Veritas InfoScale™ 7.3.1 Installation Guide - AIX
- Section I. Introduction to Veritas InfoScale
- Introducing Veritas InfoScale
- Licensing Veritas InfoScale
- Section II. Planning and preparation
- System requirements
- Hardware requirements
- Preparing to install
- Setting up the private network
- Setting up shared storage
- Planning the installation setup for SF Oracle RAC systems
- Planning your network configuration
- Planning the storage
- Planning the storage for Oracle RAC
- System requirements
- Section III. Installation of Veritas InfoScale
- Installing Veritas InfoScale using the installer
- Installing Veritas InfoScale using response files
- Installing Veritas Infoscale using operating system-specific methods
- Installing Veritas InfoScale using NIM and the installer
- Completing the post installation tasks
- Section IV. Uninstallation of Veritas InfoScale
- Uninstalling Veritas InfoScale using the installer
- Uninstalling Veritas InfoScale using response files
- Section V. Installation reference
- Appendix A. Installation scripts
- Appendix B. Tunable files for installation
- Appendix C. Troubleshooting installation issues
Verifying the systems before installation
Use any of the following options to verify your systems before installation:
Option 1: Run Veritas Services and Operations Readiness Tools (SORT).
For information on downloading and running SORT:
You can generate a pre-installation checklist to determine the pre-installation requirements: Go to the SORT installation checklist tool. From the drop-down lists, select the information for the Veritas InfoScale product you want to install, and click Generate Checklist.
Option 2: Run the installer with the "-precheck" option as follows:
Navigate to the directory that contains the installation program.
Start the preinstallation check:
# ./installer -precheck sys1 sys2
where sys1, sys2 are the names of the nodes in the cluster.
The program proceeds in a non-interactive mode, examining the systems for licenses, filesets, disk space, and system-to-system communications. The program displays the results of the check and saves them in a log file. The location of the log file is displayed at the end of the precheck process.