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XmetaRepository - Information Server Relocating the XMeta...

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© 2011 IBM Corporation Relocating the XMeta repository for Information Server version 8.0.1 and 8.1 Information Server This presentation describes the steps needed to move the XMeta repository from one database server to another for Information Server version 8.0.1 and version 8.1. XmetaRepository.ppt Page 1 of 19
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Objectives Backing up XMeta, IS, and key files Update Information Services Framework (ISF) configuration Update XMeta username and password Update WebSphere ® Application Server configuration 2 InfoSphere Information Server © 2011 IBM Corporation The objectives of this presentation are to describe what needs to be backed up and how to update the Information Services Framework configuration, referred to as the ISF configuration. This presentation will also describe how to update the XMeta user name and password, and what changes need to be made to WebSphere. XmetaRepository.ppt Page 2 of 19
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3 Backup and restore Backup – backup XMeta, Information Server, and WebSphere – Backup all files being changed • InformationServer/ASBServer/bin/sql/database.properties • InformationServer/ASBServer/apps/lib/ojb-conf.jar • InformationServer/ASBServer/apps/sql/ojb-conf-pojo.jar – 801 only • InformationServer/ASBServer/etc/package.compiler.properties – 801 only – Do not leave copy of ojb-conf.jar in Information Server folder hierarchy – Backup XMeta database Restore – Restore XMeta to new target system 3 InfoSphere Information Server © 2011 IBM Corporation Before you make any changes to XMeta, Information Server, or WebSphere, it is good practice to take a complete backup of all three installations. It is safest to do a cold backup of the WebSphere Application Server by stopping WebSphere before you do the backup. It is also good practice to make a copy of all the files that will be changed during this process to make it easier to revert back if necessary. The files that are key to make copies of are displayed on this slide. Ensure the backup of ojb-conf.jar is not left in the IBM Information Server folder hierarchy. Backup the XMeta database on the source system and restore to the target system using the backup and restore tools provided with the database. Backup the affected files before changing them in this procedure. XmetaRepository.ppt Page 3 of 19
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4 Updates to ISF Configuration (1 of 3) Stop WebSphere Application Server – cd /opt /IBM/ WebSphere/AppServer/bin ./stopServer.sh server1 –username <wasuser> –password <password> Create temporary empty directory and make it current working directory – mkdir /tmp/isftmp cd /tmp/isftmp Extract ojb-conf.jar into temp directory – /opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer/java/bin/jar xf /opt/IBM/InformationServer/ASBServer/apps/lib/ojb-conf.jar 4 InfoSphere Information Server © 2011 IBM Corporation The next step is to update the ISF configuration. To do this, first you will need to stop WebSphere. cd into the Websphere/AppServer/bin directory and run ./stopServer.sh
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