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Issues Encountered during CCC 6.0.0 Installation Using Package p25344905_60000_LINUX.zip (Doc ID 2240204.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Convergent Charging Controller - Version 6.0.0 to 6.0.0 [Release 6.0]
Linux x86-64

Purpose

With the internal release of a new installation package (p25344905_60000_LINUX.zip) for Oracle Communication Convergent Charging Controller (OC3C) version 6.0.0 on Linux platform, due to the fact that this package will probably replace the existing one from edelivery, some issues have been encountered which will be documented here, in this article, along with their workarounds. 

Scope

This article serves to explain issues encountered with the 6.0.0 OUI installation.  It assumes the installer has already used and followed the OC3C Installation Guide.

How to install OC3C will not be covered in this article.

 

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 A few issues have been seen regarding the /IN/bin/OUI_systemctl.sh script on Service Management System(SMS):
 smf_key_distribute.sh and seed_disperse.sh are missing from the installation package (p25344905_60000_LINUX.zip)
 java.lang.NullPointerException in OUI installer log
 Wrong owner of /IN/service_packages/SLEE on VWS node (including all files and subdirectories)
 Wrong node ID in ccsBeAvdStartup.sh on the Secondary VWS(Voucher and Wallet System)
 Wrong node ID in smsStatsDaemonRepStartup.sh on SMS(Service Management System)
 Missing folder /etc/httpd/modsecurity.d/activated_rules/ on the SMS node
 Systemd errors caused by access rights to service config files
  dapIf not starting on VWS without DAP section in eserv.config
 Issue with /IN/bin/sudo in /IN/bin/ scripts
 Un-needed entries in initSMF.ora
 cmnInstallLibScp.sh delivered with OC3C fails to add acs.conf changes:
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