Configuring a Database to Store Account and Session Data (SRC CLI)
The SRC VTA requires a relational database to store accounts and session data. You must create this database on a separate, non-SRC machine before you can run the SRC VTA. For information about databases that we have tested for use with the SRC VTA, see the SRC Release Notes.
For each SRC VTA instance, you need to create a database that uses the schema for the SRC VTA. To configure a database:
- From any C Series Controller running SRC software release
4.2.x or later, navigate to the /opt/UMC/vta/database/ directory and
copy the appropriate SRC VTA schema file and save it on your external
database machine. We provide the following schema files:
These files contain the SQL statements that you must execute to create a database in either a MySQL or Oracle database server. These files are examples that show the required database schema (in the file for MySQL, you must modify the database username and password before you can execute the SQL statements). If you have a different type of database, you can use these files as a reference on how to create a database with the same schema as is described in these two files.
- Configure access to the database for an administrator
by using the SRC VTA to monitor and manage subscribers. Edit the following
options in the file as required for your external database:
SRC VTA database name
- Use your standard mechanism to execute the SQL statements
contained in the file. This creates a database inside your database
server, with the schema needed by the SRC VTA.
If the provided file does not contain SQL sufficient to create a database inside your database server, you must create the database manually. Use the provided file as a reference to understand the exact schema required by the SRC VTA