Files Created During Installation

The sp installation adds the following file types:
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The 
CA Spectrum
 installation adds the following file types:
Services for Windows
The
CA Spectrum
installation adds the following services to Windows Services:
CA Spectrum
Process Daemon Files for Linux
The
CA Spectrum
installation adds a process daemon (processd) file to the following startup areas on Linux:
  • /etc/rc.d/init.d/processd
  • /etc/rc.d/rc0.d/K*processd
  • /etc/rc.d/rc1.d/K*processd
  • /etc/rc.d/rc2.d/K*processd
  • /etc/rc.d/rc3.d/S*processd
  • /etc/rc.d/rc4.d/K*processd
  • /etc/rc.d/rc5.d/S*processd
  • /etc/rc.d/rc6.d/K*processd
Your operating system determines the number that is indicated by the symbol, *. For more information about processd, see the section.
Do not remove these files because they are required for
CA Spectrum
operation.
CA Spectrum
Process Daemon Files for Solaris
The
CA Spectrum
installation adds a process daemon (processd) file to the following startup areas on Solaris:
  • /etc/init.d/processd
  • /etc/init.d/processd.pl
  • /etc/rc0.d/K*processd
  • /etc/rc2.d/S*processd
Your operating system determines the number that is indicated by *.
Do not remove these files because they are required for
CA Spectrum
operation.
For more information about processd, see the section.
CA Spectrum
Remote Administration Daemon Files for Linux
The
CA Spectrum
installation adds the following
CA Spectrum
Remote Administration Daemon (sradmin) files that
CA Spectrum
requires for user authentication and distributed administration:
  • /etc/init.d/sradmin
  • /etc/rc0.d/K*sradmin
  • /etc/rc1.d/K*sradmin
  • /etc/rc2.d/K*sradmin
  • /etc/rc3.d/S*sradmin
  • /etc/rc4.d/K*sradmin
  • /etc/rc5.d/S*sradmin
  • /etc/rc6.d/K*sradmin
Your operating system determines the number that is indicated by *.
These files are added to /sw/SPECTRUM/SRAdmin/sradmin.exe or another path if SRAdmin was installed manually.
Do not remove these files because they are required for
CA Spectrum
operation.
CA Spectrum
Remote Administration Daemon Files for Solaris
The
CA Spectrum
installation adds the following
CA Spectrum
Remote Administration Daemon (sradmin) files that
CA Spectrum
requires for user authentication and distributed administration:
  • /etc/init.d/sradmin
  • /etc/rc2.d/S*sradmin
Your operating system determines the number that is indicated by *.
These files are added to /sw/SPECTRUM/SRAdmin/sradmin.exe or another directory path if you installed SRAdmin manually.
Do not remove these files because they are required for
CA Spectrum
operation.
Installation Database Savefiles
The installation automatically creates two savefiles in the <
$SPECROOT
>/SS directory. Each file contains a copy of the database modeling catalog that was installed. The first file is date-stamped, with the extension .after. A copy of the .after file is created and named legacy.SSdb (overwriting any previous legacy.SSdb file).
The legacy.SSdb file is used with the SSdbload utility to reinitialize the database with the most recently installed modeling catalog. Whereas, the .after files let you restore the catalog that is associated with any particular installation. A sequential counter following the date portion of the file name lets you distinguish between multiple .after files generated on the same day. For example, if three of these files were generated on May 4, 2006, they would be labeled as follows:
  • db_20060504,1.after.SSdb
  • db_20060504,2.after.SSdb
  • db_20060504,3.after.SSdb