Installing and configuring the Infrastructure Management server for application high-availability
The following table helps you through the steps that you need to perform to enable high-availability for Infrastructure Management.
Review the requirements to configure Infrastructure Management for high availability.
|Considerations for a high-availability deployment of Infrastructure Management|
Install or upgrade Infrastructure Management on the primary server.
Install Infrastructure Management on the secondary server.
Note: (Recommended) During the installation, specify a temporary Oracle instance.
(Alternatively) If you want to avoid usage of temporary oracle instance, you can create one. For more information, see Running the run_oracle_db_scripts.sql script in an Oracle environment.
|Installing the Infrastructure Management Server on Linux with Oracle|
Stop the Infrastructure Management process on both servers.
|From the pw command prompt, run the following command:|
On the primary server:
On the secondary server, run the following command from the pw command prompt:
On the primary server, copy the following folder from the installedDirectory\TrueSight\pw\server\var folder to the same location on the secondary server:
On the secondary server:
On the primary server, run the addremoteagent file.
(Optional - If you want to configure remote cells)
Configure the Presentation Server:
Fresh install - Add the Infrastructure Management component to the Presentation Server. In the Host Name/IP Address field, enter the host name configured in the load balancer.
Upgrade install - Update the host name of the Infrastructure Management server in the Host Name/IP Address field with the host name configured in the load balancer.
|Registering the components with the Presentation Server|
Configure the integrations with other BMC products.
|Integrating components with TrueSight Infrastructure Management when configured for high availability|