Registering the upgraded Community Server cluster with the System ConsoleAdded by IBM on November 23, 2011 | Version 1 (Original)
|After upgrading an IBM® Sametime cluster to a Sametime Community Server cluster on IBM AIX®, Linux®, Oracle Solaris, or Microsoft® Windows®, register the cluster with the Sametime System Console, so you can manage all of the Sametime servers from a central location.
After upgrading an IBM
® Sametime cluster to a Sametime Community Server cluster on IBM AIX
®, Oracle Solaris, or Microsoft
®, register the cluster with the Sametime System Console, so you can manage all of the Sametime servers from a central location.
Before you begin
Make sure each of these servers is ready for the cluster registration task:
- Each of the upgraded Sametime Community Servers in the cluster must be registered with the Sametime System Console, and must be started.
- The Sametime System Console must be started.
- The LDAP server must be started, and must be connected to the Sametime System Console.
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- Verify that each of the servers in the cluster has been registered with the Sametime System Console.
- Run the registration utility using the appropriate command below:
Upgrading from 8.5 and 8.5.1
Upgrading from 8.0.x and 7.5.1
- AIX, Linux, Solaris: ./registerSTCluster.sh -upgradeCluster
- Windows: registerSTCluster.bat -upgradeCluster
- AIX, Linux, Solaris: ./registerSTCluster.sh
- Windows: registerSTCluster.bat
- As the registration utility runs, you will be prompted to enter the following information:
|Cluster name||Type the name you created when you configured the cluster, and press Enter.|
|Location of notes.ini file||This is the user name and password that you use to manage the upgraded Sametime Community Server from the Community Server Administration Tool. Type the full path to the directory containing the notes.ini file, and press Enter. For example, on Windows: C:\Lotus\Domino|
|Lotus® Domino® administrator user name||This is the account that you use to manage the upgraded Sametime Community Server from the Community Server Administration Tool. Type the Lotus Domino administrator's user name, and press Enter.|
|Lotus Domino administrator password||Type the password associated with the Lotus Domino administrator user account, and press Enter.|
The utility registers the server, generating a log file called ConsoleUtility.log and storing it in the console/logs directory.
- Restart the Sametime Community Server.