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Important Information to Consider When Starting Elements of an OCNCC System (Doc ID 1273048.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version 4.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

The aim of this document is to provide System Administrators important information to be considered when starting up an Oracle Communication Network and Charging Control (OCNCC, or NCC for short) system.

  1. It provides information to start each type of NCC server up, assuming the other servers are already running.
     
  2. It also provides information on how to completely start the NCC network up, highlighting interactions between the servers
A few important remarks:

Scope

This document can be used by any Oracle engineers and NCC System Administrators. It does however require a good understanding of:

This procedure presented here will need to be adapted to the situation of a real NCC network.

  • Even if this document is structured as a procedure, it does not aim to provide a fully defined and static set of instructions to follow in each and every particular case.
  • It proposes a common methodology to starting up nodes and outlines potential issues or important-to-remember aspects.
  • It should serve as a reference or guidelines and learning tool to set up your own startup strategy, depending on specifics from your network.
  • This KM is relevant for a network with a single node SMS. Other principles not discussed here apply to a network that uses a clustered SMS.

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Introduction
 Global aspects
 Start the SMS first
 Start the primary VWS, then the secondary VWS
 Start the SLC: first to last
 Local aspects
 Starting the SMS server in a running network
 Starting the VWS in a running network
 Starting the SLC server in a running network
References

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