Tech Tip: IBMVM Rest Implementation On CCC/DM Server

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As of release 2.9.5, the capman_da probe supports data collection for UIM probe ibmvm_rest (IBM REST API), v1.04. To make your existing Data Manager compatible with this new capability and to ensure full integration, you must deploy two patches on your system. Follow these steps to deploy the patches:

 

Deploy the ibmvm_rest.xml file

  1. Unpack the attached ca_uim_ibmvm_rest_xml.zip file. The zip file contains a file named ca_uim_ibmvm_rest_db.xml.
  2. Deploy this xml file on your system by copying it to the following location:
    - Windows: <ccc_install_folder>\ApacheTomcat\webapps\DM\WEB-INF\classes\ca_uim_ibmvm_rest_db.xml
    - Linux: <ccc_install_folder>/ApacheTomcat/webapps/DM/WEB-INF/classes/ca_uim_ibmvm_rest_db.xml
  3. Restart the CCC service:

- Windows:

a. Click Start, Control Panel, Administrative Tools. Click Services.

b. Select the Apache Tomcat 7.0 CA_CCC service and restart it.

- Linux:

a. In a terminal, navigate to the bin directory of Apache Tomcat Server: <ccc_install_folder>/ApacheTomcat/bin

b. Do:

./stop.sh

./start.sh

 

Deploy the ibmvm_rest sql files

      1. Unpack the attached ca_uim_ibmvm_rest_sql.zip file. The zip file contains a file named 20161205055500_CA_UIM_IBMVM_REST_DB_DML.sql.
      2. Deploy this sql file on your system by copying it to the following location:
        - Windows: C:\Program Files\CA\Capacity Command Center <Version>\ccc-migrations\standard\scripts
        - Linux: /opt/CA/CapacityCommandCenter<Version>/ccc-migrations/standard/scripts
      3. Check the ccc-db.properties file at:
        - Windows: C:\Program Files\CA\Capacity Command Center <Version>\ccc-migrations\standard\environments
        - Linux: /opt/CA/CapacityCommandCenter<Version>/ccc-migrations/standard/environments
        If the password is blank, provide the password for the current user.
      4. Check the ccc-db.properties file at:
        - Windows: C:\Program Files\CA\Capacity Command Center <Version>\ccc-migrations\cml\environments
        - Linux: /opt/CA/CapacityCommandCenter<Version>/ccc-migrations/cml/environments
        If the password is blank, provide the password for the current user.
      5. Run the script file at
        - Windows: C:\Program Files\CA\Capacity Command Center <Version>\ccc-migrations\bin\upgrade-ccc-db.bat
        - Linux: /opt/CA/CapacityCommandCenter<Version>/ccc-migrations/bin/upgrade-ccc-db.sh
      6. After executing this file, one log file will be generated by the name upgrade-ccc-db.log at:
        - Windows: C:\Program Files\CA\Capacity Command Center <Version>\ccc-migrations\bin
        - Linux: /opt/CA/CapacityCommandCenter<Version>/ccc-migrations/bin
      7. Check the log file to verify whether the script was executed successfully. No error in the log file means that the script was executed successfully.


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