In this section the installation and configuration of IBM Connections, IBM WebSphere Application Server, IBM HTTP Server and the DB2 server are covered.
With a mixture of standard configuration best practices, tips and configuration scripts this section will assist in installing and configuring an IBM Connections environment. – From starting and stopping WebSphere and creating services – Setting monitoring policies for WAS auto start – Starting and stopping IBM HTTP Server and creating services – Auto starting DB2 (centos / redhat) – Data source connection tuning – Configuring Connections Application security – Configure WebSphere log sizes and history – Set JVM heap sizes – Configuring IBM HTTP Server using mod deflate
Using the scripts and tips will not only save you time but will help streamline your Connections environment.
- Autostart IBM WebSphere Application Server
- Autostart IBM HTTP Server
- Autostart DB2
- Configure Data Sources
- Set J2EE Security Roles
- Configure JVM Log Files
- Set JVM Heap Size
- Set JVM Language
- Change the database host and port
- Add Cluster Members for additional Connections Node
- IBM HTTP Server and mod_deflate