Legato NetWorker Module for Oracle Installation Guide

Legato NetWorker Module for Oracle Installation Guide
September 24, 2003
NetWorker
™
Module for Oracle®
Release 4.1
Multiplatform Version
Installation Guide
© 2003, LEGATO Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. This product may be covered by one or more of the following patents: U.S. 5,359,713;
5,519,853; 5,649,152; 5,799,141; 5,812,748; 5,835,953; 5,978,565; 6,073,222; 6,085,298; 6,145,089; 6,308,283; 6,324,654; 6,338,126. Other U.S. and
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Legato NetWorker Module for Oracle, Release 4.1, Multiplatform Version, Installation Guide
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Contents
Preface....................................................................................................................... 8.
Audience......................................................................................................................................... 8.
Product Documentation .................................................................................................................. 8.
Conventions.................................................................................................................................... 9.
Information and Services ................................................................................................................ 9.
General Information ............................................................................................................... 10.
Technical Support .................................................................................................................. 10.
Licensing and Registration..................................................................................................... 10.
Customer Feedback ..................................................................................................................... 11.
Chapter 1: Introduction.......................................................................................... 12.
About This Guide.......................................................................................................................... 12.
Installation Considerations ........................................................................................................... 13.
Related Documentation ................................................................................................................ 14.
Chapter 2: Upgrade Procedures ........................................................................... 15.
Upgrading from NetWorker BusinesSuite Module for Oracle Release 2.x ................................... 15.
Upgrading from NetWorker Module for Oracle Release 3.x or 4.0 ............................................... 16.
Upgrading from Legato Storage Manager or Legato Single Server Version Release 6.1 ............ 16.
How to Upgrade without Keeping the Backups...................................................................... 17.
How to Upgrade while Keeping the Backups ......................................................................... 17.
Chapter 3: Preparing to Install .............................................................................. 20.
Installation Roadmap .................................................................................................................... 20.
Installation Requirements ............................................................................................................. 21.
Supported Operating Systems ............................................................................................... 21.
Oracle Server Requirements.................................................................................................. 22.
NetWorker Software Requirements ....................................................................................... 22.
NetWorker Server Software............................................................................................. 22.
NetWorker Client Software .............................................................................................. 22.
NetWorker Module for Oracle Requirements ......................................................................... 23.
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Chapter 4: Install Procedures on UNIX................................................................. 24.
Installing on a Single Oracle Server Host ..................................................................................... 24.
Task 1: Access the Software.................................................................................................. 24.
From a Local CD-ROM .................................................................................................... 25.
From a Remote CD-ROM ................................................................................................ 26.
From the Legato Web Site............................................................................................... 27.
Task 2: Install the Software.................................................................................................... 28.
How to Install on a System without the Software............................................................. 28.
How to Install on AIX................................................................................................. 29.
How to Install on HP-UX ........................................................................................... 30.
How to Install on Linux .............................................................................................. 30.
How to Install on Solaris............................................................................................ 31.
How to Install on Tru64 UNIX.................................................................................... 32.
How to Install on a 64-Bit System Containing the 32-Bit or 64-Bit Software ................... 32.
Task 3: Link the NetWorker Module for Oracle Library File ................................................... 33.
Guidelines for Entering the Linking Commands .............................................................. 33.
How to Link the NetWorker Module for Oracle Library File ............................................. 33.
Task 4: Enable the Software .................................................................................................. 36.
Installing on a Cluster, OPS, or RAC System............................................................................... 37.
Chapter 5: Install Procedures on Windows ......................................................... 38.
Software Installation Path on Windows ........................................................................................ 38.
Installing on a Single Oracle Server Host ..................................................................................... 39.
Task 1: Access the Software.................................................................................................. 39.
From a Local CD-ROM .................................................................................................... 39.
From a Remote CD-ROM ................................................................................................ 40.
From the Legato Web Site............................................................................................... 40.
Task 2: Install the Software.................................................................................................... 41.
Task 3: Enable the Software .................................................................................................. 42.
Installing on a Cluster, OPS, or RAC System............................................................................... 42.
Chapter 6: Evaluating and Licensing Procedures............................................... 44.
How NetWorker Software Is Licensed .......................................................................................... 44.
The Evaluation Process................................................................................................................ 45.
Evaluating a New Installation ................................................................................................. 45.
Evaluating Features on an Existing Installation ..................................................................... 45.
How to Enter a Temporary Enabler Code........................................................................ 46.
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How to Apply Grace......................................................................................................... 46.
The Licensing Process ................................................................................................................. 47.
Task 1: Enter the License Enabler Code ............................................................................... 47.
Task 2: Obtain an Authorization Code ................................................................................... 48.
By Using the Legato Web Site......................................................................................... 48.
By Fax or E-mail .............................................................................................................. 49.
Task 3: Enter the Authorization Code .................................................................................... 50.
NetWorker Licenses ..................................................................................................................... 51.
Multiplatform Licensing .......................................................................................................... 51.
Example: Multiplatform Licensing Schemes .................................................................... 51.
Update Enablers .................................................................................................................... 52.
Required Update Enablers .............................................................................................. 52.
Additional Licenses ................................................................................................................ 52.
Client Connection Licenses ............................................................................................. 52.
Storage Nodes................................................................................................................. 52.
Legato NetWorker Application Modules .......................................................................... 53.
Cluster Clients ................................................................................................................. 53.
NDMP Licensing .............................................................................................................. 53.
Managing Legato Licenses........................................................................................................... 53.
Chapter 7: Uninstall Procedures........................................................................... 54.
Uninstalling on UNIX .................................................................................................................... 54.
How to Uninstall the Software on UNIX ................................................................................. 54.
Uninstalling on Windows .............................................................................................................. 60.
How to Uninstall the Software on Windows ........................................................................... 60.
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Preface
This Installation Guide provides instructions on how to upgrade to, install, and
uninstall the Legato NetWorker® Module for Oracle release 4.1 software.
After installing the NetWorker™ Module for Oracle software, refer to the Legato
NetWorker Module for Oracle Administrator’s Guide, Release 4.1 for detailed instructions
on how to configure, administer, and use the module software for Oracle data storage
management.
Post-release information is contained in the Release Supplement for this product. This
document is available online in the Support section of the Legato web site
(www.legato.com). Refer to the web site periodically to view the latest Release
Supplement.
Audience
The information in this guide is intended for system administrators and Oracle
database administrators (DBAs) who are responsible for installing software and
maintaining Oracle Server backup and recovery systems. Operators who monitor the
daily Oracle database backups may also find this manual useful.
To use this guide effectively, a working knowledge of Oracle concepts and
terminology is required, especially those related to Oracle database backup and
recovery.
Product Documentation
For a complete list of documentation related to this product, see "Related
Documentation" on page 14. Most of the documents are in Adobe Acrobat Portable
Document Format (PDF), and can be viewed by downloading and installing the Adobe
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Legato® Documentation Suite CD-ROM, or directly from Adobe at www.adobe.com. To
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Conventions
This document uses the following typographic conventions and symbols to make
information easier to access and understand.
Convention
Indicates
Example
boldface
Names of line commands,
daemons, options, programs,
or scripts
The nsradmin command starts the command
line version of the NetWorker Administrator
program.
italic in text
Pathnames, filenames,
computer names, new terms
defined in the Glossary or
within the chapter, or
emphasized words
Displayed messages are also written to
/nsr/logs/daemon.log.
italic in command
line
A variable that must be
provided in the command line
nwadmin -s server_name
fixed-width
Examples and information
displayed on the screen
media waiting: recover waiting for 8mm
5GB tape volume name
fixed-width,
boldface
Commands and options that
must be entered exactly as
shown
nsr_shutdown -a
Menu_Name>
Command
A path or an order to follow for Volume>Change Mode>Appendable
making selections in the user
interface
Important:
Information that must be read
and followed to ensure
successful backup and
recovery of data
The specifications are created, one for each swap
file, in c:\pagefile.sys.
Important: Use the no_verify option with
extreme caution.
Information and Services
Legato offers a variety of methods, including electronic, telephone, and fax support to
obtain company, product, and technical information.
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General Information
The Legato web site provides most of the information that customers might need.
Technical bulletins and binary patches are also accessible on the Legato FTP site. For
specific sales or training needs, e-mail or call Legato.
Technical
Legato Service or Resource Bulletins
Binary
Patches
Company &
Product
Information
Training
Programs
www.legato.com
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
ftp.legato.com
(log in as anonymous)
Yes
Yes
Legato Sales
(650) 210-7000 (option 1)
[email protected]
Yes
Legato Education Services
(650) 842-9357
[email protected]
Yes
Technical Support
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patches, technical documentation, and information about available support programs.
•
•
Customers with an active support agreement have access to Legato’s integrated
product knowledge base. Help with Legato software issues is also available
through Legato Technical Support.
Customers without an active support agreement can contact Support Sales and
Renewal to purchase annual Software Update Subscriptions, or Legato Technical
Support services for per-update/per-incident support.
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Licensing and Registration
Contact
Legato licensing web site
http://license.legato.com
Telephone number
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+31 23 554 8881b
Fax number
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E-mail
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a. Contact information for the Americas, Asia, and the Pacific.
b. Contact information for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
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Preface
Customer Feedback
Legato welcomes comments and suggestions about software features, the installation
procedure, and documentation. Please send any suggestions and comments to
[email protected] Legato confirms receipt of all e-mail correspondence. Although
Legato cannot respond personally to every request, all comments and suggestions are
considered during product design.
Help improve Legato documentation by completing a brief survey. Visit the Legato
web site at www.legato.com, navigate to the documentation page, and click on the link
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Chapter 1: Introduction
This Installation Guide describes how to install and enable NetWorker Module for
Oracle release 4.1 on a supported UNIX or Microsoft Windows operating system
running Oracle Server software.
Note: For details on the specific operating system versions that NetWorker Module for
Oracle supports, refer to the Legato Software Compatibility Guide on the Legato web site.
The NetWorker Module for Oracle software is distributed in the following formats:
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On the Legato NetWorker Modules CD-ROM, included in the Legato Media Kit
that contains the software and electronic documentation for related Legato
products.
In the downloadable file of the evaluation software, available from the Legato
web site.
This chapter includes the following sections:
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"About This Guide" on page 12
"Installation Considerations" on page 13
"Related Documentation" on page 14
About This Guide
Use the information in this guide to:
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Upgrade to NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1 from:
– NetWorker BusinesSuite™ Module for Oracle release 2.x
– NetWorker Module for Oracle release 3.x
– NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.0
– Legato Storage Manager
– Legato Single Server Version
For more information, see "Chapter 2: Upgrade Procedures" on page 15.
Install NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1 on a system without a previous
release of the software. For more information, see "Chapter 3: Preparing to Install"
on page 20.
Enable the NetWorker Module for Oracle software. For more information, see
"Chapter 6: Evaluating and Licensing Procedures" on page 44.
Uninstall the NetWorker Module for Oracle software. For more information, see
"Chapter 7: Uninstall Procedures" on page 54.
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Note: Throughout this guide, references to regular backups and restores indicate
non-proxy backups and restores.
Installation Considerations
The NetWorker Module for Oracle software works with Oracle RMAN and
NetWorker software to provide regular (non-proxy) backup and restore services for
Oracle data. The software also supports proxy backups and restores of Oracle data with
the following requirements:
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The proxy backups create snapshots of Oracle data that reside on primary storage
devices supported by the NetWorker PowerSnap™ Modules that work with the
NetWorker Module for Oracle.
For a complete list of supported NetWorker PowerSnap Modules, refer to the
current Legato Software Compatibility Guide on the Legato web site.
The proxy operations use the particular NetWorker PowerSnap Module software
designed for the primary storage.
Note: Proxy Oracle backups and restores are not supported on an OPS or RAC system.
For both regular and proxy Oracle operations, the following software must be installed
on the Oracle Server host:
•
•
NetWorker Module for Oracle software
NetWorker client software in those cases where the NetWorker server resides on
a different (remote) host
Important: Before installing the NetWorker Module for Oracle software in a
production environment, perform the following tasks:
• Install, configure, and operate the software in a test database environment.
• Perform an offline backup of any production database.
After the NetWorker Module for Oracle installation, if the NetWorker software on the
Oracle Server host is upgraded and the NetWorker client installation directory is
changed to a different location, the NetWorker Module for Oracle software must be
uninstalled and reinstalled by using the instructions in this Installation Guide.
For proxy Oracle operations, the NetWorker PowerSnap Module that was designed for
the primary storage system is also required and must be installed on both of the
following:
•
•
Oracle Server host
A separate proxy client host or NetWorker storage node, as required
For more information, refer to the appropriate NetWorker PowerSnap Module Installation
and Administrator’s Guide.
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After installation, the software components must be properly configured to enable
regular or proxy Oracle backup and restore operations. For these configuration
procedures, refer to the following:
•
•
Legato NetWorker Module for Oracle Administrator’s Guide, Release 4.1
NetWorker PowerSnap Module Installation and Administrator’s Guide
(Refer to the PowerSnap Module version for the primary storage system.)
Important: For NetWorker server release 7.x, ensure that the required user group
privileges are set in the appropriate NetWorker user groups. For more information,
refer to the Legato NetWorker Module for Oracle Administrator’s Guide, Release 4.1.
Related Documentation
The information in this guide is best used in conjunction with information from the
following sources:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Legato NetWorker Module for Oracle Administrator’s Guide, Release 4.1
Legato NetWorker Module for Oracle Release Supplement, Release 4.1
NetWorker PowerSnap Module Installation and Administrator’s Guide (for the
appropriate PowerSnap Module)
Legato NetWorker Administrator’s Guide (for the NetWorker server version)
Legato NetWorker Release Supplement (for the NetWorker server version)
Legato NetWorker Administrator program Online Help
Legato NetWorker Command Reference Guide (for NetWorker commands)
Legato NetWorker Module for Oracle Command Reference Guide (for NetWorker
Module for Oracle commands)
UNIX man pages (for NetWorker and NetWorker Module for Oracle commands)
Oracle backup and recovery documentation
The complete set of Legato documentation is provided in PDF form on the Legato
Documentation Suite CD-ROM shipped with the Legato software. The most up-to-date
Legato documentation is available on the Legato web site at www.legato.com.
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Chapter 2: Upgrade Procedures
To upgrade to NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1, see the appropriate section:
•
•
•
"Upgrading from NetWorker BusinesSuite Module for Oracle Release 2.x" on
page 15
"Upgrading from NetWorker Module for Oracle Release 3.x or 4.0" on page 16
"Upgrading from Legato Storage Manager or Legato Single Server Version
Release 6.1" on page 16
Note: To enable proxy Oracle operations, you must complete the upgrade by installing
and enabling the required NetWorker PowerSnap Module on both of the following:
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Oracle Server host
A separate proxy client host or NetWorker storage node, as required
Follow the instructions in the appropriate NetWorker PowerSnap Module Installation and
Administrator’s Guide.
Upgrading from NetWorker BusinesSuite Module for Oracle
Release 2.x
The supported UNIX operating systems support the coexistence of NetWorker Module
for Oracle release 4.1 and NetWorker BusinesSuite Module for Oracle release 2.x.
However, coexistence of these modules on the same Windows platform is not
supported.
Each of the modules support different Oracle Server releases:
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•
NetWorker BusinesSuite Module for Oracle supports Oracle Server release 7.x.
NetWorker Module for Oracle supports specific Oracle Server releases 8.x and
9.x.
Note: After upgrading to NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1, backups
performed with NetWorker BusinesSuite Module for Oracle release 2.x cannot be
restored.
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To upgrade from NetWorker BusinesSuite Module for Oracle release 2.x:
1. Verify that no Oracle database backups with NetWorker BusinesSuite Module for
Oracle are running on the Oracle Server host.
2. Uninstall NetWorker BusinesSuite Module for Oracle release 2.x by using the
instructions in the Legato NetWorker BusinesSuite Module for Oracle Installation Guide
for that software release.
3. Install and enable NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1 on the Oracle Server
host by using the instructions in "Chapter 3: Preparing to Install" on page 20.
4. Perform a full database backup by using the NetWorker Module for Oracle
software.
Upgrading from NetWorker Module for Oracle Release 3.x or 4.0
The release 4.1 module software cannot coexist on the same system with either of the
following earlier NetWorker Module for Oracle releases:
•
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Release 3.x
Release 4.0
To upgrade from NetWorker Module for Oracle release 3.x or 4.0:
1. Verify that no Oracle database backups with NetWorker Module for Oracle are
running on the Oracle Server host.
2. Uninstall NetWorker Module for Oracle release 3.x or 4.0 by using the instructions
in the Legato NetWorker Module for Oracle Installation Guide for that software release.
3. Install and enable NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1 on the Oracle Server
host by using the instructions in "Chapter 3: Preparing to Install" on page 20.
Upgrading from Legato Storage Manager or Legato Single
Server Version Release 6.1
The Legato Storage Manager or Legato Single Server Version release 6.1 software can
be upgraded to the latest release of the NetWorker server and NetWorker Module for
Oracle. This upgrade can be performed with or without retention of the existing Legato
Storage Manager or Legato Single Server Version backups.
To upgrade from Legato Storage Manager or Legato Single Server Version release 6.1,
see the appropriate section:
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"How to Upgrade without Keeping the Backups" on page 17
"How to Upgrade while Keeping the Backups" on page 17
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How to Upgrade without Keeping the Backups
To upgrade from Legato Storage Manager or Legato Single Server Version release 6.1
without keeping the backups, perform the following:
1. Perform a full uninstall of the software.
•
Uninstall the Legato Storage Manager software by using the instructions in
the Oracle Installation Guide.
• Uninstall the Legato Single Server Version software by using the instructions
in the Legato Single Server Version Installation Guide.
Notes:
• On UNIX, ensure that the /nsr directory is removed.
• On Windows, select the Complete Removal option during the uninstall.
2. Perform one of the following:
•
•
Use a NetWorker server already installed and enabled on a host other than
the Oracle Server.
Install and enable the NetWorker server software on either the Oracle Server
host or a different remote host by referring to the instructions in the Legato
NetWorker Installation Guide.
3. If the NetWorker server is installed on a host other than the Oracle Server, install
and enable the NetWorker client software on the Oracle Server host. Refer to the
client installation procedures in the Legato NetWorker Installation Guide.
4. Install and enable NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1 on the Oracle Server
host by using the instructions in "Chapter 3: Preparing to Install" on page 20.
How to Upgrade while Keeping the Backups
To upgrade from Legato Storage Manager or Legato Single Server Version release 6.1
while keeping the backups, perform the following:
1. On the Oracle Server host, back up the required directory:
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•
On UNIX, back up the /nsr directory.
On Windows, back up the <NetWorker_install_path> directory.
Note: For more information on the <NetWorker_install_path> directory, see
"Software Installation Path on Windows" on page 38.
The index and configuration files in this directory can be restored later from the
backup if problems occur during the upgrade.
2. Perform a partial uninstall of the software.
•
Uninstall the Legato Storage Manager software by using the instructions in
the Oracle Installation Guide.
• Uninstall the Legato Single Server Version software by using the instructions
in the Legato Single Server Version Installation Guide.
Notes:
• On UNIX, do not remove the /nsr directory.
• On Windows, select the Partial Removal option during the uninstall.
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3. Perform one of the following:
•
•
Use a NetWorker server already installed and enabled on a host other than
the Oracle Server.
Install and enable the NetWorker server software:
a. Install the NetWorker server software on either the Oracle Server host or
a different remote host.
For instructions, refer to the Legato NetWorker Installation Guide.
b. Enable the NetWorker server:
– If the NetWorker server is installed on a host other than the Oracle
Server, enable the NetWorker server by using the instructions in the
Legato NetWorker Installation Guide.
– If the NetWorker server is installed on the Oracle Server host, verify
that the NetWorker services are running. Then install the base enabler
code provided with the NetWorker server software by logging in as
either root (UNIX) or administrator (Windows), and entering the
following command:
nsrcap -u enabler_code
Register the NetWorker server software by using the instructions in
the Legato NetWorker Installation Guide.
4. Complete the upgrade of the indexes and configurations for the NetWorker server:
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•
If the NetWorker server is installed on the Oracle Server host, the Legato
Storage Manager or Legato Single Server Version indexes might also need to
be upgraded by using the oldindexasm or nsrindexasm command. The
appropriate command depends on the releases of the Legato Storage
Manager or Legato Single Server Version and NetWorker software involved.
For more information, refer to the following:
– Legato NetWorker Administrator’s Guide
– Legato Command Reference Guide
– UNIX man pages
If the NetWorker server is installed on a host other than the Oracle Server:
a. Move all the media used for the Legato Storage Manager or Legato Single
Server Version backups to the devices connected to the NetWorker server
host.
b. In the NetWorker server, configure the same resources (devices, pools,
and so on) as used previously in Legato Storage Manager or Legato
Single Server Version.
The resources can be configured manually in the NetWorker
Administrator program. The configurations might also need to be
restored from a previous Legato Storage Manager or Legato Single Server
Version backup by using the mmrecov or scanner command.
For more information, refer to the Legato NetWorker Administrator’s Guide
or Legato NetWorker Disaster Recovery Guide.
c. Migrate the Legato Storage Manager or Legato Single Server Version
indexes to the new host.
Depending on the operating system versions of the Oracle Server and
NetWorker server hosts, and the releases of the Legato Storage Manager
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or Legato Single Server Version and NetWorker software involved, the
index files might need to be copied manually to the new host.
For more information, refer to the Legato NetWorker Administrator’s Guide
or Legato NetWorker Disaster Recovery Guide.
d. Install and enable the NetWorker client software on the Oracle Server
host by referring to the client installation procedures in the Legato
NetWorker Installation Guide.
5. Install and enable NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1 on the Oracle Server
host by using the instructions in "Chapter 3: Preparing to Install" on page 20.
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Chapter 3: Preparing to Install
This chapter provides a roadmap for installing the NetWorker Module for Oracle
release 4.1 software on a supported operating system that does not have a previous
release of the software installed.
Important: If the NetWorker Module for Oracle software is downloaded from the
Legato web site, an enabler code is not included. The software downloaded from the
web site can only be evaluated. For more information on enabling NetWorker Module
for Oracle, see "Chapter 6: Evaluating and Licensing Procedures" on page 44.
For information on how to upgrade from a previous release of NetWorker Module for
Oracle, see "Chapter 2: Upgrade Procedures" on page 15.
This chapter includes the following sections:
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•
"Installation Roadmap" on page 20
"Installation Requirements" on page 21
Installation Roadmap
This section provides the roadmap for installing NetWorker Module for Oracle. Read
through this roadmap and the referenced sections before installing the software.
To install the NetWorker Module for Oracle software:
1. Ensure that all the installation requirements are met. For more information, see
"Installation Requirements" on page 21.
2. Install the NetWorker Module for Oracle software on either a single Oracle Server
host or a cluster, Oracle Parallel Server (OPS), or Real Application Cluster
(RAC) system.
For more information, see the appropriate chapter:
• "Chapter 4: Install Procedures on UNIX" on page 24
• "Chapter 5: Install Procedures on Windows" on page 38
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After the NetWorker Module for Oracle software is installed, it must be properly
configured for Oracle backup and restore operations. For more information, refer to
the following:
•
•
Legato NetWorker Module for Oracle Administrator’s Guide, Release 4.1
NetWorker PowerSnap Module Installation and Administrator’s Guide
(Refer to the PowerSnap Module version for the primary storage system.)
Installation Requirements
Before you install the NetWorker Module for Oracle software, you must meet all the
requirements outlined in these sections:
•
•
•
•
"Supported Operating Systems" on page 21
"Oracle Server Requirements" on page 22
"NetWorker Software Requirements" on page 22
"NetWorker Module for Oracle Requirements" on page 23
Notes:
•
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A cluster system must be running cluster software that supports clustered
Oracle, OPS, or RAC.
Proxy Oracle backups and restores are not supported on an OPS or RAC system.
For proxy Oracle backups and restores, you must also install the required
NetWorker PowerSnap Module. For more information, refer to the appropriate
NetWorker PowerSnap Module Installation and Administrator’s Guide.
Supported Operating Systems
Prior to installing the NetWorker Module for Oracle software, one of the following
supported operating systems must be installed:
•
•
•
•
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AIX
HP-UX
HP Tru64 UNIX
Linux
Solaris (SPARC)
Microsoft Windows
Notes:
•
•
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On AIX 5.1, the IBM patch IY36925 must be installed.
The 32-bit and 64-bit versions of NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1 can
coexist on the same 64-bit AIX, HP-UX (PA-RISC), or Solaris system.
On Linux with Oracle 8.1.6.1, the Oracle patch bug995765 must be installed. To
determine if the Linux system has the correct patch, run a test backup to a channel
allocated as type disk. If the backup fails, contact Oracle for the Linux system
patch. The patch is available at ftp://oracle-ftp.oracle.com.
For details on the specific operating system versions that the NetWorker Module for
Oracle supports, refer to the Legato Software Compatibility Guide on the Legato
web site.
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Oracle Server Requirements
Ensure that the following requirements are met on the Oracle Server host:
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A supported operating system is installed, as described in "Supported Operating
Systems" on page 21.
A supported Oracle Server release is installed:
– For UNIX, the supported Oracle Server releases are listed in Table 5, "Linking
Commands for Oracle Library File Installation on UNIX," on page 34.
– For Windows, the supported Oracle Server releases are 8.1.5, 8.1.6, 8.1.7, 9.0.1,
9.0.2, 9.2.
The Oracle Server release must be certified to run on the operating system. For
details on the operating systems that the Oracle Server release supports, refer to
the Oracle documentation.
NetWorker Software Requirements
For Oracle backups, ensure that the NetWorker software requirements in the following
sections are met:
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•
"NetWorker Server Software" on page 22
"NetWorker Client Software" on page 22
To ensure that the existing computer hardware is compatible with the NetWorker
software, refer to the Legato Hardware Compatibility Guide on the Legato web site.
NetWorker Server Software
A supported NetWorker server release 6.x or later (with all applicable patches) must
be installed on either the Oracle Server host or a different remote host for regular Oracle
backups.
NetWorker server release 7.1 is required for proxy backups.
The NetWorker server release must be certified to work with the NetWorker client
release installed on the Oracle Server host computer, and it must be supported on the
particular operating system. For details on the supported operating systems, refer to
the Legato Software Compatibility Guide on the Legato web site.
For details on how to install the NetWorker server software, refer to the Legato
NetWorker Installation Guide.
NetWorker Client Software
If the NetWorker server is not installed on the Oracle Server host, a supported
NetWorker client release 6.x or later (with all applicable patches) must be installed for
regular Oracle backups.
NetWorker client release 7.1 is required for proxy backups.
The NetWorker client release must be certified to run on the operating system. For
details on the supported operating systems, refer to the Legato Software Compatibility
Guide on the Legato web site.
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For details on how to install the NetWorker client software, refer to the Legato
NetWorker Installation Guide.
NetWorker Module for Oracle Requirements
Ensure that there is sufficient disk space on the Oracle Server host for the NetWorker
Module for Oracle software and its documentation (PDF files).
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•
The software requires 6 MB of disk space.
The documentation requires 2 MB of disk space.
For the locations of the documentation files on the Legato Documentation Suite
CD-ROM, refer to the Legato media kit roadmap. The most up-to-date documents
are also available on the Legato web site at www.legato.com. To view or print the
documents, use the Adobe Acrobat Reader.
For details on any patches required for the particular system, refer to the Support
section of the Legato web site at www.legato.com.
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Chapter 4: Install Procedures on UNIX
This chapter describes how to install NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1 on a
supported AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris, or Tru64 UNIX operating system.
To install the software on either a single Oracle Server host or a cluster, OPS, or RAC
system, see the appropriate section:
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•
"Installing on a Single Oracle Server Host" on page 24
"Installing on a Cluster, OPS, or RAC System" on page 37
Important: After the NetWorker Module for Oracle installation, if the NetWorker
software on the Oracle Server host is upgraded and the NetWorker client installation
directory is changed to a different location, the NetWorker Module for Oracle software
must be:
• Uninstalled according to the instructions in "Uninstalling on UNIX" on page 54.
• Reinstalled according to the "Installation Roadmap" on page 20.
Installing on a Single Oracle Server Host
To install and enable the NetWorker Module for Oracle software on a single Oracle
Server host running UNIX, perform the following tasks:
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•
•
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"Task 1: Access the Software" on page 24
"Task 2: Install the Software" on page 28
"Task 3: Link the NetWorker Module for Oracle Library File" on page 33
"Task 4: Enable the Software" on page 36
Note: The 32-bit and 64-bit versions of NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1 can
coexist on the same 64-bit AIX, HP-UX (PA-RISC), or Solaris system.
Task 1: Access the Software
Access the NetWorker Module for Oracle software files from any of these sources:
•
•
•
"From a Local CD-ROM" on page 25
"From a Remote CD-ROM" on page 26
"From the Legato Web Site" on page 27
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From a Local CD-ROM
To access the software files on an Oracle Server host with a local CD-ROM drive:
1. Log in as root on the Oracle Server host.
2. Insert and mount the NetWorker Module CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive:
# mount /dev/cd_drivename /mount_point
3. Go to the correct directory on the CD-ROM, as described in Table 1 on page 25.
Table 1. Accessing the Correct Directory on the Local CD-ROM
On this
system:
AIX
Enter the following command:
If installing 32-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle on AIX 4.3.x or 5.x:
# cd /mount_point/oracle/aix_32
If installing 64-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle on AIX 4.3.x:
# cd /mount_point/oracle/aix_64
If installing 64-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle on AIX 5.x:
# cd /mount_point/oracle/aix5L_64
HP-UX
If installing 32-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle on HP-UX (PA-RISC):
# cd /mount_point/oracle/hpux11_32
If installing 64-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle on HP-UX (PA-RISC):
# cd /mount_point/oracle/hpux11_64
If installing 64-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle on HP-UX (Itanium):
# cd /mount_point/oracle/hpux11_ia64
Linux
If installing on Linux (Intel):
# cd /mount_point/oracle/linux_x86
If installing on Linux (Itanium):
# cd /mount_point/oracle/linux_ia64
Solaris
If installing 32-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle:
# cd /mount_point/volume_label/oracle/solaris_32
If installing 64-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle:
# cd /mount_point/volume_label/oracle/solaris_64
Tru64 UNIX # cd /mount_point/oracle/tru64
4. Continue with "Task 2: Install the Software" on page 28.
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From a Remote CD-ROM
To access the software files from a remote CD-ROM drive:
1. Insert and mount the NetWorker Module CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive on the
remote UNIX computer:
# mount /dev/cd_drivename /mount_point
2. Make the mounted CD-ROM exportable through the network filesystem (NFS).
3. Log in as root on the local Oracle Server host.
4. Create a mount point on the local host. For example:
# mkdir /tmpmntdir
5. NFS-mount the remote CD-ROM onto the local host, as described in Table 2 on
page 26.
Table 2. NFS-Mounting the Remote CD-ROM
On this
system:
AIX
Enter the following command:
If installing 32-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle on AIX 4.3.x or 5.x:
# mount remote_host:/mount_point/oracle/aix_32 /tmpmntdir
If installing 64-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle on AIX 4.3.x:
# mount remote_host:/mount_point/oracle/aix_64 /tmpmntdir
If installing 64-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle on AIX 5.x:
# mount remote_host:/mount_point/oracle/aix5L_64 /tmpmntdir
HP-UX
If installing 32-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle on HP-UX (PA-RISC):
# mount remote_host:/mount_point/oracle/hpux11_32 /tmpmntdir
If installing 64-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle on HP-UX (PA-RISC):
# mount remote_host:/mount_point/oracle/hpux11_64 /tmpmntdir
If installing 64-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle on HP-UX (Itanium):
# mount remote_host:/mount_point/oracle/hpux11_ia64 /tmpmntdir
Linux
If installing on Linux (Intel):
# mount remote_host:/mount_point/oracle/linux_x86 /tmpmntdir
If installing on Linux (Itanium):
# mount remote_host:/mount_point//oracle/linux_ia64 /tmpmntdir
Solaris
If installing 32-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle:
# mount remote_host:/mount_point/volume_label/oracle/solaris_32
/tmpmntdir
If installing 64-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle:
# mount remote_host:/mount_point/volume_label/oracle/solaris_64
/tmpmntdir
Tru64 UNIX # mount remote_host:/mount_point/oracle/tru64 /tmpmntdir
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6. Go to the mounted directory:
# cd /tmpmntdir
7. Continue with "Task 2: Install the Software" on page 28.
From the Legato Web Site
The evaluation release of NetWorker Module for Oracle downloaded from the Legato
web site contains tarred and compressed versions of the software files.
Important: Ensure that there is sufficient free disk space (10 MB) to contain both the
compressed download file and the fully uncompressed and untarred files.
To access the software files from the Legato web site:
1. Request the NetWorker Module for Oracle software.
a. Go to the Legato web site at www.legato.com.
b. Click the Downloads link.
c. On the Evaluation Software Request page, select NetWorker Module for
Oracle from the products list. Then from the resulting table of products, click
NetWorker Module for Oracle, release 4.1 for the particular UNIX platform.
d. Complete and submit the Evaluation Request Form with the contact
information. A Legato Inside Sales Representative will send you an e-mail
with a URL to the NetWorker Module for Oracle download file on the Legato
FTP site.
2. Access the software.
a. Log in as root on the Oracle Server host.
b. Create a temporary installation directory in a local filesystem with sufficient
free disk space (10 MB) to contain and extract the downloaded software.
For example:
# mkdir /usr/nsr_extract_nmo
c. Click the URL you received to download the NetWorker Module for Oracle
software to the temporary directory you created, for example,
/usr/nsr_extract_nmo.
d. Go to the installation directory. For example:
# cd /usr/nsr_extract_nmo
e. Uncompress the downloaded file by entering the gunzip command, and
replacing the filename.tar.gz name with the specific download filename:
# gunzip filename.tar.gz
f. Extract the uncompressed, tarred file:
# tar xvpf filename.tar
The distribution software files are listed as the extraction proceeds.
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g. Remain in the installation directory created in step b, for example,
/usr/nsr_extract_nmo.
3. Continue with "Task 2: Install the Software" on page 28.
Task 2: Install the Software
Once you have accessed the software files, you are ready to begin the installation.
To install the software on the UNIX system:
1. Ensure that you are logged in as root on the Oracle Server host.
2. Ensure that you are in the correct directory, as described in the following:
• "From a Local CD-ROM" on page 25
• "From a Remote CD-ROM" on page 26
• "From the Legato Web Site" on page 27
Notes:
• If the installation is not started from the correct directory, the installation
might fail.
• The Oracle database does not need to be shut down during the installation.
3. Perform one of the following:
•
•
To install the software on a system that does not yet contain the NetWorker
Module for Oracle release 4.1, follow the instructions in "How to Install on a
System without the Software" on page 28.
To install the software on a 64-bit AIX, HP-UX (PA-RISC), or Solaris system
that already contains either the 32-bit or 64-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle
release 4.1, follow the instructions in "How to Install on a 64-Bit System
Containing the 32-Bit or 64-Bit Software" on page 32.
4. If the MANPATH environment variable does not include the pathname of the
directory containing the NetWorker Module for Oracle man pages, modify the
variable to include the correct pathname, to enable access to the man pages with
the man command.
The module man pages are installed in the same location as NetWorker client man
pages. For example, with the man pages in the default directory, ensure that the
MANPATH environment variable includes the /usr/man pathname.
How to Install on a System without the Software
To install on a system that does not contain the software, see the appropriate section:
•
•
•
•
•
"How to Install on AIX" on page 29
"How to Install on HP-UX" on page 30
"How to Install on Linux" on page 30
"How to Install on Solaris" on page 31
"How to Install on Tru64 UNIX" on page 32
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How to Install on AIX
To install on an AIX system that does not contain the software, invoke either the
installp command line interface or the smit GUI program:
•
To invoke the command line interface, enter the following command:
# installp -a -d /dir_pathname LGTOnmo.rte
where /dir_pathname is the complete pathname of the correct directory, as described
in the following:
• "From a Local CD-ROM" on page 25
• "From a Remote CD-ROM" on page 26
• "From the Legato Web Site" on page 27
To verify that the installation succeeded, enter the following command:
# lslpp -L all | grep -i lgtonmo
•
If the lslpp command output includes LGTOnmo.rte 4.1.0.0, the installation
succeeded.
To invoke the GUI program, perform the following:
a. Enter the following command:
# smit&
b. In the System Management list of the main window, select Software
Installation and Maintenance.
c. In the Software Installation and Maintenance list, select Install and Update
Software.
d. In the Install and Update Software list, select Install Software.
e. In the “INPUT device/directory for software” field in the Install Software
window, enter the complete pathname of the correct directory, as described
in the following:
– "From a Local CD-ROM" on page 25
– "From a Remote CD-ROM" on page 26
– "From the Legato Web Site" on page 27
Note: Do not add LGTOnmo.rte at the end of the directory pathname.
f. At the bottom of the list that appears in the Install Software window, click
OK.
g. In the message box that prompts whether to continue, click OK.
h. When the installation is complete, click Done.
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How to Install on HP-UX
To install on an HP-UX system that does not contain the software, enter the swinstall
command to invoke either the command line interface or the GUI program:
•
•
To invoke the swinstall command line interface, enter the following command:
# swinstall -x mount_all_filesystems=false
-s /dir_pathname/LGTOnmo.pkg NMO
where /dir_pathname is the complete pathname of the directory containing the
LGTOnmo.pkg package, as described in the following:
• "From a Local CD-ROM" on page 25
• "From a Remote CD-ROM" on page 26
• "From the Legato Web Site" on page 27
To invoke the swinstall GUI program, enter the following command:
# swinstall -x mount_all_filesystems=false -i
-s /dir_pathname/LGTOnmo.pkg NMO
Select Actions>Install (analysis). When the system analysis is complete, a Status of
“Ready with Warnings” is normal. To complete the installation,
click OK.
How to Install on Linux
Important: The software must be installed in the same base directory as the NetWorker
client software. The software is relocatable during the installation on Linux—but only to
the same relocation path as the NetWorker client. For example, if the NetWorker client
software is installed in the /disk1 (nondefault) directory, NetWorker Module for Oracle
must also be installed in the /disk1 directory.
To install on a Linux system that does not contain the software, enter the appropriate
rpm command:
•
On Linux (Intel):
# rpm -i lgtonmo-4.1-1.i686.rpm
•
On Linux (Itanium):
# rpm -i lgtonmo-4.1-1.ia64.rpm
To verify that the installation succeeded, enter the rpm -aq command:
# rpm -aq | grep -i lgto
If the command output includes the following lines, the installation succeeded:
•
On Linux (Intel):
lgtoclnt-7.1-1
lgtonmo-4.1-1-1.i686.rpm
•
On Linux (Itanium):
lgtoclnt-7.1-1
lgtonmo-4.1-1-1.ia64.rpm
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Note: If NetWorker server software is also installed on the Linux system, the rpm -aq
command will produce other output lines in addition to these two lines.
How to Install on Solaris
To install on a Solaris system that does not contain the software, perform the following:
1. Verify the basedir variable setting in the /var/sadm/install/admin/default file. The
basedir variable in this file can be set to one of three possible values:
•
•
•
If basedir=default, the software will be installed in the same directory as the
NetWorker client software.
If basedir=ask, you will be prompted for the name of the base directory where
the software will be installed.
If basedir=/dirpath, the software will be installed in the /dirpath directory.
/dirpath must be the pathname of the NetWorker client software base
directory, as determined by this pkgparam command:
# pkgparam LGTOclnt BASEDIR
Important: The software must be installed in the same base directory as the NetWorker
client software. The software is relocatable during the installation on Solaris—but only
to the same relocation path as the NetWorker client. For example, if the NetWorker
client software is installed in the /disk1 (nondefault) directory, NetWorker Module for
Oracle must also be installed in the /disk1 directory.
2. Enter the pkgadd command as follows:
# pkgadd -d /dir_pathname LGTOnmo
where /dir_pathname is the complete pathname of the directory containing the
LGTOnmo package.
3. Complete the installation steps, depending on the basedir variable setting in the
/var/sadm/install/admin/default file.
•
•
If basedir=default in the file, enter y when prompted whether to continue the
installation.
The software is installed in the same directory as the NetWorker client
software.
If basedir=ask in the file, perform the following:
a. Enter the result of the pkgparam LGTOclnt BASEDIR command when
prompted for the pathname of the base directory.
b. Enter y when prompted whether to continue the installation.
The software is installed in the specified base directory.
Note: If an incorrect pathname is entered at the prompt, the installation
displays an error and the software is installed in the incorrect directory. In
this case, uninstall the software using the pkgrm LGTOnmo command
and reinstall it, entering the correct pathname at the first pkgadd prompt.
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•
If basedir=/dirpath in the file, enter y when prompted whether to continue the
installation.
The software is installed in the specified /dirpath directory.
Note: If /dirpath is not the base directory where the NetWorker client software
is installed, the installation displays an error and the software is installed in the
incorrect directory. In this case:
a. Uninstall the software using the pkgrm LGTOnmo command.
b. Correct basedir=/dirpath in the /var/sadm/install/admin/default file.
c. Reinstall the software.
How to Install on Tru64 UNIX
To install on a Tru64 UNIX system that does not contain the software, perform the
following:
1. Enter the following setld command:
# setld -l .
2. At the prompt, select to install the LGTONMO410 subset.
3. When the subset installation is complete and the prompt appears, enter q to exit.
How to Install on a 64-Bit System Containing the 32-Bit or 64-Bit Software
To install on a 64-bit AIX, HP-UX (PA-RISC), or Solaris system that already contains
either the 32-bit or 64-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1, perform one of the
following:
•
To install the 32-bit software on the 64-bit system that contains the 64-bit
software, copy the 32-bit library file from the correct directory to /usr/lib, as listed
in Table 3 on page 32. The library file is located either on the software release
CD-ROM or in the web download of the 32-bit software, as appropriate.
Table 3. Library File to Copy for the 32-Bit Software Install
On this system:
Copy this file to /usr/lib:
64-bit AIX
aix_32/lib32/libnwora32.a
64-bit HP-UX (PA-RISC)
hpux11_32/lib32/libnwora32.sl
64-bit Solaris
solaris_32/lib32/libnwora32.so
•
To install the 64-bit software on the 64-bit system that contains the 32-bit
software, copy the 64-bit library file from the correct directory to /usr/lib, as listed
in Table 4 on page 33. The library file is located either on the software release
CD-ROM or in the web download of the 64-bit software, as appropriate.
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Table 4. Library File to Copy for the 64-Bit Software Install
On this system:
Copy this file to /usr/lib:
64-bit AIX 4.3.x
aix_64/lib64/libnwora64.a
64-bit AIX 5.x
aix5L_64/lib64/libnwora64.a
64-bit HP-UX (PA-RISC)
hpux11_64/lib64/libnwora64.sl
64-bit Solaris
solaris_64/lib64/libnwora64.so
Note: To install both the 32-bit and 64-bit software from web download on the same
computer, you must download both the 32-bit and 64-bit NetWorker Module for Oracle
packages from the web site.
Task 3: Link the NetWorker Module for Oracle Library File
After installing the software files, you need to link the module library file with the
Oracle Server for each Oracle installation that will use the module software for its
backups. Depending on the operating system and Oracle Server release, the commands
to link the library (see Table 5 on page 34) perform one or both of the following:
•
•
Replace a symbolic link to the NetWorker Module for Oracle library.
Relink the library with the Oracle libraries.
Guidelines for Entering the Linking Commands
Table 5 on page 34 lists the commands for linking the module library file. Refer to the
following guidelines when entering the commands on the UNIX system:
•
•
•
A default NetWorker Module for Oracle installation is assumed, with the
NetWorker Module for Oracle library file installed in the default directory,
/usr/lib.
The commands apply only to Oracle base releases (if available). Link instructions
might vary with patched releases of the Oracle Server.
The Oracle Server release is assumed to be 32-bit unless stated otherwise.
How to Link the NetWorker Module for Oracle Library File
Perform this procedure for each Oracle installation that will use the module software
for its backups.
Note: If installing on Oracle9i, you are not required to shut down and restart Oracle
instances that use the ORACLE_HOME (steps 2 and 4) when linking the library file.
To link the module library file with the Oracle Server:
1. Log in as the ORACLE_HOME owner:
# su ORACLE_HOME_owner
2. Shut down all Oracle instances that use this ORACLE_HOME.
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3. Perform the following:
•
If the software was installed by using the instructions in "How to Install on a
System without the Software" on page 28:
– If the software was not relocated during the installation, enter the
appropriate commands from Table 5 on page 34.
– If the software was relocated to the relocation_path directory during the
installation, do one of the following:
– Manually copy the libnwora.* library file to the default directory
/usr/lib and enter the linking commands from Table 5.
– Enter the linking commands from Table 5, replacing the default
pathname /usr/lib/libnwora.* with relocation_path/libnwora.*.
• On 64-bit AIX, HP-UX (PA-RISC), or Solaris, if the software was installed by
copying the libnwora32.* or libnwora64.* file to /usr/lib, enter the appropriate
commands from Table 5 on page 34, replacing libnwora.* with either
libnwora32.* or libnwora64.*, as appropriate.
Notes:
• On HP-UX (Itanium), the linking command includes the libnwora.so and
libobk.so files, which have a different filename extension from the libnwora.sl
and libobk.sl files on HP-UX (PA-RISC).
• On Tru64 UNIX, the linking commands for Oracle Server releases 8.1.5 and
8.1.6 include the libobk.so file instead of the default libobk.a file, to avoid
linking problems if the NetWorker BusinesSuite Module for Oracle release 2.x
is already installed on the same system.
4. Restart all Oracle instances that use this ORACLE_HOME.
Table 5. Linking Commands for Oracle Library File Installation on UNIX (Part 1 of 3)
On this
system:
AIX
HP-UX
(Itanium)
With these
Oracle
releases:
Use these commands to relink and/or change the symbolic link:
8.1.5
8.1.6
8.1.7
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.a
% ln -s /usr/lib/libnwora.a libobk.a
8.1.5 64-bit
8.1.6 64-bit
8.1.7 64-bit
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib64
% rm libobk.a
% ln -s /usr/lib/libnwora.a libobk.a
9.0.1 64-bit
9.2 64-bit
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% ln -s /usr/lib/libnwora.a libobk.a
9.2 64-bit
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% ln -s /usr/lib/libnwora.so libobk.so
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Table 5. Linking Commands for Oracle Library File Installation on UNIX (Part 2 of 3)
On this
system:
HP-UX
(PA-RISC)
Linux
Solaris
With these
Oracle
releases:
Use these commands to relink and/or change the symbolic link:
8.1.5
8.1.6
8.1.7
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.sl
% ln -s /usr/lib/libnwora.sl libobk.sl
8.1.5 64-bit
8.1.6 64-bit
8.1.7 64-bit
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib64
% rm libobk.sl
% ln -s /usr/lib/libnwora.sl libobk.sl
9.0.1 64-bit
9.2 64-bit
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% ln -s /usr/lib/libnwora.sl libobk.sl
8.1.6.1 with
Oracle
patch
bug995765
on Linux
Relink Oracle:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/lib
% make -f ins_rdbms.mk ioracle
LLIBOBK=/usr/lib/libnwora.so
8.1.7
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.so
% ln -s /usr/lib/libnwora.so libobk.so
9.0.1
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% ln -s /usr/lib/libnwora.so libobk.so
8.1.5
8.1.7
To change the symbolic link, enter:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.so
% ln -s /usr/lib/libnwora.so libobk.so
8.1.6
To change the symbolic link, enter:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.so
% ln -s /usr/lib/libnwora.so libobk.so
To relink Oracle, enter:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/lib
% make -f ins_rdbms.mk ioracle
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Table 5. Linking Commands for Oracle Library File Installation on UNIX (Part 3 of 3)
On this
system:
Solaris
With these
Oracle
releases:
Use these commands to relink and/or change the symbolic link:
8.1.5 64-bit
8.1.7 64-bit
To change the symbolic link, enter:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib64
% rm libobk.so
% ln -s /usr/lib/libnwora.so libobk.so
8.1.6 64-bit
To change the symbolic link, enter:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib64
% rm libobk.so
% ln -s /usr/lib/libnwora.so libobk.so
% ln -s /usr/lib/libnwora.so libnwora.so
To relink Oracle, enter:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/lib
% make -f ins_rdbms.mk ioracle
9.0.1
9.2
9.0.1 64-bit
9.2 64-bit
To change the symbolic link, enter:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% ln -s /usr/lib/libnwora.so libobk.so
Tru64 UNIX 8.1.5
8.1.6
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.a
% ln -s /usr/shlib/libnwora.so libobk.so
Relink Oracle:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/lib
% make -f ins_rdbms.mk ioracle
8.1.7
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.so
% ln -s /usr/shlib/libnwora.so libobk.so
9.0.1
9.2 64-bit
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% ln -s /usr/shlib/libnwora.so libobk.so
Task 4: Enable the Software
After installation, enable the NetWorker Module for Oracle software by using the
instructions in "Chapter 6: Evaluating and Licensing Procedures" on page 44.
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Installing on a Cluster, OPS, or RAC System
NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1 supports the following UNIX cluster, OPS,
and RAC systems:
•
•
•
•
AIX with IBM’s High Availability Cluster Multiprocessing (HACMP)
HP-UX with MC/ServiceGuard (for cluster) and MC/Lock Manager (for OPS and
RAC)
Solaris with Sun Cluster
Tru64 UNIX with TruCluster
Note: NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1 does not support OPS or RAC systems
with proxy backups. The software supports the following only:
•
•
Cluster systems with regular and proxy backups
OPS and RAC systems with regular backups
For details on the operating system and Oracle Server versions supported with cluster,
OPS, and RAC systems, refer to the current Legato Software Compatibility Guide on the
Legato web site.
Install NetWorker Module for Oracle on each required node of a cluster to be used for
backup and restore operations:
1. Meet all the requirements in "Installation Requirements" on page 21.
2. Follow the instructions in "Installing on a Single Oracle Server Host" on page 24.
The NetWorker client software for a supported cluster platform might not be certified
to run in the cluster environment. This will not, however, affect the functionality of
NetWorker Module for Oracle on the cluster, OPS, or RAC system.
The NetWorker client software (certified or not) on the cluster platform can:
•
•
Be installed and configured along with NetWorker Module for Oracle on each
node of the cluster.
Work with NetWorker Module for Oracle to perform Oracle backups and restores
through Recovery Manager (RMAN) scripts.
Important: To back up and restore important Oracle files such as init<oracle_sid>.ora
that are not backed up or restored through RMAN scripts, use NetWorker client
software that is certified for the cluster.
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This chapter describes how to install NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1 on a
supported Windows operating system.
Note: For the convention used in this guide to refer to the NetWorker software
installation path on Windows, see "Software Installation Path on Windows" on
page 38.
To install the software on either a single Oracle Server host or a cluster, OPS, or RAC
system, see the appropriate section:
•
•
"Installing on a Single Oracle Server Host" on page 39
"Installing on a Cluster, OPS, or RAC System" on page 42
Important: After the NetWorker Module for Oracle installation, if the NetWorker
software on the Oracle Server host is upgraded and the NetWorker client installation
directory is changed to a different location, the NetWorker Module for Oracle software
must be:
• Uninstalled according to the instructions in "Uninstalling on Windows" on
page 60.
• Reinstalled according to the "Installation Roadmap" on page 20.
Software Installation Path on Windows
This guide refers to the root directory of the NetWorker installation path on Windows
by using the variable NetWorker_install_path. The actual location represented by this
variable depends on when and how the NetWorker software was installed on the
Windows platform.
For new installations of NetWorker release 7.0 and later, the default location is
%SystemDrive%\Program Files\Legato\nsr.
The installation path is not changed during a NetWorker update. For example, an
installation of NetWorker release 6.x software that has been updated to release 7.0 has
the default installation path %SystemDrive%\Program Files\nsr.
In NetWorker documentation, references to locations under the installation root use
the NetWorker_install_path variable in the path statement. For example, the daemon.log
file is located in the <NetWorker_install_path>\logs directory.
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Note: During a NetWorker installation, you can specify a nondefault location. For
more information on NetWorker installation procedures, refer to the appropriate
Legato NetWorker Installation Guide.
Installing on a Single Oracle Server Host
To install and enable the NetWorker Module for Oracle software on a single Oracle
Server host running Windows, perform the following tasks:
•
•
•
"Task 1: Access the Software" on page 39
"Task 2: Install the Software" on page 41
"Task 3: Enable the Software" on page 42
Task 1: Access the Software
Access the NetWorker Module for Oracle software files from any of these sources:
•
•
•
"From a Local CD-ROM" on page 39
"From a Remote CD-ROM" on page 40
"From the Legato Web Site" on page 40
From a Local CD-ROM
To access the software files on an Oracle Server host with a local CD-ROM drive:
1. Log on as administrator on the Oracle Server host.
2. Insert the NetWorker Module CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
3. Select the CD-ROM drive in Windows Explorer.
4. Go to the correct directory on the CD-ROM, as described in Table 6 on page 39.
Table 6. Directory Containing the Software
On this system:
Go to this directory:
Windows (Intel)
oracle\win_x86\networkr
Windows (Itanium)
oracle\win_ia64\networkr
5. Continue with "Task 2: Install the Software" on page 41.
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From a Remote CD-ROM
To access the software files from a remote CD-ROM drive:
1. Insert the NetWorker Module CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive on the remote
Windows computer.
2. Mount the CD-ROM drive as a shared network volume.
For information on how to mount and share volumes over a network, refer to your
Windows documentation.
3. Log on as administrator on the local Oracle Server host.
4. Map a drive to the shared volume created on the remote computer.
Important: The use of other methods to access the shared volume, such as navigating
to the volume by using the Network Neighborhood, produces an error message during
the software installation.
5. On the mapped drive, go to the correct directory, as described in Table 6 on
page 39.
6. Continue with "Task 2: Install the Software" on page 41.
From the Legato Web Site
To access the software files from the Legato web site:
1. Request the NetWorker Module for Oracle software.
a. Go to the Legato web site at www.legato.com.
b. Click the Downloads link.
c. On the Evaluation Software Request page, select NetWorker Module for
Oracle from the products list. Then from the resulting table of products, click
NetWorker Module for Oracle, release 4.1 for the Windows platform.
d. Complete and submit the Evaluation Request form with the contact
information. A Legato Inside Sales Representative will send you an e-mail
with a URL to the NetWorker Module for Oracle download file on the Legato
FTP site.
2. Access the software.
a. Log on as Administrator to the Oracle Server host.
b. Create a temporary installation directory in a local filesystem with sufficient
free disk space (6 MB) to contain the downloaded software file. For example:
mkdir c:\instdir
c. Click the URL you received to download the NetWorker Module for Oracle
software to the temporary directory you created, for example, c:\instdir.
3. Continue with "Task 2: Install the Software" on page 41.
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Task 2: Install the Software
Once you have accessed the software files, you are ready to begin the installation.
To install the software on Windows:
1. Ensure that you are logged on as administrator on the Oracle Server host.
2. Shut down the Oracle instances and services.
3. Ensure that you are in the correct directory, as described in these sections:
•
•
•
"From a Local CD-ROM" on page 39
"From a Remote CD-ROM" on page 40
"From the Legato Web Site" on page 40
Note: If the installation is not started from the correct directory, the installation
might fail.
4. Run the installation program.
•
•
If installing from the NetWorker Module CD-ROM, run the setup.exe
program.
If installing from the web download file, run the correct program, as
described in Table 7 on page 41.
Table 7. Installation Program from the Web Download
On this system:
Run this program from the web download:
Windows (Intel)
nmo41_win_x86.exe
Windows (Itanium)
nmo41_win_ia64.exe
5. In the Setup dialog box, select the Install option to start the installation.
The installation program installs the software binaries in the same directory as the
NetWorker client binaries—the <NetWorker_install_path>\bin directory—by
default.
Notes:
• For more information on the <NetWorker_install_path> directory, see
"Software Installation Path on Windows" on page 38.
• If the installation program detects no NetWorker client binaries on the
Windows system, it displays an error message and exits without installing the
NetWorker Module for Oracle software.
6. Verify that the system Path environment variable includes the NetWorker client
installation directory. If required, add the NetWorker client installation directory
to the system Path variable.
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Important: Do not include any spaces before or after the NetWorker client directory
pathname in the system Path environment variable. If there are any spaces before or
after the pathname in the variable, the Oracle software cannot locate the NetWorker
Module for Oracle library file, orasbt.dll, during backup and restore operations.
The following examples show invalid Path variable entries that contain a space before
or after the NetWorker client directory pathname, C:\Program Files\nsr\bin. (The
characters before and after the space appear in bold font, to be easier to distinguish.)
%SystemRoot%\System32;...; C:\Program Files\nsr\bin;...
%SystemRoot%\System32;...;C:\Program Files\nsr\bin ;...
The following example shows a valid Path variable entry.
%SystemRoot%\System32;...;C:\Program Files\nsr\bin;...
Note: The NetWorker client directory pathname itself can contain spaces.
7. Reboot the Windows system and verify that the Oracle instances and services were
restarted.
8. If it is a Windows NT system running an unpatched release of Oracle 8.1.5, set the
db_domain parameter in the init<oracle_sid>.ora files.
For example, in the following line from an init<oracle_sid>.ora file, replace
empire.legato.com with the fully qualified domain name of the Windows NT system:
db_domain = empire.legato.com
Task 3: Enable the Software
After installation, enable the NetWorker Module for Oracle software by using the
instructions in "Chapter 6: Evaluating and Licensing Procedures" on page 44.
Installing on a Cluster, OPS, or RAC System
On a Windows cluster, OPS, or RAC system, the NetWorker Module for Oracle
supports any clustering software that Oracle supports.
Note: NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1 does not support OPS or RAC systems
for proxy backups.
For details on the operating system and Oracle versions supported with cluster, OPS,
and RAC systems, refer to the current Legato Software Compatibility Guide on the Legato
web site.
Install NetWorker Module for Oracle on each required node of a cluster to be used for
backup and restore operations:
1. Meet all the requirements in "Installation Requirements" on page 21.
2. Follow the instructions in "Installing on a Single Oracle Server Host" on page 39.
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The NetWorker client software for a supported cluster platform might not be certified
to run in the cluster environment. This will not, however, affect the functionality of
NetWorker Module for Oracle on the cluster, OPS, or RAC system.
The NetWorker client software (certified or not) on the cluster platform can:
•
•
Be installed and configured along with NetWorker Module for Oracle on each
node of the cluster.
Work with NetWorker Module for Oracle to perform Oracle backups and restores
through RMAN scripts.
Important: To back up and restore important Oracle files such as init<oracle_sid>.ora
that are not backed up or restored through RMAN scripts, use NetWorker client
software that is certified for the cluster.
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When NetWorker software is installed, it is in a temporary evaluation mode with all of
the features available. This chapter explains how to enable the NetWorker software
and features for permanent use. The chapter also describes the Legato NetWorker
licensing model and provides a basic explanation of licensing for the different
NetWorker editions, modules, and features, but it does not provide a comprehensive
description of every possible licensing scenario. For specific licensing questions,
contact a Legato Sales Representative.
The chapter includes the following sections:
•
•
•
•
•
"How NetWorker Software Is Licensed" on page 44
"The Evaluation Process" on page 45
"The Licensing Process" on page 47
"NetWorker Licenses" on page 51
"Managing Legato Licenses" on page 53
How NetWorker Software Is Licensed
Licensing NetWorker software means entering enabler and authorization codes on the
server for the NetWorker environment. Without these codes, the software or added
features will not run beyond the evaluation period.
Each installation of NetWorker server software must be licensed with a base enabler
which “turns on” the software and allows you to use a particular bundle of features,
such as a specified number of clients and devices. All licensing takes place on the
server: The licenses are entered and stored on the server, and the server enforces the
licensing.
Base enablers come in four editions:
•
•
•
•
Power Edition
Network Edition
Workgroup Edition
Business Edition
These four editions enable varying degrees of functionality. Add-on enablers allow a
broader scope of features. For more information about the editions and different
functionality, see "NetWorker Licenses" on page 51.
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The Evaluation Process
Evaluating NetWorker software can take place in two ways:
•
•
By evaluating a new installation of the software on a NetWorker server.
By evaluating NetWorker features on an existing NetWorker installation.
Evaluating a New Installation
When you first install the NetWorker software, you can evaluate it with all the
modules and features for 30 days free without entering any codes. If 30 days is not
enough, you can gain an additional 15 days by entering "grace" in the Auth Code
attribute, as described in "How to Apply Grace" on page 46.
By the end of the evaluation period, you must purchase, enter, and authorize a base
enabler to continue using the NetWorker software to back up data. The base enabler is
the license that enables the edition purchased. To obtain a base enabler, contact either
Legato Sales or a Legato Reseller. For contact information, see "Information and
Services" on page 9. For more information about entering and authorizing the enabler,
see "The Licensing Process" on page 47.
To continue using some of the modules and features that were available with the
evaluation software, you may need to purchase add-on enablers, depending on the
edition of base enabler you purchase. For more information about the different
NetWorker editions and features, see "NetWorker Licenses" on page 51.
Evaluating Features on an Existing Installation
If you are evaluating one or more NetWorker modules or features on an edition of
NetWorker software that has already been installed and enabled, you must enter a
temporary enabler for each module or feature. The temporary enabler is valid for
45 days.
•
•
To obtain a temporary enabler code, refer to the Contents documentation in the
Legato Media Kit, or contact Legato Sales or a Legato Reseller.
To enter the temporary enabler code, see "How to Enter a Temporary Enabler
Code" on page 46.
Note: If the Business, Network, or Workgroup edition is already installed and enabled
on a computer, and you want to evaluate Power Edition, Legato recommends using a
different computer as a temporary NetWorker server for evaluation purposes.
If 45 days is not enough, you can gain an additional 15 days by entering "grace" in the
Auth Code attribute, as described in "How to Apply Grace" on page 46.
By the end of the evaluation period, you must purchase, enter, and authorize the
corresponding license enablers to continue using modules or features you have
evaluated. For instructions, see "The Licensing Process" on page 47. For more
information about the different NetWorker editions and features, see "NetWorker
Licenses" on page 51.
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How to Enter a Temporary Enabler Code
To enter the temporary enabler code:
On UNIX:
1. Log in as root or as NetWorker administrator on the NetWorker server.
2. Start the NetWorker Administrator program.
# nwadmin &
3. From the Server menu, select Registration.
The Registration window opens.
4. In the Registration window, click the Create button.
5. Enter the enabler code in the Enabler Code attribute.
Filling in the Comment attribute is optional.
6. Click Apply.
On Windows:
1. Log on as administrator or NetWorker administrator on the NetWorker server.
2. Start the NetWorker Administrator program.
3. In the Configure tab, click Registration.
The Registration window opens.
4. In the Registration window, right-click Registration and select Create.
5. Enter the enabler code in the Enabler Code attribute.
6. Click OK.
Important: The temporary enabler code is valid on only one computer in a network. If
you enter the same code on more than one computer in a network, a copy protection
violation error occurs and the NetWorker server software is disabled on all NetWorker
servers with duplicate enablers.
How to Apply Grace
To apply the grace period at the end of the evaluation period:
1. Perform step 1 through step 3 of the preceding procedure, "How to Enter a
Temporary Enabler Code".
2. Complete the procedure to apply grace as follows:
On UNIX:
a. In the Registration window, enter "grace" in the Auth Code attribute.
b. Click Apply.
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On Windows:
a. Double-click the icon of the required product.
b. Enter "grace" in the Auth Code attribute.
c. Click OK.
The Licensing Process
To permanently use NetWorker software, you must purchase and enter a license
enabler code, and then authorize it. This licensing process is the same for all editions
of NetWorker software as well as for individual modules and features. To purchase the
license enabler, contact a Legato Sales Representative.
The license enabler code that you purchase is valid for 45 days, as a registration period.
During the registration period, you must obtain and enter a corresponding
authorization code.
The following sections explain how to enter and authorize the license enabler:
•
•
•
"Task 1: Enter the License Enabler Code" on page 47
"Task 2: Obtain an Authorization Code" on page 48
"Task 3: Enter the Authorization Code" on page 50
Task 1: Enter the License Enabler Code
License enabler codes are included in either the letter announcing the updated or
upgraded software, or on the Enabler Certificate you receive when you purchase a
software license. This depends on whether the software purchased is a first-time
purchase, or an updated or upgraded version.
Note: To save time when entering a number of licences, enter the base enabler last.
Otherwise, once a base enabler is entered, devices that do not yet have licenses entered
may be disabled; those devices would have to be re-enabled manually after their
licenses were installed.
To enter the license enabler code:
On UNIX:
1. Log in as root or as NetWorker administrator on the NetWorker server.
2. Start the NetWorker Administrator program.
# nwadmin &
3. From the Server menu, select Registration.
The Registration window opens.
4. If the Registration list displays a temporary enabler for the product or feature
being licensed, highlight the enabler and click the Delete button.
5. In the Registration window, click the Create button.
6. Enter the enabler code in the Enabler Code attribute.
Filling in the Comment attribute is optional.
7. Click Apply.
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On Windows:
1. Log on as administrator or NetWorker administrator on the NetWorker server.
2. Start the NetWorker Administrator program.
3. In the Configure tab, click Registration.
The Registration window opens.
4. If the Registration list displays a temporary enabler for the product or feature
being licensed:
a. Right-click the enabler.
b. Select Delete.
c. Click yes.
5. Enter the enabler code:
a.
b.
c.
d.
In the Registration window, right-click Registration.
Select Create.
Enter the enabler code in the Enabler Code attribute.
Click OK.
After you enter the license enabler code, you have 45 days as a registration period to
authorize the NetWorker software.
Task 2: Obtain an Authorization Code
Registration of NetWorker software takes place by obtaining an authorization code.
Obtain a unique authorization code through one of the following methods:
•
•
"By Using the Legato Web Site" on page 48
"By Fax or E-mail" on page 49
Important: If the software or feature is not authorized by the end of the 45-day
registration period, the NetWorker backup function or feature is disabled. However,
data that was backed up during the registration period can still be recovered from local
devices.
By Using the Legato Web Site
Register Legato products and obtain authorization codes online by completing a
registration form on the Legato web site at www.legato.com. Web registration takes just
a few minutes and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
An authorization code that permanently enables the NetWorker license will be sent
by e-mail.
If you have any questions regarding software updates, contact Legato Licensing. For
contact information, see "Licensing and Registration" on page 10.
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By Fax or E-mail
To register the software and obtain an authorization code by fax or e-mail:
On UNIX:
1. Log in as root or as NetWorker administrator on the NetWorker server.
2. Start the NetWorker Administrator program.
# nwadmin &
3. Complete your contact information:
a. From the Server menu, select Server Setup.
b. Complete the contact name, company, address, phone, and e-mail
information requested and click Apply.
4. Print the registration information sheet.
a. From the Server menu, select Registration.
b. From the View menu, select Tabular.
c. From the File menu, select Print.
5. Send your contact information to Legato Licensing by one of these methods:
– Fax the printed registration information sheet.
– E-mail the registration information.
For contact information, see "Licensing and Registration" on page 10.
On Windows:
1. Log on as administrator or NetWorker administrator on the NetWorker server.
2. Start the NetWorker Administrator program.
3. Complete your contact information:
a. In the Configure tab, click Set Up Server.
b. In the Company Information tab, complete the contact name, company,
address, phone, and e-mail information requested and click OK.
4. Print the registration information sheet.
a. In the Configure tab, select Registration.
b. Double-click the icon of the product for which the license enabler code was
purchased.
c. Click Print.
d. Click OK.
e. In the Windows Print dialog box that appears, select the server and print
quality.
5. Send your contact information to Legato Licensing by one of these methods:
– Fax the printed registration information sheet.
– E-mail the registration information.
For contact information, see "Licensing and Registration" on page 10.
An authorization code that permanently enables the updated NetWorker software will
be sent to you.
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Task 3: Enter the Authorization Code
To complete the licensing process, you must enter the unique authorization code on
the NetWorker server within 45 days of entering the license enabler code.
To enter the authorization code:
On UNIX:
1. Log in as root or as NetWorker administrator on the NetWorker server.
2. Start the NetWorker Administrator program.
# nwadmin &
3. From the Server menu, select Registration.
The Registration window opens.
4. In the Registration window, highlight the appropriate license.
5. In the Auth Code text box, enter the authorization code.
6. Click Apply.
On Windows:
1. Log on as administrator or NetWorker administrator on the NetWorker server.
2. Start the NetWorker Administrator program.
3. In the Configure tab, click Registration.
The Registration window opens.
4. In the Registration window, double-click the icon of the product for which the
license enabler code was purchased.
5. Enter the authorization code in the Auth Code attribute.
6. Click OK.
If the authorization process is successful, the expiration date for the license displays
“Authorized - No expiration date.” If the authorization is not verified in this way,
contact Legato Support. For more information, see "Technical Support" on page 10.
Important: To avoid an interruption in scheduled backups if you move the NetWorker
software from one computer to another, or to change the network address of a
computer after the software is installed, you must either:
• Contact Legato Licensing to obtain a new authorization code. Legato requires the
host ID of the original server as well as the new server. The host ID is displayed in
the server’s Registration window.
For contact information, see "Licensing and Registration" on page 10.
• Install and configure the Legato License Manager software. For more information
on using the License Manager, see "Managing Legato Licenses" on page 53; also
refer to the latest Legato License Manager Installation and Administrator's Guide.
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NetWorker Licenses
There are four different levels, or editions, of base enabler:
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•
•
•
NetWorker Power Edition — For high-demand data centers and large, complex
environments
NetWorker Network Edition — For high-volume, enterprise-level environments
NetWorker Workgroup Edition — For branch offices and small departmental
environments
NetWorker Business Edition — For businesses that require a full-function,
entry-level backup software that includes a bundled library module.
Each of these editions permits you to use the software for a specified number of clients
and devices. These four editions also enable different degrees of parallelism and
support different add-on modules, including extra client connections, devices, or
features.
Important: An HP Superdome computer requires a separate enabler for each partition
on which a NetWorker server or storage node runs.
Multiplatform Licensing
The client connections that come with a NetWorker server can be used for only that
server platform; a ClientPak® license allows the NetWorker server to back up clients
of different platforms. For example, the client connections accompanying a NetWorker
server for Windows can be used only for Windows client computers; similarly, the
client connections that come with a NetWorker server for Solaris can be used for Solaris
clients only. With a ClientPak for UNIX, other UNIX platforms can be enabled for use
with the NetWorker Server for Solaris. The ClientPak for UNIX supports all UNIX
platforms; therefore, the UNIX ClientPak is sufficient for all UNIX clients backed up by
a UNIX or Windows server.
Note: The NetWorker software treats Linux as a separate operating system, so a
ClientPak for Linux is necessary to back up Linux clients by either UNIX or Windows
servers.
Example: Multiplatform Licensing Schemes
A company was using a Linux server to back up Solaris, Linux, and Windows NT
clients. It needed two ClientPak licenses, one for Solaris and one for Windows. The
company added HP-UX and AIX clients, which required the addition of a ClientPak
license for UNIX. As the company grew and needed to add a server, it added a
Windows 2000 server, which backed up the Windows NT and subsequent Windows
2000 clients without requiring a ClientPak. The company also made the Solaris
computer a NetWorker server to back up the HP-UX, Solaris, and AIX clients, using a
single ClientPak for UNIX.
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Update Enablers
To update existing NetWorker software to a major release (one that introduces
important new features), an update enabler is necessary. Update enablers are required
for any major NetWorker software upgrade from release 4.0 and later, including
NetWorker release 7.0. To use the Legato License Manager, the NetWorker server must
be release 5.0 or later.
With a first-time purchase of NetWorker software, a one-year update agreement may
be included. After a year, an update enabler may be acquired with a new update
agreement purchase.
Required Update Enablers
Table 8 on page 52 lists the NetWorker releases that require update enablers.
Table 8. NetWorker Releases Requiring Update Enablers
From
release
prior to
Upgrade to 5.0
From 5.0 From 5.5 From 5.5.x From 5.6 From 5.7 From 6.0 From 6.x
6.x
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
7.0
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
Note: Release 5.6 is UNIX only, and Release 5.7 is Windows only.
Additional Licenses
This section describes a few of the additional licenses required to operate some of the
NetWorker features. For a complete list, contact a Legato Sales Representative.
Client Connection Licenses
Every computer to be backed up in a NetWorker datazone requires a client connection
license, even the NetWorker server. The client connection license may be one of the
licenses supplied with the base enabler or purchased separately. A cluster client or
NDMP data server requires a special type of client connection license, as described in
"Cluster Clients" or "NDMP Licensing" on page 53.
Storage Nodes
Each storage node requires a storage node license in addition to its client connection
license. A dedicated storage node, which allows the storage node to back up only itself, is
licensed separately.
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Legato NetWorker Application Modules
NetWorker Application Modules are licensed on the basis of one enabler per database
type host. For example, to back up the Oracle database on two hosts, two NetWorker
Module for Oracle enablers are required, even if the two hosts are backed up by the
same server. However, if multiple database instances are running on a NetWorker
client host, only one NetWorker Module enabler is required for that one host.
Cluster Clients
For each physical node in a cluster, you must purchase a Cluster Client Connection,
which takes the place of one standard client connection. To place a NetWorker server
in a cluster, you must have Power Edition. For more information on licensing
computers in a cluster, refer to the Legato NetWorker Administrator’s Guide.
NDMP Licensing
NDMP licensing requires one NDMP Client Connection per NDMP data server. The
NDMP Client Connection is valid for any supported NDMP data server. The NDMP
data server does not require a standard client connection.
Managing Legato Licenses
The Legato License Manager provides centralized license management, allowing you
to maintain all of an enterprise’s NetWorker licenses from a single computer. With the
License Manager, you can move NetWorker software from one computer to another,
or change the IP address on an existing NetWorker server without having to
reauthorize the software. The License Manager can be installed as an option during
NetWorker software installation.
The general steps to begin implementing the License Manager are to:
1. Contact Legato Licensing to obtain bulk enabler codes. For contact information,
see "Licensing and Registration" on page 10.
2. Install the License Manager software.
3. Configure the License Manager and configure the NetWorker servers to access the
License Manager for their licenses.
For details on installing and using the License Manager, refer to the latest Legato License
Manager Installation and Administrator's Guide.
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This chapter describes how to uninstall NetWorker Module for Oracle release 4.1 on a
supported UNIX or Windows operating system.
To uninstall NetWorker Module for Oracle, see the appropriate section:
•
•
"Uninstalling on UNIX" on page 54
"Uninstalling on Windows" on page 60
Uninstalling on UNIX
Important: The uninstall procedure removes the nsrnmo script used for scheduled
Oracle backups. To save any customizations made to the nsrnmo script, save a copy of
the script before uninstalling the software.
Notes:
•
•
If uninstalling on Oracle9i, you are not required to shut down and restart Oracle
instances that use the ORACLE_HOME (steps 2b and 2d in the following
procedure).
If uninstalling from a cluster, you must perform the uninstall procedure on each
required node of the cluster.
How to Uninstall the Software on UNIX
To uninstall the software:
1. Ensure that no Oracle database backups are running.
2. Follow these steps for each Oracle installation that uses the NetWorker Module for
Oracle software for its backups:
a. Log in as the ORACLE_HOME owner:
# su ORACLE_HOME_owner
b. Shut down all Oracle instances that use this ORACLE_HOME.
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c. Refer to Table 9 on page 55 and enter the appropriate commands.
Note: If the NetWorker Module for Oracle was installed by copying a
libnwora32.* or libnwora64.* file to /usr/lib, then replace libnwora.* in the
commands with libnwora32.* or libnwora64.*, as appropriate.
Depending on the operating system and Oracle Server release, the commands
replace or remove a symbolic link to the Oracle System Backup to Tape (SBT)
implementation library and/or relink the Oracle Server.
Important: The commands in Table 9 on page 55 restore the Oracle software to its state
prior to the NetWorker Module for Oracle installation. If the installation commands
from "Chapter 4: Install Procedures on UNIX" on page 24 were not followed exactly,
the Oracle software might not be restored to its state prior to the installation. This
might affect RMAN backups to disk. The commands in Table 9 apply only to Oracle
base releases (if available). Link instructions might vary with patched releases of the
Oracle Server.
d. Restart all Oracle instances that use this ORACLE_HOME
Table 9. Commands for Library File Removal on UNIX (Part 1 of 3)
On this
system:
AIX
HP-UX
(Itanium)
With these
Oracle
releases:
Use these commands to relink and/or change the symbolic link:
8.1.5
8.1.6
8.1.7
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.a
% ln -s libdsbtsh8.a libobk.a
8.1.5 64-bit
8.1.6 64-bit
8.1.7 64-bit
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib64
% rm libobk.a
% ln -s libdsbtsh8.a libobk.a
9.0.1 64-bit
9.2 64-bit
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.a
9.2 64-bit
Remove symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.so
HP-UX
8.1.5
(PA-RISC) 8.1.6
8.1.7
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.sl
% ln -s libdsbtsh8.sl libobk.sl
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Table 9. Commands for Library File Removal on UNIX (Part 2 of 3)
On this
system:
With these
Oracle
releases:
HPUX
8.1.5 64-bit
(PA-RISC) 8.1.6 64-bit
8.1.7 64-bit
9.0.1 64-bit
9.2 64-bit
Linux
Solaris
Use these commands to relink and/or change the symbolic link:
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib64
% rm libobk.sl
% ln -s libdsbtsh8.sl libobk.sl
Remove symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.sl
8.1.6.1 with Relink Oracle:
Oracle patch % cd $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/lib
bug995765 on
% make -f ins_rdbms.mk ioracle
Linux
8.1.7
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.so
% ln -s libdsbtsh8.so libobk.so
9.0.1
Remove symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.so
8.1.5
8.1.7
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.so
% ln -s libdsbtsh8.so libobk.so
8.1.6
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.so
% ln -s libdsbtsh8.so libobk.so
Relink Oracle:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/lib
% make -f ins_rdbms.mk ioracle
8.1.5 64-bit
8.1.7 64-bit
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib64
% rm libobk.so
% ln -s libdsbtsh8.so libobk.so
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On this
system:
With these
Oracle
releases:
Solaris
8.1.6 64-bit
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib64
% rm libobk.so libnwora.so
% ln -s libdsbtsh8.so libobk.so
Relink Oracle:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/lib
% make -f ins_rdbms.mk ioracle
9.0.1
9.2
9.0.1 64-bit
9.2 64-bit
Remove symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.so
8.1.5
8.1.6
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.so
% ln -s libdsbtsh8.a libobk.a
Relink Oracle:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/lib
% make -f ins_rdbms.mk ioracle
8.1.7
Change symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.so
% ln -s libdsbtsh8.so libobk.so
9.0.1
9.2 64-bit
Remove symbolic link:
% cd $ORACLE_HOME/lib
% rm libobk.so
Tru64
UNIX
Use these commands to relink and/or change the symbolic link:
3. Log in as root on the Oracle Server host.
4. Uninstall the NetWorker Module for Oracle software by using the instructions
from Table 10 on page 58 for the operating system.
Note: The Oracle database does not need to be shut down in order to uninstall the
software.
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Table 10. Procedures for Uninstalling NetWorker Module on UNIX (Part 1 of 3)
On this
system:
Perform the following to uninstall the
NetWorker Module for Oracle software:
AIX
If the software was installed by copying the
libnwora32.a or libnwora64.a file to /usr/lib,
delete the libnwora32.a or libnwora64.a file.
And complete the uninstall as
follows:
If using the smit GUI program, perform
the following after entering the smit
command:
1. In the System Management list of
If the software was installed with the
the main window, select Software
Installation and Maintenance.
installp or smit command, perform one of
2. In the Software Installation and
the following:
Maintenance list, select Software
• To invoke the installp command line
Maintenance and Utilities.
interface, enter this command:
3. In the Software Maintenance and
# installp -u LGTOnmo.rte
Utilities list, select Remove Installed
• To invoke the smit GUI program, enter this
Software.
command:
4. In the “SOFTWARE name” field in
# smit&
the Remove Installed Software
Note: On 64-bit AIX, if the software is
window, enter LGTOnmo.rte. Click
uninstalled with the installp or smit
OK.
command, and a libnwora32.a or libnwora64.a 5. In the message box that prompts
file remains in /usr/lib, perform the following:
whether to continue, click OK.
1. Delete the libnwora32.a or libnwora64.a
6. When the uninstall is complete, click
Done.
file.
2. Install and enable the corresponding
software (the same version as the library
file deleted in step 1) by using the
instructions in "Install Procedures on
UNIX" on page 24.
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Table 10. Procedures for Uninstalling NetWorker Module on UNIX (Part 2 of 3)
On this
system:
Perform the following to uninstall the
NetWorker Module for Oracle software:
And complete the uninstall as
follows:
HP-UX
If the software was installed by copying the
libnwora32.sl or libnwora64.sl file to /usr/lib,
delete the libnwora32.sl or libnwora64.sl file.
If using the swremove GUI program,
select Actions>Remove (analysis). When
the system analysis is complete, click OK
to complete the uninstall. To confirm the
uninstall, click Yes.
If the software was installed with the
swinstall command, perform one of the
following:
• To invoke the swremove command line
interface, enter this command:
# swremove NMO
• To invoke the swremove GUI program,
enter this command:
# swremove -i NMO
Note: On 64-bit HP-UX (PA-RISC), if the
software is uninstalled with the swremove
command, and a libnwora32.sl or
libnwora64.sl file remains in /usr/lib, perform
the following:
1. Delete the libnwora32.sl or libnwora64.sl
file.
2. Install and enable the corresponding
software (the same version as the library
file deleted in step 1) by using the
instructions in "Install Procedures on
UNIX" on page 24.
Linux
# rpm -e lgtonmo-4.1-1
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On this
system:
Perform the following to uninstall the
NetWorker Module for Oracle software:
Solaris
If the software was installed by copying the
libnwora32.so or libnwora64.so file to /usr/lib,
delete the libnwora32.so or libnwora64.so file.
And complete the uninstall as
follows:
If using the pkgrm program, perform
the following according to the basedir
variable setting in the
/var/sadm/install/admin/default file:
If the software was installed with the
• If basedir=default in the file, enter y
pkgadd command, enter the following
when prompted. The software is
pkgrm command:
uninstalled from the directory
# pkgrm LGTOnmo
containing the NetWorker client
software.
Note: On 64-bit Solaris, if the software is
• If basedir=ask in the file, enter the
uninstalled with the pkgrm command, and a
result of the pkgparam LGTOnmo
libnwora32.so or libnwora64.so file remains in
BASEDIR command when prompted
/usr/lib, perform the following:
for the pathname of the base directory.
1. Delete the libnwora32.so or libnwora64.so
The software is uninstalled from the
file.
specified base directory.
2. Install and enable the corresponding
• If basedir=/dirpath in the file, enter y
software (the same version as the library
when prompted. The software is
file deleted in step 1) by using the
uninstalled from the specified /dirpath
instructions in "Install Procedures on
directory.
UNIX" on page 24.
Tru64 UNIX # setld -d LGTONMO410
Uninstalling on Windows
Important: The uninstall procedure removes the nsrnmo.bat script used for scheduled
Oracle backups. To save customizations made to the script, save a copy of the script
before uninstalling the software.
Note: If uninstalling the NetWorker Module for Oracle software from a cluster, you
must perform the uninstall procedure on each required node of the cluster.
How to Uninstall the Software on Windows
To uninstall the software:
1. Log on as administrator.
2. Ensure that no Oracle database backups are running.
3. Shut down the Oracle instances and services.
4. In the Windows Start menu, select Settings>Control Panel.
5. In the Control Panel window, double-click Add/Remove Programs.
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6. In the Add/Remove Programs window, select NMO and then click the
Add/Remove button.
7. In the Setup dialog box, select the Remove option to start the uninstall process.
8. When NetWorker Module for Oracle is uninstalled, restart the Oracle instances
and services.
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