank.
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