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Oracle VM 3.2 Manager Simple Installation

Oracle VM 3.2 Manager Simple Installation

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Download the Oracle VM Manager Installation Media Oracle VM Manager Prerequisites Oracle VM Manager Simple Installation (Oracle VM 3.2.x)
Oracle VM Manager Post Installation Checklist
 
Applicable for Oracle VM Release 3.2.x
The next example shows how to perform a Oracle VM Manager 3.2.x Simple installation using the runInstaller.sh script with no options. A Oracle VM Manager 3.2 Simple installation is an all-in-one installation with Oracle MySQL Enterprise Edition v5.5, WebLogic 11g, and the Oracle VM Manager applications. A Oracle VM Manager 3.2 Simple installation is fully supported for production environments.
 
Note: Restoring Oracle VM Manager includes using the UUID restore switch (-u, or --uuid) with the UUID of the Oracle VM Manager installation that will be restored. The Oracle VM Manager UUID is listed in the “.config ” file on the Oracle VM Manager host in the /u01/app/oracle/ovm-manager-3/ directory as well as in each server pool' .ovspoolfs file (OVS_REPO_MGR_UUID=UUID) located in the pool file system. The UUID restore switch is used with the runInstall.sh script, i.e. ./runInstaller.sh -u UUID.
 
During an Oracle VM Manager 3.2 Simple installation, the installation program asks for one password for all users created and used during the installation. The password cannot contain special characters and must be between 8 and 16 characters in length. Passwords must contain at least 1 lower case and 1 upper case letter. Passwords must contain at least 1 numeric value.
 
Tip: The alphanumeric character set consists of the numbers 0 to 9 and letters A to Z.
 
  • Download the Oracle VM Manager installation media (not source) from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud - Oracle Linux and Oracle VM portal.
  • Copy the Oracle VM Manager installation media to a directory on the Oracle VM Manager host.
  • Log in to the Oracle VM Manager host as root, and unzip the file.
  • Mount the ISO file by typing “mount -o loop <FILE NAME>.iso /mnt”
  • Change to the /mnt directory, i.e. “cd /mnt.
  • Verify that host name in the /etc/hosts file is associated with the server's public IP address.
  • Run the installer script as root, by typing “./runInstaller.sh”
Note: Remember, do no select passwords containing special character (!;:# etc.)
 
# ./runInstaller.sh
 
Oracle VM Manager Release 3.2.2 Installer
 
Oracle VM Manager Installer log file:
/tmp/ovm-manager-3-install-2013-02-04-205536.log
 
Please select an installation type:
   1: Simple (includes database if necessary)
   2: Custom (using existing Oracle database)
   3: Uninstall
   4: Help
 
   Select Number (1-4): 1
 
Starting production with local database installation ...
 
Verifying installation prerequisites ...
 
One password is used for all users created and used during the installation.
Enter a password for all logins used during the installation: 
Enter a password for all logins used during the installation (confirm): 
 
Verifying configuration ...
 
Start installing the configured components:
   1: Continue
   2: Abort
 
   Select Number (1-2): 1
 
Step 1 of 9 : Database Software...
Installing Database Software...
Retrieving MySQL Database 5.5 ...
Unzipping MySQL RPM File ...
Installing MySQL 5.5 RPM package ...
Configuring MySQL Database 5.5 ...
Installing MySQL backup RPM package ...
 
Step 2 of 9 : Java ...
Installing Java ...
 
Step 3 of 9 : Database schema ...
Creating database 'ovs' ...
Creating user 'ovs' for database 'ovs'...
 
Step 4 of 9 : WebLogic ...
Retrieving Oracle WebLogic Server 11g ...
Installing Oracle WebLogic Server 11g ...
 
Step 5 of 9 : ADF ...
Retrieving Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) ...
Unzipping Oracle ADF ...
Installing Oracle ADF ...
Installing Oracle ADF Patch...
 
Step 6 of 9 : Oracle VM  ...
Retrieving Oracle VM Manager Application ...
Extracting Oracle VM Manager Application ...
Installing Oracle VM Manager Core ...
 
Step 7 of 9 : Domain creation ...
Creating Oracle WebLogic Server domain ...
Starting Oracle WebLogic Server 11g ...
Configuring data source 'OVMDS' ...
Creating Oracle VM Manager user 'admin' ...
 
Step 8 of 9 : Deploy ...
Deploying Oracle VM Manager Core container ...
Deploying Oracle VM Manager UI Console ...
Deploying Oracle VM Manager Help ...
Granting ovm-admin role to user 'admin' ...
Set Log Rotation ...
Disabling HTTP and enabling HTTPS...
Configuring Https Identity and Trust...
Configuring Weblogic parameters...
 
Step 9 of 9 : Oracle VM Manager Shell ...
Retrieving Oracle VM Manager Shell & API ...
Extracting Oracle VM Manager Shell & API ...
Installing Oracle VM Manager Shell & API ...
 
Retrieving Oracle VM Manager Upgrade tool ...
Extracting Oracle VM Manager Upgrade tool ...
Installing Oracle VM Manager Upgrade tool ...
 
Retrieving Oracle VM Manager CLI tool ...
Extracting Oracle VM Manager CLI tool...
Installing Oracle VM Manager CLI tool ...
Copying Oracle VM Manager shell to '/usr/bin/ovm_shell.sh' ...
Installing ovm_admin.sh in '/u01/app/oracle/ovm-manager-3/bin' ...
Installing ovm_upgrade.sh in '/u01/app/oracle/ovm-manager-3/bin' ...
Enabling Oracle VM Manager service ...
Shutting down Oracle VM Manager instance ...
Restarting Oracle VM Manager instance ...
Waiting for the application to initialize ...
Oracle VM Manager is running ...
Oracle VM Manager installed.
 
Please wait while WebLogic configures the applications... This can take up to 5 minutes.
 
Installation Summary
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Database configuration:
  Database type               : MySQL
  Database host name          : localhost
  Database name               : ovs
  Database listener port      : 49500
  Database user               : ovs
 
Weblogic Server configuration:
  Administration username     : weblogic
 
Oracle VM Manager configuration:
  Username                    : admin
  Core management port        : 54321
  UUID                        : 0004fb00000100004533d12e31e78b07
 
 
Passwords:
There are no default passwords for any users. The passwords to use for Oracle VM Manager, Database, and Oracle WebLogic Server have been set by you during this installation. In the case of a default install, all passwords are the same.
 
Oracle VM Manager UI:
Log in with the user 'admin', and the password you set during the installation.
 
Please note that you need to install tightvnc-java on this computer to access a virtual machine's console.
 
For more information about Oracle Virtualization, please visit:
 
Oracle VM Manager installation complete.
 
Please remove configuration file /tmp/ovm_configzvH9bi.
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Oracle VM Manager Post Installation Steps:
As shown in the above example, Oracle VM Manager has been successfully installed. 
 
1) Next, as suggested by the Oracle VM Manager installer, remove the configuration file in the /tmp directory (see the output from your Oracle VM Manager installation for the exact file name).
# rm -fr /tmp/file-name
 
2) Next, as suggested by the Oracle VM Manager installer, install the tightvnc-java RPM package to enable VNC and serial console access to virtual machines. 
Oracle Linux 5, as root type:
Download the Oracle Public yum server GPG key:
# wget --no-check-certificate http://public-yum.oracle.com/RPM-GPG-KEY-oracle-el5 -O /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-oracle
Next, import the GPG key:
# rpm --import /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-oracle
Next, install the tightvnc-java and Java Telnet Application (JTA2) RPM packages:
 
Oracle Linux 6, as root type:
Download the Oracle Public yum server GPG key:
# wget --no-check-certificate https://public-yum.oracle.com/RPM-GPG-KEY-oracle-ol6 -O /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-oracle
Next, import the GPG key:
# rpm --import /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-oracle
Next, install the tightvnc-java and Java Telnet Application (JTA2) RPM packages:
 
3) Access the Oracle VM Manager portal using the URL provided by the Oracle VM installer, i.e from the above example:
Oracle VM Manager UI:
  https://ovm-pike.local.mokumsolutions.com:7002/ovm/console
Log in with the user 'admin', and the password you set during the installation.
 
4) After a successful login, create a server pool by completing the following tasks:
  • Discover the Oracle VM Servers
  • Setup the Oracle VM Server's networking
  • Setup the Networking for the server pool
  • Setup NTP
  • Setup a YUM server
  • Create Tags (optional)
  • Register a file server or a storage array
  • Create a storage repository to host virtual machine resources
  • Create a server pool
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