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eSight V300R009C00 Single-Node System Software Installation Guide (SUSE Linux) 09

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eSight Server Installation Plan

eSight Server Installation Plan

This topic describes how to plan installation information, such as the IP address, host name, and password, to help correctly install eSight.

Host Name Preinstallation Setting

Table 4-5 Host name list

Item

Preinstallation Setting

Description

eSight server host name

eSightServer

To ensure that the eSight can run properly, host name planning must comply with the following rules and restrictions:

  • Be unique on the live network.
  • Contain letters (A to Z, or a to z), digits (0 to 9), or hyphens (-) and start with a letter.
  • Be case-sensitive.
  • Contain at least two characters.
  • Contain no more than 24 characters.

IP Address Preinstallation Setting

Table 4-6 IP address list

Item

Preinstallation Setting

Description

System IP address

Network port 1

  • IP address: 192.168.1.100
  • Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
  • Default gateway: 192.168.1.1
  • The static IP address must be used.
  • The IP address must be unique on the live network.
  • You can plan only one IP address for one network interface. It is not allowed to plan or set multiple IP addresses for the same network interface.
  • If the eSight server has multiple IP addresses in several network segments, use the IP address that resides in the same network segment as the managed device's IP address or (Optional) Configuring Multi-Subnet Management. If neither of the two conditions is met, eSight cannot manage devices with IP addresses in different network segments from its own.
  • The eSight server can communicate with managed devices.
  • The eSight server can communicate with Web clients.
  • The iBMC IP address and system IP address can be located either on the same network segment or on different network segments.

Network port 2/3/4 and extended network port

-

iBMC IP address

  • IP address: 192.168.2.100
  • Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
  • Default gateway: 192.168.2.1

Disk Partition Preinstallation Setting

Table 4-7 Server disk partition list

Partition

Size

File Format

Description

/

50GB

Ext3

Used as the root directory for installing the operating system.

swap

32GB

Swap

Used as the swap directory.

/boot/efi

1GB

FAT

Used as the boot directory.

/tmp

10GB

Ext3

Used to store temporary files

/home

1GB

Ext3

Home directory of the operating system user.

/var

20GB

Ext3

Used to store dynamic data about the daemon process and other system service processes.

/var/log

10GB

Ext3

Used to store system log data.

/var/log/audit

10GB

Ext3

Used to store audited log data.

/opt

Total remaining space.

Ext3

Used to install Oracle database and eSight.

Installation Path Preinstallation Setting

Table 4-8 Installation path list

Item

Preinstallation Setting

Description

eSight installation path

/opt/eSight

  • The eSight software cannot be installed in the root directory.
  • The eSight installation directory and its absolute path must contain only letters, digits, or underscores. The absolute path must begin with digits or underscores and cannot contain more than 50 characters.

Oracle database installation path

/opt/oracle

Data files must not be stored in the eSight installation path.

Oracle data file storage path

/opt/eSightData

  • The size of data files increases during eSight operation, so it is recommended that data files be not saved to the system partition.
  • Data files must not be stored in the eSight installation path.

User Name and Password Preinstallation Setting

You must remember eSight user passwords. If you forget them, you may have to reinstall eSight.

Table 4-9 User and password list

Item

Default Password

Description

Note

SUSE Linux administrator user root

Changeme123

root is a default Linux OS user. It has the highest operation rights of the OS. The root user can control all OS resources, create users, assign rights to the users, and use all the functions provided by the OS. In addition, the root user can install or uninstall the eSight server application.

Each user must have a unique password.

The password setting must comply with the following rules:

  • The password cannot contain the user name in normal or reverse order.
  • The password ranges from 8 to 32 characters.
  • No character can exceed 3 occurrences in the password.
  • The password must contain at least one uppercase letter (A to Z), lowercase letter (a to z) and digit (0 to 9).

SUSE Linux network management user ossuser

Changeme_123

Theossuser account, automatically created by the eSight, performs routine operation and maintenance (O&M) for the eSight server. The ossuser user can remotely log in to the server through SSH and upload or download files through SFTP. In the distributed deployment scenario, the ossuser user is an administrator account used to monitor and maintain distributed servers. It can be also used to back up and restore data on the slave node through the maintenance tool.

SUSE Linux user oracle

Changeme123

The oracle user is used to maintain the Oracle database, for example, installing the Oracle database, creating database instances, and starting or stopping the database. The oracle user can remotely log in to the server through SSH and upload or download files through SFTP.

Oracle database administrator user system

Changeme123

The system user is a default user provided by the Oracle. It is the system administrator of the Oracle. The system user can control all database resources, create other users, assign rights to other users, and perform all operations provided by the Oracle. During the eSight installation, the system user is used to create NMS database and NMS database users.

Oracle database administrator user sys

Changeme123

The sys user is a default user provided by the Oracle. It is the system administrator of the Oracle and has all rights of the database.

Oracle database network management user commonuser

Changeme_123

The commonuser user is a database user of the NMS.

eSight administrator user admin

Changeme123

The admin user is the administrator provided by the eSight. The admin user has the management rights of all devices and operation rights of all eSight clients.

Maintenance tool user sys

Changeme123

The sys user is the unique user of the maintenance tool. The sys user can manage the eSight server and perform all operations on the maintenance tool.

Table 4-10 Server information

Item

Sub-item

Default Value

Description

2288H V5 server

User name and password for logging in to the iBMC management system

  • Default user name: Administrator
  • Default password: Admin@9000

-

BIOS password

  • Default password: Admin@9000

-

RH5885H V3 server

User name and password for logging in to the iBMC management system

  • Default user name: root
  • Default password: Huawei12#$

-

BIOS password

  • Default password: Huawei12#$

-

Database Preinstallation Setting

Table 4-11 Database parameter list

Item

Preinstallation Setting

Description

Oracle database listener name

ESIGHTLISTENER

-

Oracle database listening port

31521

-

Oracle database instance

esight

-

Oracle database service name

esight

-

Oracle database maximum connections

500

eSight requires maximum number of Oracle database connections to be larger than or equal to 500.

Database Character Set

AL32UTF8

-

Time Zone and Time Preinstallation Setting

Table 4-12 Time zone and time list

Item

Example

Description

Time zone

UTC+08:00

-

Time

14:00

-

Port Preinstallation Setting

Refer to the eSight Communication Matrix to know the port numbers used by eSight.

If unrelated software is installed on the eSight server, port conflicts may occur, preventing the normal eSight operation.

On SUSE Linux, eSight automatically creates mappings for ports shown in Table 4-13 during installation, which increases system compatibility. Before eSight installation, ensure that these ports are not mapped.

Table 4-13 Port mappings

Source Port

Mapped Port

Port Function

21

31921

FTP port

69

32182

TFTP port

162

10162

Alarm port

514

32185

syslog port

NOTE:

You can run the following command to check the port mappings:

# iptables -t nat -L

If ports 31921, 32182, 10162, and 32185 are contained in the following information, the ports are mapped. Otherwise, the ports are not mapped.

Chain PREROUTING (policy ACCEPT) 
target     prot opt source               destination 
REDIRECT   tcp  --  anywhere             anywhere            tcp dpt:ftp redir ports 31921
REDIRECT   udp  --  anywhere             anywhere            udp dpt:tftp redir ports 32182
REDIRECT   udp  --  anywhere             anywhere            udp dpt:snmptrap redir ports 10162
REDIRECT   udp  --  anywhere             anywhere            udp dpt:shell redir ports 32185
DNAT       udp  --  anywhere             anywhere            udp dpt:bootps ADDRTYPE match dst-type BROADCAST to:255.255.255.255:44367
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