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How to Get Started with IBM WebSphere Application Server on Solaris 10 and Zones

Dileep Kumar Staff Engineer Market Development Engineering Sun Microsystems, Inc. Albert Leigh Solution Architect Client Solutions Sun Microsystems, Inc.

May 24, 2006

“How to Get Started with IBM WebSphere Application Server on Solaris 10 and Zones”

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Table of Contents
How can I get startedwith WebSphere Application Server on Solaris 10?..................... 3 Solaris 10 Containers and Zones............................................................................ 3 Two Types of Zones.......................................................................................... 4Considerations..................................................................................................... 5 Step-by-Step Guide............................................................................................... 5 Overview of the Procedure............................................................................... 7 I. Prepare the Solaris 10 Environment for WebSphere Application Server V6.....7 Changes in the Solaris 10 System Tunable Parameters............................... 9TCP Tunings.......................................................................................... 11 II. Installing WAS V6 in the Global Zone....................................................... 11 III. Create 3 non-global zones that inherit the WAS installation from the global zone and configure WebSphere.................................................................. 13 IV. Create anothernon-global zone and install Sun Java System Web Server.. 19 V. Install WebSphere Plug-in on Sun JS Web Server...................................... 20 VI. Remove Unwanted Zones...................................................................... 21 Conclusions and Summary.................................................................................. 21 AdditionalResources.......................................................................................... 23 Other References........................................................................................... 23

“How to Get Started with IBM WebSphere Application Server on Solaris 10 and Zones”

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How can I get started with WebSphere Application Server on Solaris 10?
This document describes how IBM WebSphereApplication Server (WAS) V6.0.2 or newer can be installed and configured on the Sun Solaris 10 Operating System in the global and non-global zones. Since product documentation already exists for WAS planning, installation and deployment from IBM, we do not repeat such information and only the important step-by-step guidelines for Solaris 10 and Zones are summarized here. We list and providelinks to the existing documentation in the “Additional Resources” section. Consider this document as a Quick Start guide for WAS Deployment on Solaris 10. It can also supplement IBM WebSphere documentation such as Getting Started Guide and Installation Guide. http://www-306.ibm.com/software/webservers/appserv/was/library For the recommended fixes for WAS, please refer to this IBM site:http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=180&uid=swg27004980 Note: IBM SW supports WAS 5.1.x only in global zone on Solaris 10.

Solaris 10 Containers and Zones
The Solaris 10 Operating System provides many advanced features and is an excellent choice for enterprise application deployment. J2EE-based enterprise applications running on previous versions of Solaris can be deployed on Solaris 10 without anychanges and may take advantage of Solaris Container and Zone technology. Solaris Containers can be built using one or more the following technologies. These technologies can be combined to create Containers tailored for a specific server consolidation project.  Solaris Resource Manager, for workload resource management  Resource Pools, for partitioning  Zones, for isolation, security and...
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