HCL Workload Automation on Amazon Web Services

wa_configureOracle command

Configure the HCL Workload Automation on Amazon Web Services AMI for Oracle on the master domain manager and backup domain manager, if present.

Syntax

wa_configureOracle -component [MDM|BKM]   -dbName db_name -dbHost db_hostname -dbPort db_port -dbAdmin db_administrator -dbAdminPwd db_administrator_password -dbUser HWA_db_user -dbUserPwd HWA_db_user_password [-enablePartitioning] [-masterIP master_ip_address] [-remoteUser remote_sudo_user] [-password remote_sudo_user_password | -key private_ssh_key_file] [-update ]

wa_configureOracle  -usage | -help | -?

Arguments

component
The component to be configured. The following components are supported:
MDM
master domain manager
BKM
backup domain manager
dbName
The name of the remote Oracle database
dbHost
The host name of the workstation where the remote Oracle database is stored.
dbPort
The database port.
dbAdmin
The name of the Oracle user with administrator privileges.
dbAdminPwd
The password of the database administrator.
dbUser
The HCL Workload Automation on Amazon Web Services user defined in the database.
dbUserPwd
The password for the HCL Workload Automation on Amazon Web Services user.
enablePartitioning
Specify this parameter to enable partitioning.
masterIP
The IP address of the master domain manager on the private network. Specify this parameter when configuring the backup domain manager. Do not use the public IP address.
remoteuser
The user defined on the master domain manager with sudo privileges. Specify this parameter when configuring the backup domain manager. The default user is wauser.
password
The password for the remote user with sudo privileges defined on the master domain manager. Specify this parameter when configuring the backup domain manager, if you have defined the password method for granting access to the wauser user, as described in Configuring a backup domain manager.
key
The path to the ssh private key file. Specify this parameter when configuring the backup domain manager, if you have defined the SSL key method for granting access to the wauser user, as described in Configuring a backup domain manager.
update
If specified, requires that the upgrade procedure is performed. Use this argument to upgrade your environment to the latest fix pack. For details, see Upgrading your environment.
usage
Displays the usage of the command.
help
Displays the help of the command.
?
Displays the help of the command.
Note:
  • The user defined in the dbUser parameter is an Oracle logical user which is created in the Oracle tables when the script runs. Do no create this user in advance.
  • The partitioning feature might increase the performance of event-driven workload automation, but might be billable by Oracle in addition to the standard Oracle license.

Comments

After the script has completed successfully, no further configuration is required.