Read this before you begin:
You can run the installer in either of the following ways:
In interactive mode, you are prompted for each part of the installation information.
Log in to the system as the user that will be named as the SharePlex Administrator during this installation. This user will own the installation files and binaries.
Grant executable permissions to the file.
# chmod 555 installation_file
Run the .tpm file. If installing SharePlex in a cluster, run the installer from the primary node (the one to which the shared disk is mounted)
You are prompted for the following:
Select <New Installation>.
|Product directory location (path)||
Enter the path to the SharePlex installation directory.
If the specified directory does not exist, the installer creates it. If the directory exists, it must be empty. The installer quits if the directory contains prior SharePlex installations or other files.
|Variable data directory location||
Specify an empty directory. The installer creates the specified directory if it does not exist. Important! Do not install this directory into the SharePlex product directory.
|SharePlex Admin group||
Enter the DBA-privileged group to which the SharePlex Administrator user belongs, which will own the SharePlex binaries.
|TCP/IP port for SharePlex||
Enter the port number to use for SharePlex TCP/IP communications.
|License key (do you have?)||
Press Enter to accept the default of Y (yes). If you do not have a license, enter no.
At any point before you run SharePlex you can add the license key with the splex_add_key utility. For more information, see SharePlex license utilities.
Enter the license key you received from Quest.
|Customer name||Enter the SiteMessage text string provided by Quest with the license key.|
The installer displays the location of the install log file and then quits.
See Next steps.
|Patch SharePlex||If you downloaded patches for this version of SharePlex, apply them now.|
Run “sp_security –setup” to specify whether or not to enable SSL/TLS for all network traffic. When enabled, SSL/TLS is used for network communications between the SharePlex instances on the source and target systems. For more information, see “Configure Security Features” in the SharePlex Administrator Guide.
|Assign users to security groups||For more information, see Assign SharePlex users to security groups.|
|Perform Database Setup and other setup tasks||
|Repeat||Repeat all of the installation procedures for all Unix and Linux machines that will be involved in SharePlex replication.|
To install multiple instances of SharePlex on this system, such as to support consolidated replication, see the SharePlex Administrator’s Guide for the correct setup.