Although you can configure this software yourself, we recommend contacting Teradata instead. See https://www.teradata.com/Consulting/Velocity.After deploying a Data Mover VM, you must check the Teradata Database status and verify Data Mover components are ready to use.
The time zone for the Teradata Data Mover VM defaults to the database time zone.
From the Azure portal, note the following of the Data Mover VM:
- The private IP address.
- If applicable, either the public IP or public DNS.
- Log on to the VM using the authentication type you chose when deploying the VM.
Switch to the root user environment.
# sudo su -
Check the status of the database.
# pdestate -a PDE state is RUN/STARTED. DBS state is 4: Logons are enabled - Users are logged onThe Data Mover components automatically start up after the Teradata Database repository has started.
If Teradata is used as a source and target system for data movement, add the COP entries with private IP addresses to one of the following:
- /etc/hosts file on all Data Mover VMs including each additional Data Mover agent VM
Run the following commands to verify Data Mover components are ready to use.
# datamove list_jobs # datamove list_agentsSee the Teradata® Data Mover User Guide.
Additional configuration is required for the DSA components that are bundled with Data Mover. Refer to the instructions in DSA Setup for New Teradata Systems in the Teradata® Data Mover Installation, Configuration, and Upgrade Guide for Customers.