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Figure 17-9 Demonstrating the logout of the V6.1 Integrated Solutions Console
17.5.2 Post-completion tasks
In this section we discuss the post-completion tasks.
Adjusting your DBMEMPERCENT parameters
The DBMEMPERCENT server option parameter sets a limit on the percentage of the system
memory that is used for the database manager. By default, the percentage of the virtual
address space that is dedicated to the database manager processes is set to 70 to 80 % of
system RAM. To change this setting to a value from 10 to 99 %, modify the
DBMEMPERCENT server option. Ensure that the value allows adequate memory for both the
Tivoli Storage Manager server and any other applications that are running on the system.
AUTO is the default value.
It is generally not necessary to change this setting on a system that is dedicated to a single
Tivoli Storage Manager server. If there are other applications that require significant amounts
of memory on a system, changing this setting to an appropriate amount reduces paging and
improves system performance. For systems with multiple Tivoli Storage Manager servers,
changing this setting for each server is recommended. For example, this could be set to 25%
for each of three servers on a system. Each server could also have a different value for this
setting, as appropriate for the workload on that server.
Adding a the new server instance in the Integration Solutions Console
Now the Tivoli Storage Manager V6.1 instance is ready to associate within the ISC, and is
currently running in the background. Log into the ISC with the user ID and password defined
during the installation process, and then follow the next figures shown.
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1. Start with Figure 17-10. which starts by expanding the Tivoli Storage Manager option in
the left side panel.
Figure 17-10 Integrated Solutions Console: Select Tivoli Storage Manager
2. Then select the Manage Server option as shown in Figure 17-11.
Figure 17-11 Integrated Solutions Console: Manage Servers option
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3. Next, use the Select Action drop down and choose Add Server Connection, as shown in
Figure 17-12.
Figure 17-12 Choosing the Add a Server Connection
4. Next, type in the connection details for the new TSM1 instance, as shown in Figure 17-13.
Figure 17-13 Adding a server connection for server instance within the Integrated Solutions Console
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5. After clicking OK, wait for the successful completion panel as shown in Figure 17-14.
Then click the OK button once again.
Figure 17-14 Summary page after adding a server connection in the Integrated Solutions Console
6. Finally, for test and review of the server connection, click the TSM1 server link, as shown
in Figure 17-15.
Figure 17-15 V6.1 Manage Servers panel in the Integrated Solutions Console interface
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7. On the next panel, click the Database and Log option on the left side panel, as shown in
Figure 17-16.
Figure 17-16 TSM1 server connection general panel
8. Lastly, you can observe the initial database size, with the preformatted log size, which was
input during the dsmformat stage of the installation, as shown in Figure 17-17.
Figure 17-17 Database and recoverylog size shown in Tivoli Storage Manager V6.1
Autostart setup for Tivoli Storage Manager V6.1
In the following steps we prepare the autostart setup:
1. To ensure that the TSM1 instance starts automatically after a system reboot, the following
line must be inserted into the AIX /etc/inittab file, as shown in Example 17-42.
Example 17-42 Entry into the /etc/inittab to startup Tivoli Storage Manager V6.1 instance
automatically
tsm1:2:once:/opt/tivoli/tsm/server/bin/rc.dsmserv -u tsm1 -i /home/tsm1 -q
>/dev/console 2>&1

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