Installing the 1-Touch Server
Install the 1-Touch Server on UNIX computers by using the installation package that was created from the Download Manager application.
1-Touch Server installations are supported on AIX and Solaris computers. To set up 1-Touch on Linux computers, see Deployment - 1-Touch for Linux.
Before You Begin
Review Commvault requirements and gather the information that you must provide during the installation. For more information, see the Preinstallation Checklist for the 1-Touch Server on UNIX.
- Log on to the computer as root.
- Run the following command from the installation package or mount point:
To run the installation as a SUDO user with root privileges, use the following command:
- On the Install Task dialog, select Install packages on this machine and click Next.
- On the Package Selection dialog, select 1-Touch Server and click Next.
Follow the instructions in the installation wizard.
- When you reach the Configure the Client dialog, select Yes to configure and register the client with the CommServe computer. Then, click Next and continue to follow the instructions in the installation wizard.
- For 1-Touch Server installation on Solaris computers, you must configure a remote cache for Solaris packages in the /jumpstart_directory/files directory. For more information on setting up a remote cache, see Setting Up a Remote Cache.
- For 1-Touch for Solaris 11, after installing the 1-Touch Server package, you must configure a remote cache for Solaris packages in the /rpool/CommVaultRecovery directory.
What to Do Next
- If you configured network settings during the installation, you must complete additional configurations from the CommCell Console. For more information, see Configuring Network Routes.
- Configure the 1-Touch Server:
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