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SDP2 - 2.5.1 Customer Install Guide (Doc ID 2376402.1)

Last updated on MAY 02, 2019

Applies to:

StorageTek Service Delivery Platform (SDP2) - Version 2.5.0 to 2.5.0 [Release 2.0]
Linux x86-64


This guide provides a step by step process to install and configure a SDP2 server that is capable of doing everything expected of it


Use this reference for customer SDP2 installs (starting from the SDP2 rpm)... The Oracle ISO install is done differently - do not use this guide for Oracle ISO Installs

This guide is specific for SDP2 2.5.1, and only for fresh installs.

If you need to install a previous version of SDP2, please check SDP2 - 2.4/2.5 Customer Install Guide (Doc ID 2376402.1) (Doc ID 2537889.1)

If you are upgrading from previous versions of SDP2 to SDP2 2.5, Follow SDP2 - 2.5 Customer Upgrade Guide (Doc ID 2499678.1).

If you are re-installing SDP2, follow SDP2 - Customer Re-Install Guide (Doc ID 2384216.1)

This document references usage and troubleshooting resources, but makes no attempt to address these topics in the document itself


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In this Document
 Install Process
 0) Network Requirements
 1) Download All Required Software
 2) Install OS
 3) Configure networking on server
 4) Install MySQL
 5) Install Oracle JRE:
 6) Install SDP2 rpm
 7) Configure correct jreConfig path
 8) Set server profile (if needed)
 9) Configure proxy (if needed)
 10) Final tweaks
 11) Verify that snmp is enabled on library
 12) Configure drives for SDP2
 13) Verify that server is working as expected
 14) Probe libraries, vsm, and vle - Add devices to server:
 15) Configure Shared Shell (if customer allows it)
 16) Register server on Oracle back end and send device activations
 17) Authorize device activations in MOS
 18) TEST!!!
 19) Troubleshooting Resources

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