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Creating Share Directories

A share directory containing some subdirectories can be used to distribute master files between like machines. If you choose to create a share directory, it is used among different nodes in the cluster, and to transfer configuration files from previous releases of SBR server.

To create the share directories:

  1. As root, create the share directory.

    Execute:
    mkdir -p /opt/JNPRshare
    chmod 775 /opt/JNPRshare

  2. Assign the ownership to root and hadmg.

    Execute:
    chown root:hadmg /opt/JNPRshare

  3. Move to the share directory.

    Execute:
    cd /opt/JNPRshare

  4. Create an /install subdirectory.

    Execute:
    mkdir -p install
    chmod 775 install

  5. Assign the ownership to hadm and hadmg.

    Execute:
    chown hadm:hadmg install

  6. Move to the /install directory.

    Execute:
    cd install

  7. Create a hostname-specific or SSR cluster-specific subdirectory.

    Execute:
    mkdir -p < hostname >|< cluster-name >
    chmod 775 < hostname >|< cluster-name >

    • If you are installing on a machine to be a standalone SBR Carrier server, use the machine’s hostname.
    • If you are installing on a machine to be part of a Session State Register cluster, use the cluster name. If you are not sure what it is, see Naming the Cluster and Its Machines.
  8. Assign the ownership to hadm and hadmg.

    Execute:
    chown hadm:hadmg < hostname > or < cluster-name >, whichever you used.

Modified: 2017-03-07