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Getting Started with Oracle VM Server 3.2

Step 1: Before You Begin

Verify the system requirements for the Windows File System Agent or UNIX File System Agent.

See the following sections to learn more about the capabilities and requirements of the Windows File System Agent:

See the following sections to learn more about the capabilities and requirements of the UNIX File System Agent:

Step 2: Install the CommServe and MediaAgent

Install the CommServe software on a Windows host. For instructions, see CommServe Installation.

If you want to install the MediaAgent on the CommServe host, select the MediaAgent package when you install the CommServe package.

If you want to use a separate host for the MediaAgent, install the following packages:

Step 3: Install the Commvault Packages on the Oracle VM Server

Install the MediaAgent and the File System packages on the Oracle VM server.

Before you begin the installation, follow these procedures:

  1. Add a blank file to support the Oracle VM server. On the command line, type the following command:

    touch /tmp/cvpkgadd_unlock_obsoleteplatform

Install the following packages:

Step 4: Install the Commvault Packages for the Proxy Server

Install the MediaAgent and the File System packages on the proxy server.

Before you begin the installation, install the OCFS tools package. On the command line, type the following command:

yum install ocfs2-tools

Install the following packages:

Step 5: Select the Storage Array

Make sure that you have the array credentials, and then select the storage array.

Step 6: Configure the Oracle VM Server Client for IntelliSnap

Configure the Oracle VM Server client for IntelliSnap

Step 7: Have a Custom Script Run on the Oracle VM Server

Configure an additional setting to run a script that scans the iSCSI storage targets.

  • To the Oracle VM client, add the additional setting as shown in the following table.

    For instructions on how to add additional settings from the CommCell Console, see Add or Modify an Additional Setting.

    Property

    Value

    Name

     RefreshBUS

    Category

    iDataAgent

    Type

    String

    Value

    /opt/Commvault/Base/iscsi-scan

    Note: The directory is the Commvault Base directory.

Step 8: Run the Check Readiness Report

Run a Check Readiness report to verify that the client and MediaAgent are connected to the CommServe computer and that the database agents are properly configured to run backup and restore jobs. For more information see, Check Readiness for File System Clients and Database Clients.

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