Reached the “Installing the solution” – “Deploying the solution” stage. As documented in the IOC Infocenter below :
Having installed install the base architecture first I then ran the ./LinuxSetup from /images/disk1 directory on the Installation (Staging) Server.
I made sure I deselected the Base Architecture check box and only installed The Intelligent Operations Center Tasks will deploy the IBM Intelligent Operations Center solutions package.
In the next panels, complete the following:
Enter the host name or IP address, an administrator user ID, and the password for the ID for each target server. Operating system will be disabled since only Linux is supported by the IBM Intelligent Operations Center.
To test that the information provided is correct, click Test connections. If the connection test fails, solve the connection issue before proceeding.
To save the information for possible future use, select Save this login information.
Click Next after entering the data for each server.
The deployment wizard will define two user IDs and passwords during the deployment process. Define these user IDs and passwords in the next panels and click Next until the IDs have been defined:
An administrator ID and password for the IBM Intelligent Operations Center
An administrator ID and password for WebSphere® Portal
Finally Click Deploy All :
The process took about 15 minutes and returned with a Build Failed Error !
And the following from /tmp/SL_4462/SolutionEnabler/logs where SL_4462 is the job.
And opened the IRU_DeploymentWizard.log to view the errors above and below.
Everything points to security errors for Java so I ran the Query scripts for the Status of Components of the base architecture.
/opt/IBM/ISP/mgmt/scripts/IOCControl.sh status all password
This retuned some useful results showing that the IBM Tivoli Access Manager Authorization Server was not running. Hence the errors.
To resolve the problem I issued the following commands before re-running the Deploy commands.
/opt/IBM/ISP/mgmt/scripts/IOCControl.sh stop tamas password
/opt/IBM/ISP/mgmt/scripts/IOCControl.sh start tamas password
/opt/IBM/ISP/mgmt/scripts/IOCControl.sh status tamas password
To confirm the IBM Tivoli Access Manager Authorization Server was now running.
I then re-ran ./LinuxSetup and filled in the relevant options on the deployment wizard.
The outcome. Success :