How to install software for a WebSphere cluster.
When you install software for a WebSphere cluster, you set up the following:
One WebSphere Deployment Manager
Manages the other federated profiles in the cell through node agents.
One or more nodes
Each node contains one or more cluster members (also called servers), which run the
A process that manages communication between the Deployment Manager and the federated profile.
Service Integration Bus
Groups resources in WebSphere to simplify administration. The WebSphere cluster is added as a member of the bus.
Provides messaging functionality for members of the service integration bus. One message engine exists for the cluster.
Stores messages and transaction status for the message engine.
A Web ServerDistributes the load to the appropriate server and, if SiteMinder is installed, protects access to the cluster members.
This page contains the following topics:
The following figure shows the relationship between the Deployment Manager, message engine, message store, nodes, and cluster members. The Identity Manager
Identity ManagerServer is installed from the Deployment Manager system to each cluster member.
For more information about these components, see the WebSphere System Management and Administration Redbook.
Before you configure Identity Manager
Identity Manageron a WebSphere cluster, you should be familiar with the concepts and procedures for creating a WebSphere cluster. See the IBM WebSphere documentation for more information about WebSphere clusters.
Do not enable WebSphere Security on the Network Deployment server until the installation completes. After the installation completes, you can enable the security feature. See Enable WebSphere Security After Configuration.
Also, be sure you have performed the procedures in Installation Prerequisites.
Install WebSphere on each Node
On each system that you have used for a cluster member, install WebSphere.
Follow these steps:
Install the IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment software on each cluster member.
Create a Deployment Manager profile without admin credentials.
Use the Profile Creation Wizard to create a custom profile for each node.
You use this profile to configure a connection to the Deployment Manager.
Start each node as follows:
was_home\WebSphere\AppServer\bin on the system where the managed node is located.
Execute the startNode.bat\.sh command.
Confirm that a single cell has all the nodes associated with it at this location:
You should see all federated nodes displayed as folder names.
Creation of profiles may sometimes fail if the bootstrap ports (default: 2809) are not unique. You can check for an error message in the pctLog.txt file in the created profiles’ logs folder. For example:
(Oct 10, 2007 6:45:55 PM), Install, com.ibm.ws.install.ni.ismp.actions.ISMPWSProfileLaunchAction, err, INSTCONFFAILED: Cannot complete required configuration actions after the installation. The configuration failed. The installation is not successful. Refer to C:\Program Files\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer\logs\wasprofile\wasprofile_create_CustomIMFromNode.log for more details.
Inspecting the wasprofile_create_CustomIMFromNode.log shows that this failure was due to Bootstrap ports that is not unique.
Create the Cluster with One Member
You now configure the cluster with a single member. The other cluster members are added in a subsequent procedure after you install Identity Manager
Follow these steps:
In the Administrative Console, verify that the nodes show a Synchronized status.
Use the Create New Cluster wizard to create the cluster with one member.
Make a note of the cluster name and the server node name that you create in using this wizard. The server node is the cluster member node.
Stop the cluster member, but leave the Node Agents running.
Install Identity Manager
Identity Manageron a WebSphere Cluster
The following procedures describe how to install Identity Manager
Identity Manageron a WebSphere cluster.
During the installation, the following EARs are installed on the cluster domain:
When you supply a cluster name during the installation, these primary resources are configured:
Distributed queues/topics targeted to the cluster
Connection factories targeted to the cluster
Data sources targeted to cluster
iam_im-IMSBus, the Service Integration Bus for
Message engine store for the cluster
Core group policies used by the message engine
Run the Installation from the Deployment Manager
Once you have created the WebSphere cluster, you can install Identity Manager Identity Manager
Identity Manageron it. To install the
Identity Manageron all cluster members, you use this procedure and the procedures that follow it.
In previous releases of Identity Manager
Identity Managerinstaller. WebSphere then populates the message store table, creates the message engine, and deploys the
Identity Managerapplication ear and binaries to each node in the cluster.
Follow these steps:
Perform these steps if you are using Microsoft SQL server:
Open SQL Management Studio.
Locate the user who owns the message store database.
Set that user's default schema to dbo.
Log into the system with the Deployment Manager.
On Windows, log in as the Windows Administrator.
On UNIX, log in as root.
Stop the first cluster member, the only cluster member that you have configured so far.
Start the Node Agent for that cluster member.
Make sure the WebSphere Deployment Manager server is up and running.
On the system that hosts the Deployment Manager, run the
Windows: From your installation media, run the following program:
Linux: From your installation media, run the installation program.
releaserepresents the current release of
Be sure that you have the collected the information needed by the installer, such as user names, host names, and ports.
Complete the Select Components section by including the
Identity ManagerServer and any other components that you need on this system.
If you see options to upgrade the workflow database and migrate task persistence data, enable those options. They appear in some scenarios when your previous installation was
When you enter any password or shared secret in the installation, be sure to provide a password that you can recall when needed.
Complete the other sections based on your requirements for the installation.
The WebSphere section includes these fields:
WebSphere Install Folder
The folder or directory where WebSphere is installed. You find this location in the Windows or UNIX file system.
The first cluster member in the WebSphere cluster. You find this name in the WebSphere console.
The deployment manager profile. You find this name in the Windows or UNIX file system at the path:
The deployment manager's cell which can be found in the WebSphere console.
Cell names are case sensitive in all operating systems. Be sure to use the correct case.
A node that contains the Server Name you supplied on this screen. You find this name in the WebSphere console.
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The name of the cluster. You find this name in the WebSphere console.
Access URL and port
The URL and port number of the Web Server used for load balancing.
Complete the Message Store section. The installer creates a JDBC data source as the Message Engine message store based on the following information you provide:
Enter the message store database.
Enter the user who owns the message store database.
For Microsoft SQL Server, enter dbo.
For Oracle, enter the user who owns the message store database.
If any issues occur during installation, inspect the installation logs.
Warning!Do not start the cluster yet, as it will not function. Complete the remaining procedures, which conclude with the steps to start the cluster.
Add Cluster Members
Assign the Core Group Policy for the Cluster
To enable high availability and workload management in the cluster, a core group policy now exists for the message engine. This policy, IMSPolicy, defines the preferred cluster member to use for the message engine. If that cluster member fails, the message engine switches to another cluster member, but returns to the preferred cluster member when it becomes available again.
Perform the following procedure once for each cluster member to add cluster members to this policy. For more information about this topic, see Setting up Preferred Servers in the Default Messaging Provider section of the WebSphere System Management and Administration Redbook.
Follow these steps:
In the WebSphere Console, locate the IMSpolicy.
It is under Core Group, Default Core Group, Policies.
Select Preferred Servers.
A list of Core Group Servers appears.
Add each cluster member under Preferred Servers.
Do not select node agents or the Deployment Manager.
The first cluster member in the list is the one that the messaging engine uses by default. Move the cluster member up or down in the list until they appear in the order in which they should be used.
Click OK to save the changes.
Configure Workflow for Cluster Members
From the Deployment Manager system where you installed Identity Manager
Identity Manager, you configure workflow for each cluster member.
Follow these steps:
Start the WebSphere Console.
Navigate to Servers, Server Types, Application Servers,
Under Communications, Expand Ports.
Make a note of the value for the BOOTSTRAP_ADDRESS port.
Edit the workpoint-client.properties file under iam_im.ear/config.
Locate the WebSphere section in this file.
Replace the default port with the profile’s port that is used for the BOOTSTRAP_ADDRESS.
Repeat this procedure for each cluster member.
Restart the cluster members.
Configure the Proxy Plug-In for the Web Server
You install the proxy plug-in so that WebSphere can communicate with the web server.
Follow these steps:
See the WebSphere Management and Administration Redbook for instructions about installing the proxy plug-in for the web server. The chapter on Session Management discusses this plug-in.
Restart the Web server to activate the plug-in.
For IIS Web Servers -- In the master WWW service, be sure that the WebSphere plug-in (sePlugin) appears after the SiteMinder Web Agent plug-in and that the WebSphere plug-in started successfully.
For Sun Java System Web Servers -- Be sure that the WebSphere plug-in (libns41_http.so) is loaded after the SiteMinder Web Agent plug-in (NSAPIWebAgent.so)
For Sun Java System 6.0 Web Servers, check the order of plug-ins in <
For Sun Java System 5.x Web Servers, copy the following lines from <
-instance/config/magnus.conf to <
Init fn="load-modules" funcs="as_init,as_handler,as_term" shlib="/export/WebSphere/AppServer/bin/libns41_http.so"Init fn="as_init" bootstrap.properties="/export/WebSphere/AppServer/config/cells/plugin-cfg.xml"
Add the following after AuthTrans fn="SiteMinderAgent" in the obj.conf file:
For Apache Web Servers -- In the Dynamic Shared Object (DSO) Support section of
Apache_home/config/httpd.conf, be sure that the SiteMinder Web Agent plug-in (mod2_sm.so)is loaded before the WebSphere plug-in (mod_ibm_app_server_http.so).
Set the Virtual Host Alias
To enable access to any node beyond the first node in the cluster, use the value for WC_defaulthost port as a virtual host alias.
Follow these steps:
Go to the General Properties page.
Locate the Communications section.(Video) Websphere-8.5.5 Installation from command line
Make a note of the value for WC_defaulthost port.
Go to the Hosts Alias page.
This page is under Environment, Virtual host, default host.
Verify the port on the second node.
The value must match the value for WC_defaulthost on the General Properties page.
If the values differ, change the Host Alias to match the General Properties value.
Repeat this procedure for each node beyond the first two nodes.
Start the WebSphere Cluster
To start the WebSphere cluster, you start the Deployment Manager and then start each managed node.
Follow these steps:
Start a Policy Server that supports
If you have a Policy Server cluster, only one Policy Server should be running while you create
Identity Managerdirectories, create or modify
Identity Managerenvironments, or change WorkPoint settings.
Run the Deployment Manager.
On the first managed node, complete the following steps:
Execute the startNode.bat\.sh command.
The first managed node starts.
Repeat step 3 on each node in the cluster.
Start each cluster member in Servers, Clusters,
cluster_name, Cluster Members in the WebSphere Administrative Console on the Deployment Manager.
Verify that the messaging engine for the cluster is running in Service integration, Buses, iam_im-IMSBus, Messaging Engines in the WebSphere Admin Console on the Deployment Manager.
If you have installed a SiteMinder Web Agent, start the Web Server where you installed the SiteMinder Web Agent and the application server proxy plug-in.
Verify the Clustered Installation
When you have completed all steps and startedthecluster, check thattheinstallationwas successful.
Start any extra Policy Servers and CA IdentityMinder nodes that you stopped.
AccesstheCA IdentityMinder Management Console as follows:
host_nameDefinesthefully-qualified host name fortheserver where CA IdentityMinder is installedportDefinestheapplication server port.
Verifythat you can access an upgraded environment using this URL format:
Configure a Remote Provisioning Manager
If you installed the Provisioning Manager on a different system from the Provisioning Server, you configure communication to the server.
To install the Provisioning Manager, install the Identity Manager
Identity ManagerAdministrative Tools on a Windows system.
Follow these steps:
Log in to the Windows system where you installed Provisioning Manager.
Go to Start, Programs, CA, Identity Manager, Provisioning Manager Setup.
Enter the hostname of the Provisioning Server.
For an alternate Provisioning Server, select the domain name from the pull-down list.
You can now start the Provisioning Manager and see the domain name that you configured.
Enable WebSphere Security After Configuration
Use the following steps to enable WebSphere Security after configuration.
Update the Workpoint Setting in Identity Manager
Create an application user on the authorization directory used for protecting the WebSphere Console. This example uses a user named
Follow these steps:
1) Log in to the WebSphere console with an Admin user
2) In the
WebSphere Console, select
Applications, Application Types, webSphere enterprise application.
3) Click the
4) Under modules, select
J2C connection factories.
Additional Properties, select
11) Type the Identity Manager
Identity ManagerWP User password, and then click
12) On the Ant Trail, click
J2C connection factories:
14) Repeat steps 9 through 11.
15) Sync and then save the changes.
Do not restart the Network Deployment server until you finish the next section.
Enable WAS Security Support for CA Identity Manager Workflow Service
This example also uses a user name called
1) In the WebSphere console, select
Security, and then select
2) Select the enable administrative security checkbox, and then click
Administrative user roles.
4) Type *
IMWPand then click
5) Select the user, assign the configurator Role, and then click
6) On the ant trail, select the
7) On the right-side menu, expand
RMI/IIOP security, and then click
CSIv2 inbound communications.
8) Change the
SSL-supported, and then click
9) Repeat step
CSIv2 outbound communication.
10) On the left-side menu, select
Environment, Naming, CORBA
naming service users.
12) Type *
IMWPand then click
13) Select the user, assign all available roles, and then click
14) On the left-side menu, select
integration, and then click
Additional Properties, click
General Properties, make sure the
Enable bus securityoption is
18) Save and synchronize the changes to all nodes.
19) Restart the Network Deployment Server.
Install on WebSphere
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