324 DB2 Integrated Cluster Environment Deployment Guide
resource groups. For example, when TSA finds a resource that goes offline, it
automatically tries to restart the resource on the same node or other nodes,
depending on the nodes’ availability. And if the resource is restarted on another
node, the resources depending on that failed resource are also moved to the
node, if necessary.
For further details, see Chapter 1, “Introduction”, in IBM Tivoli System
Automation for Multiplatforms Guide and Reference Version 1.2, SC33-8217.
6.2.2 TSA installation
This section describes the installation procedures for TSA.
Supported platforms and prerequisites
TSA V1.2 supports Linux on the zSeries, xSeries, pSeries®, iSeries, and AIX 5.2
Before starting the installation, check the following prerequisites:
The Public Domain Ksh (dpksh) is required.
Perl is required.
NFS agnt is required. NFS agent can be downloaded from the TSA Web site:
The Linux environment variable CT_MANAGEMENT_SCOPE must be set to
At least 100 MB of free space under /usr/sbin.
The following Web site provides you with up-to-date information about the
supported platforms and prerequisites:
Installation steps
For each node, repeat the following steps to install TSA. Only the root user can
install TSA.
1. Prepare the TSA installation media.
TSA is shipped with DB2 UDB V8.2 on a CD labelled Additional Features for
Linux. To install TSA, prepare the TSA installation medium for each node.
2. Change your working directory.

Get DB2 Integrated Cluster Environment Deployment Guide now with O’Reilly online learning.

O’Reilly members experience live online training, plus books, videos, and digital content from 200+ publishers.