Updating your nim image


17-Jan-2017 14:26

We verify that the resources specified for the operation are exported properly by checking the /etc/exports and /etc/xtab files on the server.

Also, we confirm that the resources have permissions set correctly for reading.

Because I have a separate LUN for NIM, it's possible to increase the filesystem when necessary. rm: removing /nim/lpp_source/lpp_5300_06_07/installp/ppc/sysmgtlib.5.3.0.50. U bash-3.2# nim -o check lpp_5300_06_07 bash-3.2# lsnim -l lpp_5300_06_07 lpp_5300_06_07: class = resources type = lpp_source arch = power Rstate = ready for use prev_state = verification is being performed location = /nim/lpp_source/lpp_5300_06_07 simages = yes alloc_count = 0 server = master If you want to work with different kind of versions you have to create a non-/usr SPOT. Be sure to check the output from the SPOT installation to verify that all the expected software was successfully installed.

/nim/lpp_source/lpp_6100_00_01/RPMS/ppc/cdrecord-1.9-7.aix5.2rpm ...... First ensure that NFS is running on the master/resource server.During client install client needs to run commands (mkvg, mklv..), these commands are availabe in the SPOT.During the installation, the client machine NFS mounts this resource in order to access the code needed for the installation process.In case you need to increase the storage space needed for NIM data perform the following steps: Installation Summary -------------------- Name Level Part Event Result ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- bos.master 6.1.3.0 USR APPLY SUCCESS bos.master 6.1.3.0 USR COMMIT SUCCESS ---- end ---- Note: Before starting the initialization, make sure the NIM master can be resolved with the nameserver, for the A-record, as well as for the reverse record. Subsystem PID is 274446.bash-3.2# lsnim master machines master boot resources boot nim_script resources nim_script net_10_1_0_0 networks ent bash-3.2# lsnim -l master master: class = machines type = master max_nimesis_threads = 20 comments = machine which controls the NIM environment client_reg = no platform = chrp netboot_kernel = mp if1 = net_10_1_0_0 ms-nim01.company.local 001A6444B9C8 cable_type1 = tp Cstate = ready for a NIM operation prev_state = Mstate = currently running serves = boot serves = nim_script master_port = 1058 registration_port = 1059 reserved = yes bash-3.2# lsnim -l boot boot: class = resources type = boot comments = represents the network boot resource Rstate = ready for use location = /tftpboot alloc_count = 0 server = master reserved = yes bash-3.2# lsnim -l nim_script nim_script: class = resources type = nim_script comments = directory containing customization scripts created by NIM Rstate = ready for use location = /export/nim/scripts alloc_count = 0 server = master reserved = yes bash-3.2# lsnim -l net_10_10_0_0 net_10_1_0_0: class = networks type = ent Nstate = ready for use prev_state = information is missing from this object's definition net_addr = 10.10.0.0 snm = 255.255.0.0 routing1 = default 10.10.1.2bash-3.2# cat /etc/niminfo # nimconfig export NIM_NAME=master export NIM_CONFIGURATION=master export NIM_MASTER_PORT=1058 export NIM_REGISTRATION_PORT=1059 export NIM_MASTER_HOSTNAME=ms-nim01.company.localbash-3.2# lssrc -ls inetd Subsystem Group PID Status inetd tcpip 135338 active Debug Not active Signal Purpose SIGALRM Establishes socket connections for failed services. Note that you don't need to provide the name of the directory for the location, it will automatically create a directory by the name of the SPOT object. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Pre-installation Verification... ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Verifying selections..Verifying requisites..Results... SUCCESSES --------- Filesets listed in this section passed pre-installation verification and will be installed.