- 250 GB IDE Hard Drive
- Primary boot disk
Filesystem Size Mounted on /dev/hda1 4.9G / /dev/hda9 75G /extra /dev/hda3 79G /home /dev/hda7 3G /tmp /dev/hda2 28G /usr /dev/hda5 28G /usr/local /dev/hda6 8.9G /var
- 160 GB RAID array
- (3) 80 GB IDE drive
- 3ware ATA Raid Controller: Escalade 7500-4
- Raid 5 configuration
Filesystem Size Mounted on /dev/sda1 94G /extra2 /dev/sda2 52G /newhome
- Note: When setting up these partitions an effort was made to match as closely as possible what is currently set up on IPREV3. This was done to enable easier switchover between the two systems. At the time of this writing the directory newhome on IPREV3 is scheduled to be used to relocate the /home directory and will be renamed to /home when the copy is completed. When those changes are made the directory names on iprev2 should be updated to reflect the new directory structure.
- Redhat 7.3
- The custom install should be used and the grpahical interface support packages should be added. The graphical environment is needed for the Oracle install process.
- Oracle 8.1.7
Install Guide: There is a complete step-by-step install guide on the Oracle install CD under documentation. It is strongly recommended that this guide be followed. Below are some highlights and areas that are customized for GNW.
- After the Oracle software is installed, our dba (Steve Ashmore) will need to load the tables and data.
User and Group Set Up
- The following operation need to be performed as root
- Create the oracle user:
- Create the dba group
- Create the oinstall group
- Add the oracle user to the dba and oinstall groups
usermod -g oinstall -G dba oracle
As the oracle user run the command: umask 022
Add the following line to the .bash_profile of the oracle user: umask 022
- Ensure the directory /extra/oracle is created
- chown oracle.dba /extra/oracle
Set Environment Variables
Create a soft link for /raid pointing to /extra
Use the following as a guide for setting up the .bash_profile in the oracle account:
- "Insert iprev3 .bash_profile here."
Oracle 8.1.7 Installation
- Insert the Oracle installation cd into the cdrom drive.
- As root mount the cd
mount /dev/cdrom mnt/cdrom
- As the oracle user cd /mnt/cdrom
Installing the 188.8.131.52 patch
- This patch is required and must be installed after the base Oracle 8.1.7 install
- Copy the patch tarball to the filesystem. (ie. /home/oracle)
extract the tarball: tar xzvf oracle817Patch.tar.gz
- Insert the main Oracle install cd (same one used above) and mount it the same as above.
Start the Oracle Universal Installer again ( ./runInstaller )
Destination... /raid/oracle/product/8.1.7 Note: the destination should match exactly to what is set in the ORACLE_HOME environment variable
GNW currently uses version 1.3 of the Apache software. Furthermore, GNW uses some some custom authentication modules. As a result, the best solution is to copy the contents of /usr/local/apache from one of the currently configured servers.
Also copy the startup script: /etc/init.d/httpd
The apache configuration file located at /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf will need to be modified to fit the new server. (ie. change IP addresses and server names, etc.)
Make sure that Apache is set to start on boot.
[root@iprev2 conf]# chkconfig httpd on
Install the java 1.5 jre for linux in /usr/java.
The file can be downloaded from http://java.sun.com/
An install guide can be found at http://java.sun.com/products/archive/j2se/5.0_05/jre/install-linux.html
Make sure the following ports are open
- TCP: 5001,5002,1521,22,80,21
- UDP: 123
If the firewall needs to be configured a good tool is lokkit (run as root)