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ISS 1u4 Deployment Questions and Clarifications - FAQ (Doc ID 1581337.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 19, 2024

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Oracle Communications Indexing and Search Service
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Oracle Communications Indexing and Search Service (ISS) 1u4 Deployment Questions and Clarifications.

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 Q1:  Is it possible to deploy java message queue from a zip distribution?  Current process is all owned by root and we have a requirement to run this as non root install.  Please share steps or docs to do it.
 Q2:  How do we relocate the JMQ logs?  It defaults to /var/imq/instances/imqbroker/log/log.txt.  Is it possible to configure to send it to syslog?  If Yes, please let me know How to.
 Q3:  How do I enable JMQ under SMF?
 Q4:  JISS the index partition - Is it possible to have multiple partitions for the indexes or do we need one big partition?  We want to keep each index partition to 2TB max and one index server could have up to 10TB 5 volumes of 2TB.  How do I specify them for multiple volumes?
 Q5:  How do we enable auto bootstrap as we move users to different hosts?  It looks like we currently need to run the bootstrap process every time we add a new user to the system.
 Q6:  Is there a way to control the size of attachments for indexing?
 Q7:  How do we disable indexing features for certain accounts?
 Q8:  How do we enable logging to syslog for Application Server?
 Q9:  How do we enable logging to syslog for Indexing and Search Service Server?
 Q10: How does the thread count works in bootstrap?  Say if I need to bootstrap 5000 users, what do I need to set on the thread counts?  Is it based on user or per folder to be indexed?  What other considerations do I need to take care off?  Will this add huge additional load on backend?

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