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Supplement: How to Set Up a 10gR3 Proxy Instance with a Two Node Cluster for Content Server on UNIX or LINUX (Doc ID 1115584.1)

Last updated on APRIL 27, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version 10.0 and later
Generic UNIX
Linux x86
HP 9000 HP-UX 11.0 (32 bit)
Linux on IBM Z
Generic Linux
HP-UX PA-RISC (64-bit)
IBM AIX on POWER Systems (64-bit)
HP-UX PA-RISC (32-bit)
Oracle Solaris on x86 (32-bit)
Red Hat Advanced Server
Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Server x86-64 (AMD Opteron Architecture)
Oracle Solaris on x86-64 (64-bit)
SUSE \ UnitedLinux x86-64
Linux x86-64
IBM AIX on POWER Systems (32-bit)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation
Oracle Solaris on SPARC (32-bit)


How do you setup a Proxy instance with a two node cluster using Content Server that will be installed on a UNIX or LINUX operating system?


This article provides a supplemental step by step example of how to set up a Proxy with a cluster configuration. This article must be used along with <Note 445378.1> "How to Set Up a Two Node Cluster for Content Server on UNIX or LINUX". This note contains only those steps that are different or above and beyond those covered in Note 445378.1.

This example configuration, uses a shared file system, the Apache web server (also applies to Oracle HTTP Server and IBM HTTP Server), and a Linux operating system.


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In this Document
 A: Install Content Server Proxy to the shared file system from one of the existing Primary member cluster nodes referencing the product documentation for requirements.
 B.1: Patch your Primary instance before your Proxy via Step B of <Note 445378.1>...
 "How to Set Up a Two Node Cluster for Content Server on UNIX or LINUX".
B.2: Patch Content Server Proxy, in exact order, using the following patches and their included instructions from My Oracle Support.
 C: Verify that your installation is viable by starting Content Server Proxy from the shared file system.
 D.1: Create your Primary cluster node on SERVER 1 before your Proxy on SERVER 1 via Step D of <Note 445378.1>.
D.2: Create the SERVER 1 Proxy Cluster Node.
 E.1: Create your Primary cluster node on SERVER 2 before your Proxy on SERVER 2 via Step E of <Note 445378.1>.

 E.2: Create the SERVER 2 Proxy Cluster Node.
 F: Setup the Primary's Admin server for servicing both Primary and Proxy cluster node instances via Step F of <Note 445378.1>.

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