Non root installation of Sametime 9 In the wiki, it states that you need to install using root. I do not know why this is.
Warning : I’m using CentOS 6.5 - which is not supported by IBM. This means none of this is supported as such .
To be able to use scp and ssh, install openssh-clients as well on the server:
yum install openssh-clients yum install xorg-x11-xauth yum install xorg-x11-apps yum install xorg-x11-utils yum install libcanberra-gtk2 yum install xorg-x11-font\*
Edit the selinux configuration.
Make sure you installed DB2 V10.1 (as per this blog post : install-db2-v10.1.htm
Create the user you want to run the environment with .
groupadd -r was useradd -r -g was -m was echo passw0rd | passwd was --stdin Changing password for user was. passwd: all authentication tokens updated successfully.
Create Sametime databases.
Log in as the db2inst1 owner :
su - db2inst1
Do not use the 9.0 Database scripts , but instead use the ones in the hotfix file (9001-ST-SSC-FP-AGAR-9DLKWF.zip)
Extract it to the directory of your choice , and go to that directory
[db2inst1@stssc SystemConsole]$ cd /mnt/hgfs/hostroot/local/Downloads/IBM/Sametime/90_fixes/SametimeSystemConsole/DatabaseScripts/SystemConsole
Run the create database scripts (make it executable first)
[db2inst1@stssc SystemConsole]$ chmod 775 createSCDb.sh [db2inst1@stssc SystemConsole]$ ./createSCDb.sh STSC db2inst1
Verify you can connect to the database :
[db2inst1@stssc SystemConsole]$ db2 connect to STSC Database Connection Information Database server = DB2/LINUXX8664 10.1.0 SQL authorization ID = DB2INST1 Local database alias = STSC
Install Installation Manager
Extract the installer to a directory of your choice and go to that directory.
This is an installation as a non-administrator user, so as the
was user we created earlier. In addition, this is the console installation.
[root@stssc]$ su - was [was@stssc ~]$ cd /mnt/hgfs/hostroot/local/Downloads/IBM/Sametime/90/InstalMgr1.6.2_LNX_X86_64_WAS_8.5.5/ [was@stssc InstalMgr1.6.2_LNX_X86_64_WAS_8.5.5]$ ./userinstc -acceptLicense
Log files are in the user’s home directory, in this case :
Start Installation manager to make sure it works :
[was@stssc ~]$ cd /home/was/IBM/InstallationManager/eclipse/ [was@stssc eclipse]$ ./IBMIM
Install WAS ND 8.5.5
Extract the installation files, and combine into a single directory. This means moving the disk2 and disk3 directories into the first directory extracted.
Prepare a responsefile
This is the responsefile for a non-root installation :
It should contain your repository location, and the features to install. The rest is optional.
You need to install the full WAS profile, with the 64 bit SDK and ejbdeploy. Do not select liberty.
Prepare the installation directory
Create the directory /opt/IBM/ that is writeable as the user “was”. As root :
[root@stssc opt]# mkdir /opt/IBM [root@stssc opt]# chown was:was /opt/IBM
Install WebSphere 8.5.5
Run the installer with reference to the response file (as the user “was”)
su - was cd /home/was/IBM/InstallationManager/eclipse ./IBMIM --launcher.ini silent-install.ini -input /mnt/hgfs/hostroot/local/Doc/INSTALL/sametime9/WASv85.nd.install.xml -log /tmp/wasinstall.log -acceptLicense -showVerboseProgress
or, with a keyring for authentication :
su - was [was@stssc eclipse]$ ./IBMIM --launcher.ini silent-install.ini -input /mnt/hgfs/hostroot/local/Doc/INSTALL/sametime9/WASv85.nd.install.xml -log /tmp/wasinstall.log -acceptLicense -showVerboseProgress -keyring /home/was/imkeyring.kyr -password passw0rd
Verify the log files in the Installation Manager’s log directory for errors.
Install System Console
Install the Hot Fix 1 version of the Sametime System Console without installing the version 9.0 server first. The updated version of the Sametime System Console installs with the same procedure as the version 9.0 server, except that you will point to the repository provided with the Hot Fix 1 package.
Extract the System Console file (you probably already did this running the DatabaseScripts)
You need to export the variable below , because we’re at a non-standard location with our installation manager.
[was@stssc generateEncodedPassword]$ export IM_INSTALL_LOCATION=/home/was/IBM/InstallationManager [was@stssc generateEncodedPassword]$ ./generateEncodedPassword.sh passw0rd
I used to have a copy of my responsefile here (ISC.rsp), but I seem to have lost it.
Note that you can now change the name of the WAS server profiles , and that this seems to work !
The repository points to the extracted System Console files , from the 188.8.131.52 Hotfix.
Install the System Console using these commands
[was@stssc opt]$ cd /home/was/IBM/InstallationManager/eclipse/tools [was@stssc tools]$ ./imcl -acceptLicense -showProgress -input /mnt/hgfs/hostroot/local/Doc/INSTALL/sametime9/ISC.rsp -log /tmp/isc.log
You can now login the deployment manager : http://sametimeconsole:8700/ibm/console
So far so good. This all seems to work just fine.
Installed com.ibm.lotus.sametime.systemconsoleserver_184.108.40.20631109_1650 to the /opt/IBM/SametimeServer directory.
Continue here : Configure the Sametime System Console