- Connect to the vCenter server to deploy Data Mover using the vSphere Client.
- From the Home tab, go to .
- In the Navigator pane, select a host and Deploy OVF Template.
Choose Select an OVF template and then:
- Select Local file.
- Select Choose Files and browse to the .ova file that you downloaded.
- Click Next.
Add a public network to the instance after deploying the .ova file.
Wait for the deployment to complete.
- In the Navigator pane, right-click the VM and select .
Once the VM instance is running, log on to the network using SSH with the following credentials:
linux login: rootPassword: tdcThe IP address is displayed on the Summary screen of the vSphere client.
After login, configure the network:
Gather the following information to run the network configuration script:
- VM name (enter a hostname for this VM)
- Public IP address (must be static)
- Gateway IP address
- Network domain
- Primary DNS IP address
- (Optional) Secondary DNS IP address
- (Optional) Private IP address – only enter if a separate private network adapter is attached to the VM and you want to configure it.
- Primary NTP server
- (Optional) Secondary NTP server
Run the network configuration script:
# /var/opt/teradata/packages/DataMover/config-network-dmAllow several minutes for the script to complete configuration – before and after it restarts the VM. You can be run again at any time.
- Gather the following information to run the network configuration script:
Run # /opt/teradata/datamover/daemon/xx.xx/dm-control.sh status to verify all services are running:
Checking for Teradata ActiveMQ: running Checking for Teradata DataMover dmdaemon: running dmdaemon is RUNNING Checking for Teradata DataMover dmagent: running dmagent is RUNNING Checking for TMSMonitor: running Checking for Teradata BAR dsc: running dsc is running Checking for DSARest web service: running The DSARest web service is running
- Configure the bundled DSA using the following steps in the order shown:
Follow the steps in Configuring ActiveMQ on Remote Agents if this is the first time deploying or upgrading a standalone agent using this script.
Once a standalone remote agent has been set up manually, the settings are preserved across upgrades.