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  HP 9000 Containers A.03.01 on HPIntegrity Server Administrator Guide HP-UX 11i v3  Abstract This document describes configuration, file system layout, management, troubleshooting, and known limitations of HP 9000Containers. The document is intended for system administrators, who want to configure and administer HP 9000 containers,and solution architects involved in transitioning applications from legacy HP 9000 servers to HP-UX 11i v3 on HP Integrityservers using HP 9000 Containers.HP Part Number: 5900-3112Published: June 2013Edition: 1  © Copyright 2011, 2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.Confidential computer software. Valid license from HP required for possession, use or copying. Consistent with FAR 12.211 and 12.212, CommercialComputer Software, Computer Software Documentation, and Technical Data for Commercial Items are licensed to the U.S. Government undervendor's standard commercial license. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP productsand services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed asconstituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. UNIX is a registeredtrademark of The Open Group.The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the expresswarranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shallnot be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. Intel, Pentium, Intel Inside, and the Intel Inside logo are trademarks orregistered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.  Acknowledgments Intel®, Itanium®, Pentium®, Intel Inside, and the Intel Inside logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries inthe United States and other countries. Microsoft Windows®, Windows XP®, and Windows NT® are U.S. registered trademarks of MicrosoftCorporation. Adobe® and Acrobat® are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. Java and Oracle are registered trademarks of Oracle and/orits affiliates. UNIX® is a registered trademark of The Open Group.  Contents 1 Introduction...............................................................................................9 1.1 Overview............................................................................................................................91.2 Features of HP 9000 Containers...........................................................................................91.3 HP 9000 container types...................................................................................................101.4 When to use HP 9000 Containers.......................................................................................101.5 Consolidating HP 9000 servers using HP 9000 Containers....................................................111.6 Sizing an HP 9000 container.............................................................................................111.7 Resource entitlement..........................................................................................................121.8 Using ARIES without HP 9000 Containers............................................................................121.9 ISV software license and support.........................................................................................13 2 Installing and configuring HP 9000 Containers............................................15 2.1 Prerequisites.....................................................................................................................152.2 Recommended patches......................................................................................................152.3 Additional requirements for HP 9000 classic containers.........................................................162.4 Configuring HP-UX SRP......................................................................................................162.5 Installing HP 9000 Containers............................................................................................16 3 Transition of application environments from HP 9000 server to HP 9000container....................................................................................................17 3.1 Selecting HP 9000 container type.......................................................................................173.2 Creating HP 9000 server file system image..........................................................................173.3 Transitioning kernel tunable parameters...............................................................................183.4 Choosing name for HP 9000 container...............................................................................193.5 Creating file systems for the container..................................................................................193.6 Installing driver and management software..........................................................................203.7 Creating and configuring an HP 9000 container..................................................................20 4 Creating and configuring HP 9000 system container.....................................21 4.1 Setting up user environment for HP 9000 image recovery.......................................................214.2 Creating container root directory........................................................................................214.3 Recovering HP 9000 image...............................................................................................214.3.1 Configuring mount points............................................................................................214.3.2 Using Ignite-UX network recovery archive.....................................................................224.3.3 Using Ignite-UX tape recovery archive..........................................................................224.3.4 Using cpio, tar, and frecover recovery archive...............................................................224.3.5 Using other tools for recovery archive..........................................................................234.3.6 Completing the recovery............................................................................................234.4 Creating HP 9000 system container....................................................................................234.4.1 Configuring PRM.......................................................................................................234.4.2 Adding hp9000sys template......................................................................................234.4.3 Verifying configuration of HP 9000 system container.....................................................254.4.4 Changing configuration parameters (if required)...........................................................254.4.5 Reverting configuration (if required).............................................................................254.5 Additional container configuration......................................................................................254.5.1 Configuring host name and node name........................................................................254.5.2 Configuring IP address...............................................................................................254.5.3 Configuring additional IP addresses.............................................................................26 Contents 3  4.5.4 Configuring additional devices...................................................................................264.5.5 Configuring mount points...........................................................................................264.5.6 Restoring or deleting HP 9000 startup services..............................................................264.5.7 Configuring DCE services...........................................................................................264.5.8 Configuring root cron jobs..........................................................................................274.5.9 Configuring or disabling trusted mode features.............................................................274.5.10 Configuring inittab...................................................................................................274.5.11 Configuring printers..................................................................................................274.5.12 Configuring X server.................................................................................................274.5.13 Configuring additional privileges for HP 9000 system container.....................................284.5.14 Configuring DDFA....................................................................................................284.5.15 Disabling Autofs.......................................................................................................294.5.16 Configuring telnet for HP-UX 10.xx containers..............................................................294.5.17 Configuring OSI Transport Services.............................................................................294.5.18 Enabling auditing....................................................................................................294.6 Testing HP 9000 system container......................................................................................294.7 Workarounds for known issues...........................................................................................304.8 Tweaking ARIES configuration............................................................................................304.8.1 Configuring for more threads......................................................................................304.8.2 Configuring for more stack size...................................................................................304.8.3 Configuring machine-specific parameters.....................................................................30 5 Creating HP 9000 classic container............................................................33 5.1 Setting up user environment for image recovery.....................................................................335.2 Creating container root directory........................................................................................335.3 Recovering HP 9000 image ..............................................................................................345.3.1 Configuring mount points............................................................................................345.3.2 Using Ignite-UX network recovery archive.....................................................................345.3.3 Using Ignite-UX tape recovery archive..........................................................................345.3.4 Using tar and frecover recovery archive........................................................................345.3.5 Using other tools for recovery......................................................................................355.3.6 Completing the recovery............................................................................................355.4 Creating HP 9000 classic container....................................................................................355.5 Additional container configuration......................................................................................365.5.1 Configuring host name or node name...........................................................................365.5.2 Configuring IP address...............................................................................................365.5.3 Configuring additional IP addresses.............................................................................365.5.4 Configuring mount points...........................................................................................365.5.5 Restoring HP 9000 startup services..............................................................................365.5.6 Configuring root cron jobs..........................................................................................375.5.7 Configuring inittab startup file.....................................................................................375.5.8 Configuring printers...................................................................................................375.5.9 Configuring non-local users........................................................................................375.5.10 Configuring trusted users...........................................................................................375.5.11 Configuring sendmail daemon...................................................................................385.5.12 Configuring xinetd service.........................................................................................385.6 Testing HP 9000 classic container.......................................................................................385.7 Configuring ARIES parameters............................................................................................385.8 Workarounds for common issues........................................................................................39 6 Upgrading HP 9000 Containers versions....................................................41 6.1 Upgrading from HP 9000 Containers A.03.0x......................................................................416.2 Upgrading from HP 9000 Containers A.01.0x......................................................................41 4 Contents
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