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7. Finally, we review the installed filesets using the AIX command lslpp as
shown in Figure 9-6.
Figure 9-6 AIX lslpp command to review the installed filesets
9.3.4 Installing the Tivoli Storage Manager Server software
We will install the Tivoli Storage Manager server into the default location of
/usr/tivoli/tsm/server/bin on all systems in the cluster which could host the Tivoli
Storage Manager server if a failover were to occur.
1. First we change into the directory which holds our installation images, and
issue the smitty installp AIX command, which presents the first install
panel, as shown in Figure 9-7.
Figure 9-7 The smit software installation panel
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2. Then, for the input device, we used a dot, implying the current directory, as
shown in Figure 9-8.
Figure 9-8 The smit input device panel
3. Next, we select the filesets which will be required for our clustered
environment, using the F7 key. Our selection is shown in Figure 9-9.
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Figure 9-9 The smit selection screen for Tivoli Storage Manager filesets
4. We then press Enter after the selection has been made.
5. On this next panel presented, we change the default values for preview,
commit, detailed, accept. This allows us to verify that we have all the
prerequisites installed prior to running a commit installation. The changes to
these default options are shown in Figure 9-10.
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Figure 9-10 The smit screen showing non-default values for a detailed preview
6. After we successfully complete the preview, we change the installation panel
to reflect a detailed, committed installation and accept the new license
agreements. This is shown in Figure 9-11.
Figure 9-11 The final smit install screen with selections and a commit installation
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7. After the installation has been successfully completed, we review the installed
filesets from the AIX command line with the lslpp command, as shown in
Figure 9-12.
Figure 9-12 AIX lslpp command listing of the server installp images
8. Lastly, we repeat all of these processes on the other cluster node.
9.3.5 Installing the ISC and the Administration Center
The installation of Tivoli Storage Manager Administration Center is a two-step
install. First install the Integrated Solutions Console. Then deploy the Tivoli
Storage Manager Administration Center into the Integrated Solutions Console.
Once both pieces are installed, you will be able to administer Tivoli Storage
Manager from a browser anywhere in your network.
In addition, these two software components will be a resource within our HACMP
cluster. To achieve this, these software packages will be installed onto shared
disk, and on the second node in the Tivoli Storage Manager cluster. This will
make this cluster configuration an active/active configuration.

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