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When executing CellCLI through dcli, you should use the e option of CellCLI at the dcli command line
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To set up SSH user equivalence using dcli, create a text file (named group_ file for this example) that contains all Exadata Storage Server hostnames or IP addresses, and execute the dcli command with the k option, as shown next The command prompts you to enter the password for the user that will have the SSH equivalence set The password is required to set up the SSH equivalence key files
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$> dcli -k -g group_file
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If you want to display the name and status of the grid disks on each Exadata Storage Server, execute the following dcli command The command will execute the LIST GRIDDISK command on all the Exadata Storage Servers that are specified in the group_file
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$> dcli -g group_file "cellcli -e LIST GRIDDISK ATTRIBUTES name, status"
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The initial setup and configuration of the Exadata Storage Servers will be performed when the Exadata Database Machine gets installed at the customer site We will touch upon the initial configuration setup steps briefly in this section At a high level, the setup process of the Exadata Storage Servers can be divided into two phases The first phase deals with configuring the Exadata Storage Server and the operating system to make them accessible via the management network by listening on the appropriate Ethernet IP addresses This phase will also configure the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN), Domain Name Server (DNS), and a few other steps that we will discuss in the next section The steps involved in the second phase configure the Exadata Storage Server Software and carve out storage devices to make the Exadata Storage Server presentable to Oracle ASM as ASM disks The ASM disks will be used to configure ASM diskgroups, and eventually used to create tablespaces in the Oracle Database The next section will first discuss the steps required for configuring the Exadata Storage Server and the OS
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Managing the Exadata Database Machine
Phase 1: Exadata Storage Server and OS Configuration
The Database Machine gets delivered to the customer site with a preinstalled factory image of the OS and the Exadata Storage Server Software The OS and the software are not fully configured upon delivery, since the configuration steps require IP addresses of InfiniBand and Ethernet networks to be set up and routable (among other requirements, which we will see later), and this is only possible when the machine is at the customer site and not at the factory Exadata Storage Server First Boot Sequence When the server is booted for the first time using the factory image, it will undergo a first boot sequence The sequence is a series of prompts requesting your input, and, based on the information you provide, the Exadata Storage Server will be configured to listen on the network using the IP addresses provided at the prompt It will be necessary to have the following information ready prior to going through the first boot sequence:
DNS Servers: It is not a requirement to register the Ethernet IP addresses of the Exadata Storage Server in the DNS, but if you are doing so, the Primary and Secondary DNS Server information needs to be provided Time zone and location of the Exadata Storage Servers Network Time Protocol (NTP) Servers are needed for network time synchronization Ethernet and InfiniBand IP addresses: You will require one InfiniBand IP address during the first boot sequence Even though you have two InfiniBand ports in each Exadata Storage Server, the ports are bonded for high availability on each server and will be presented to the OS as one port requiring one IP address You also need one Ethernet IP address for the management network that connects the Ethernet ports of the Exadata Storage Server to the Exadata Database Machine s Ethernet admin switch Fully qualified domain name (FQDN) for the server
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