Veritas™ Operations Manager Management Server 5.0 Installation Guide

Article:DOC5789  |  Created: 2012-07-31  |  Updated: 2014-02-27  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC5789
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Veritas™ Operations Manager Management Server 5.0 Installation Guide

Contents

1. Planning your Veritas Operations Manager installation
About Veritas Operations Manager
About Management Server
About the managed host
About standalone (unmanaged) host
Downloading Veritas Operations Manager 5.0
Downloading Management Server files
Downloading managed host files
Using the product documentation
Host considerations for installing Veritas Operations Manager
Typical Veritas Operations Manager deployment configurations
Centralized management of Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability hosts
Standalone management of Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability hosts
Centralized and standalone management of Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability hosts
Centralized management of hosts not having Storage Foundation and High Availability products
Veritas Operations Manager 5.0 installation overview
Choosing a Management Server host
Choosing managed hosts
2. System requirements
Operating system requirements
Third-party required libraries
32-bit SNIA Common HBA API required on Windows hosts
System resource requirements
About space estimation for data logs
About the frequency of managed host information discovery
Supported hardware
Web browser requirements
Network and firewall requirements
3. Installing, upgrading, and uninstalling Veritas Operations Manager
Packages included in Veritas Operations Manager 5.0
About installing Management Server
Installing Management Server on UNIX
Installing Management Server on Windows
Verifying Management Server installation on UNIX
Verifying Management Server installation on Windows
Configuring Veritas Operations Manager 5.0 on UNIX and Windows
Setting up the Web browser for Veritas Operations Manager
About installing host management
Installing host management on UNIX
Installing host management on Windows
About cloning virtual machines
About migrating virtual machines
Installing host management through Solaris JumpStart
Verifying host management installation on UNIX
Verifying host management installation on Windows
About installing or upgrading Veritas Operations Manager 5.0 add-ons
About upgrading Management Server
Upgrading Management Server on UNIX
Upgrading Management Server on Windows
Backing up data on UNIX
Backing up data on Windows
Restoring backed up data on UNIX
Restoring backed up data on Windows
About upgrading host management to Veritas Operations Manager 5.0
Upgrading managed hosts using the Veritas Operations Manager console
Upgrading host management on UNIX using operating system commands
Upgrading host management on Windows using the installer package
Verifying the version of Management Server in the console
Verifying the version of a managed host in the console
Uninstalling Management Server on UNIX
Uninstalling Management Server on Windows
Uninstalling host management on UNIX
Uninstalling host management on Windows
4. Configuring Veritas Operations Manager in a high availability environment
About configuring Veritas Operations Manager in high availability environment
About configuring a new Veritas Operations Manager installation in high availability environment
Prerequisites for configuring Management Server installation in high availability environment
Retrieving the virtual host name and the virtual IP address of a host
Performing initial configuration of Management Server installation in high availability environment
Creating the base service groups in Veritas Cluster Server on UNIX
Creating the base service groups in Veritas Cluster Server on Windows
Completing the configuration of a Management Server installation in high availability environment
About configuring an existing Veritas Operations Manager installation in high availability environment
Modifying the default IP address and host name of the existing UNIX-based Management Server for high availability configuration
Modifying the default IP address and host name of the existing Windows-based Management Server for high availability configuration
About configuring Veritas Operations Manager in high availability and disaster recovery environment
Prerequisites for configuring Veritas Operations Manager in the high availability environment for disaster recovery
Performing initial configuration of Management Server installation in high availability and disaster recovery environment
Creating the base service groups in Veritas Cluster Server for HA-DR configuration
Enabling HA-DR configuration
Sample configuration: After you create the base service groups in Veritas Operations Manager
Sample configuration: After you configure Veritas Operations Manager in high availability environment
Sample configuration: After you configure Veritas Operations Manager in high availability environment for disaster recovery
About upgrading the high availability configurations
Upgrading Management Server in high availability environment
About upgrading the high availability and disaster recovery configurations
Upgrading Management Server in high availability and disaster recovery environment
Removing the high availability configuration

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