Installing CA Spectrum Remotely

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Installing CA Spectrum Remotely
You can use Telnet to install
remotely over your network. You can also use the GUI or distributed installation to install
remotely. For example, you can use the Windows GUI installer to install
to a Solaris or Linux system using the installation DVD for that platform.
You can only perform one system installation at a time. You need the host name of the remote system and the administrator ID and password.
Follow these steps:
  1. If
    is not already installed on the remote system, insert the installation DVD into the appropriate drive of the computer where you want to install
    remotely.
  2. Install the
    Remote Administration Daemon (SRAdmin) on the computer where you want to install
    remotely.
  3. Insert the installation DVD for the computer where you want to install
    remotely into the appropriate drive of the local computer.
  4. Install CA Spectrum.
    is installed remotely.
OneClick Web Server and SpectroSERVER on Separate Systems
To install the OneClick web server and a
SpectroSERVER
on separate systems, repeat the installation process for each system installation. Be sure to select the appropriate components on the Select Options dialog during installation. You can also use the distributed installation to install different components to separate systems at the same time.
Mount the Installation Media on Solaris and Linux
If Volume Management is disabled, set up an installation media mount-point directory. Then, run a mount command to access the installation software on the installation media. This procedure varies depending on whether the installation is local (the target system is the host for the drive) or remote (a system other than the target hosts the drive).
If a Solaris or Linux system has Volume Management enabled, the installation media mounts automatically.
Use these steps to mount the CABI r3.3 SP1 installation media.
Follow these steps:
  1. Insert the installation media into the appropriate drive.
  2. Mount the <
    installation_media
    > file system by running the following command, where
    <installation_media
    > is the directory you created:
    • On Solaris:
      mount -r -F hsfs /dev/sr0 /<installation_media>
    • On Linux:
      mount -t iso9660 /dev/dvd /mnt/<installation_media>
    The installation media is mounted.
Start the Installation on Windows
You can start the
installation on Windows platforms.
You cannot install a released version of
on top of a beta or evaluation version of the product. Instead, uninstall the beta or evaluation version first.
Follow these steps:
  1. Stop all non-
    running applications.
  2. Stop the following
    applications:
      • Shut down all OneClick clients by logging off all users from OneClick in the Client Details web page in the OneClick home page.
        For more information about shutting down OneClick clients, see the section.
      • Stop the 
        SpectroSERVER
         and the Archive Manager by clicking Stop 
        SpectroSERVER
         in the 
         Control Panel and then close the 
         Control Panel. Or you can stop the 
        SpectroSERVER
         and Archive Manager from command line by running the "<$SPECROOT>/bin/stopSS.pl" as Spectrum Owner at the command prompt.
    For more information about the
    Control Panel, see the section.
      • Stop all VnmSh connections.
    For more information about stopping VnmSh connections, see the
      • Close all Bash shells.
  3. Ensure that you have met the system requirements and Prerequisites for Windows.
    Disable your antivirus software's real-time protection before installing
    . Disabling helps avoid potential problems with files that could be in use by the real-time protection software.
  4. Log in as a user with administrator rights.
  5. Insert the installation media into the appropriate drive. If autorun is disabled, you can double-click setupnt.exe from the Explorer view to start the installation.
The installation starts.
Start the Installation on Linux and Solaris
You can install
on Linux and Solaris platforms.
You cannot install a released version of
on top of a beta or evaluation version of the product. Instead, uninstall the beta or evaluation version first.
Follow these steps:
  1. Stop all non-
    running applications.
  2. Stop the following
    applications:
      • Shut down all OneClick clients by logging off all users from OneClick in the Client Details web page in the OneClick home page.
        For more information about shutting down OneClick clients, see the section.
      • Stop the 
        SpectroSERVER
         and the Archive Manager by clicking Stop 
        SpectroSERVER
         in the 
         Control Panel and then close the 
         Control Panel. Or you can stop the 
        SpectroSERVER
         and Archive Manager from command line by running the "<$SPECROOT>/bin/stopSS.pl" as Spectrum Owner at the command prompt.
    1.  
    For more information about the
    Control Panel, see the section.
      • Stop all VnmSh connections.
    For more information about stopping VnmSh connections, see the
      • Close all Bash shells.
  3. Ensure that you have met the System Requirements for Installing CA Spectrum for Linux and Solaris. 
  4. Ensure that you have met the Prerequisites for Linux and Solaris.
  5. Download the
    TAR package for Linux or Solaris into the appropriate drive.
  6. Extract the
    TAR package for Linux or Solaris by using the "gunzip" command, and then the "tar - xvf" command at the command prompt.
  7. If necessary, set your DISPLAY variable to the host name of the target system:
  • From a C shell, enter:
    setenv DISPLAY <hostname>:0
  • From Bourne or Korn shells, enter:
    DISPLAY=<hostname>:0 ; export DISPLAY
Note:
Run echo $DISPLAY to confirm this setting is in effect.
  1. To display the
    installation GUI on a remote system, run the following command from the target system:
    /usr/openwin/bin/xhost +<hostname>
    • hostname
      Is the name of the target system.
  2. Perform one of the following steps:
    • For Linux, navigate to the extracted TAR folder, and run the setuplin.exe executable file.
    • For Solaris, navigate to the extracted TAR folder, and run the setupsun.exe executable file.
  3. Double-click the Installer icon