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How To Install and Configure Active Active OracleAS Cluster(Identity Management) Node1 (IM1) in a High Availability Setup (Doc ID 359715.1)

Last updated on APRIL 30, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Middleware High Availability - Version 10.1.2.0.0 to 10.1.4.0.1 [Release AS10gR2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 07-May-2010***
Checked for relevance 10-Jan-2014


Goal

The purpose of this document is to set up Identity Management as Node 1 in a Cluster environment using OracleAS 10g (10.1.2.x.x or 10.1.4.0.1) on any unix/linux operating system.

Please see the master Note for this configuration steps:

<Note 359691.1>:  Master Note: How To Setup and Configure Cluster Identity Management  in High Availability Environment.

Assumption

1.   <Note 359695.1>: How To Install and Configure Metadata Repository for Cluster Identity Management in High Availability Environment has been followed.

2.   You have installed all the Operating System (OS) required packages and patches.

3.   Your system is meeting all the installation requirements.

4.    You have configured the load balancer correctly and successfully.   In our example we have configured our load balancer with the following :

        HTTP Port:                         8000
        LDAP NON SSL Port:       3000
        LDAP SSL Port:                 3100
        Load Balancer HostName:  oaly-linux.us.oracle.com

Please Click on this Link for examples of Load Balancer Configuration

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
 Assumption
Solution
 Step-by-Step Instruction
 1.    Installation Requirement and Things you should know
 2.    Run Installer
 4.    Select a Product to Install
 5.    Select Installation Type
 6.    Confirm Pre-Installation Requirements
 7.    Select Configuration Options
 8.    Specify Port Configuration Options
 9.    Specify Port Configuration Options
 10.    Specify Repository
 11.    Specify New OracleAS Cluster Name
 12.    Specify Namespace in Internet Directory
 13.    Specify Namespace in Internet Directory
 
 14.    Specify HTTP LB Host and Listen Ports
 15.    Specify Instance Name and ias_admin Password
 
 16.    Summary
 17.    Run root.sh
 18.    Configuration Assistants
 19.    End of Installation
 
 20.    Launch EM & Verify IMCluster
 
 21.    Launch SSO WebSite Using LB And Verify You are able to Log in
 
 22.    Launch OIDDAS WebSite Using LB And Verify You are able to Log in
 23.    Verify how OID configset is set up using the LB
 24.    Now You are Ready to Install IM2 as Node 2 in the IM Cluster
References

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