Cisco Prime Fulfillment Installation Guide 6.1
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - V - W -



ADCi® 2-1

administrative access 2-33

AdventNet® 2-1

Apache® Tomcat 2-1

archive backup D-2

autoextend option A-5

available disk space F-5


backup 2-1, D-1

database D-22

non-database files D-23

Oracle database A-8

backup, understanding process flow D-7

backup and recovery

data Items Included D-1

backup and restore

configuring D-5

configuring process D-5

functions D-7

installing backup and restore tool D-4

planning D-3

post configuration status D-18

preconditions D-7

Prime Fulfillment repository D-1

process overview D-3

Sybase database D-15

backup directory structure, typical D-9

backup process behaviour D-19

backup process flow D-7

backup scheme

full D-8

incremental D-8

backup script

using D-18

browse 2-7


CD-ROM 1-1, 2-3

checking router configurations

overview B-9

Cisco Configuration Engine

connectivity B-7

downloading to a server B-2

overview B-1

server B-4

setting up with Prime Fulfillment B-1

setup B-1

testing rv connectivity to Prime Fulfillment B-7

using B-2

CLIs E-3

command line installer 2-26

command-line interfaces E-3

config term E-3

configuration, initial 2-2

configuring HTTPS 2-32

configuring Oracle RAC A-7

connectivity, Prime Fulfillment and Cisco Configuration Engine B-7

connectivity from Cisco Configuration Engine B-8

copy E-3

creating the Prime Fulfillment owner 2-2

custom 2-6

custom option 2-5


database D-26

connection A-5

Oracle, opening A-4

recovering D-23

restore 2-11

running live backup D-26

Sybase backup and restore D-15

testing A-5

version 2-2

database, backup D-22

database initial parameter file

modifying D-22

daylight saving time F-8

dbshut A-3

DBSPAWN error -84 F-8

dbstart A-3, A-4

device setup

IOS XR 1-5


location 2-7

removal 2-9

disk space

available 2-24, F-5

lacking F-3


echo mode

definition F-10

how to use F-10

support F-10

when to use F-10

who should use F-10

embedded Sybase 2-15

enable E-3

end E-3

error messages

Cannot connect to the data store F-9

Could not connect to the name server, when starting Prime Fulfillment F-9


no VPNSC host entry in the database, when starting Prime Fulfillment F-8

This is not a database server F-9

exit E-3

express 2-6

express option 2-5

external Oracle 2-15, 2-18


file descriptor limit, fixing problem with 1-4

finding hostname F-1

full backup

definition D-2

scheme D-8


graphical user interface

using 2-3


high watermarks 2-23


cannot find F-1

recommended action F-1

hostname, finding F-1


port 2-19

server 2-19


configuring 2-32

port 2-20

server 2-20



incremental backup

definition D-2

scheme D-8

initORACLE_SID.ora A-3


license keys 2-33

type 2-6 failure F-4


installation utility GUI, not displayed F-4

issues F-3

script 2-5

verifying Prime Fulfillment installation with Oracle A-6


Oracle A-2

installing and logging into Prime Fulfillment 2-1

installing Prime Fulfillment 2-2

install prompts and user responses

sample D-15

install status, post install D-16

Internet Explorer 1-5

IOS versions supported 1-6

IOS XR device setup 1-5

IOS XR versions supported 1-6


JCraft 2-2

JDK patches 1-4


known installation issues F-3


launching Oracle A-3, A-4

launching topology tool 2-33

license key

installing 2-1

license keys

about 2-33

installing 2-33

live backup D-2, D-24

of Prime Fulfillment databases D-26

restoring database D-24, D-26

logging console E-3

logging in for the first time 2-32

logging into Prime Fulfillment 2-1, 2-32

logical domains C-1

login shell file 1-4

low watermarks 2-23

lsnrctl start A-4


Macrovision® 2-2

moving Prime Fulfillment servers F-2

multiple Prime Fulfillment instances F-2


network device recommendations 1-6

network devices and software versions 1-6

non-database files

backup D-23


Oracle A-5

and Prime Fulfillment A-6

database 1-6, 2-2

database, opening A-4

database backup A-8

database backup and restore D-20

database connection, testing A-5

external 2-15, 2-18

files, setting up A-4

initORACLE_SID.ora A-3

installing A-2

launching A-4

opening database A-4

oratab A-3

prerequisites A-1, A-2

Prime Fulfillment user account A-5

prime user account A-5

processes, verifying A-3

setup A-1

support in Prime Fulfillment A-1

tablespace A-4

tablespace requirements A-4

testing your database connection A-5

troubleshooting A-8

verifying and launching A-3

verifying Prime Fulfillment installation A-6

Oracle database

backup and restore D-20

Oracle RAC

configuring A-7

Oracle standby system

set up D-27

using D-27

oratab A-3


packages included with Prime Fulfillment 2-1


default login 2-33

setting default 2-2

ping E-3

plutosetup B-2

post install status D-16


Oracle A-1

Prime Fulfillment

administrative access 2-33

and Oracle A-6

client 1-5

command-line interfaces E-3

configuration E-1

connectivity B-7

included packages 2-1

instances F-2

master machine B-2

owner 2-1, 2-2

protocols E-2

repository, backup and restore D-1

restart D-27

runtime configuration E-1

secondary system D-23

server hardware 1-1

servers F-2

software installation A-6

Solaris server configuration 1-4

uninstalling 2-34

Prime Fulfillment database schema

loading A-6

Prime Fulfillment master server

connectivity to Cisco Configuration Engine B-7

Prime Fulfillment owner

creating 2-2

Prime Fulfillment runtime configuration information E-1

Prime Fulfillment server

renaming F-2


reboot, procedure following A-3

recommendations 1-1

reload E-3

renaming Prime Fulfillment servers F-2


backup 2-1

backup and restore D-1

migration 2-1

moving F-2

restore 2-1

repository upgrade tool

using 2-30

restarting Prime Fulfillment D-27

restore 2-1, 2-11, D-1

from media failure D-11

functions D-11

preconditions D-10

process flow D-10

to a desired point-in-time D-13

restore, understanding process flow D-10

restoring database from backup D-19

restoring database from live backup D-26

restoring Sybase repository 2-31


RMAN catalog

creating catalog D-21

creating database D-21

registering the Prime Fulfillment database D-21

RMAN user, creating D-21

root 2-2, 2-6

router configurations B-9

checking B-9

runtime configuration information E-1

rv connectivity and Cisco Configuration Engine B-7


Cisco Configuration Engine B-4

configuring daemon on a Cisco Configuration Engine server B-4

configuring daemon on Prime Fulfillment master machine B-2




hardware 1-1

Solaris 1-1

setting up your Oracle files A-4

showdiag E-3

show etherchannel port E-3

show interfaces switchport E-3

show modules E-3

show port E-3

show running E-3

show startup E-3

show ver E-3

size, database 2-3, 2-7, 2-9

software version recommendations 1-6


virtualization support C-1

zones C-1

Solaris 10 patches 1-4

Solaris server 1-1

Solaris virtualization support C-1

Solaris zones C-1

SourcForge® Ehcache 2-2

sqlplus A-5

standby system

backup and restore D-1

for Prime Fulfillment (secondary system) D-23

setting up D-23

startup scripts F-4

stopall command 2-3

Sun hardware 1-1, 1-3

Sun Microsystems® Java JRE 2-2

Sun part numbers 1-1, 1-3

SUNWbzip 1-4

SUNWlldap 1-4


backup and restore D-3

configuring backup and restore tool D-16

database backup and restore D-15

installing backup and restore tool D-15

overview of backup and restore process D-3

Sybase embedded 2-15

Sybase repository

about 2-31

restoring 2-31

Sybase standby system D-24

process overview D-24

set up D-26

sysdba A-5

system recommendations 1-1


tablespace, Oracle A-4

TCP ports

default values E-1

protocol directions E-1

temporary files F-4

term E-3


TIBCO port 2-22

TIBCO Rendezvous

configuring routing daemon B-2

multiple Prime Fulfillment instances with the same port F-2

topology tool, launching 2-33

troubleshooting A-8, F-1

file descriptor limit, fixing problem with 1-4


unable to find the hostname F-1

uninstalling Prime Fulfillment 2-1, 2-34

upgrade matrix 2-29

upgrade tool

locating 2-30

upgrading an existing installation 2-29

user account

Oracle A-5

useradd command 2-2


verifying Oracle A-3


watermarks 2-23

wdclient status 2-25

web browsers 1-5

workstation recommendations 1-1, 1-3

write mem E-3