If this is the first time NQE is being set up at your site, place the following entries in the /etc/services file:
fta 605/tcp #NQE fta services
msql 603/tcp #NQE msql service
nlb 604/tcp #NQE nlb service
nqs 607/tcp #NQE nqs service
Add the NQE binary directory to your search path. This lets you issue commands without specifying their full path names.
For sh or ksh, use the following command:
For csh, use the following command:
setenv PATH /nqebase/nqeversion/bin:$PATH
Copy the license file to the /nqebase/nqeversion/etc directory and name it license.dat.
Verify the integrity of the license file you received from Cray Research by using the following command.
|Note: The instructions for configuring the FLEXlm license manager assume that you have no other applications using FLEXlm licenses. If you do have
other applications using FLEXlm licenses, consult FLEXlm documentation about
combining licenses from multiple vendors.|
lmcksum -c /nqebase/nqeversion/etc/license.dat
You will receive output about your license.dat file.
The last line should give you a checksum number, as in the following example:
lmcksum - Copyright (C) 1990 by Globetrotter Software, Inc.
lmcksum: using license file "/nqebase/nqeversion/etc/license.dat"...
52: (overall file checksum)
This checksum (52: (overall file checksum)) should
match the checksum line in your license.dat file. To see
whether the checksums match, view the file. If the checksums do not match,
contact your NQE customer service representative.
Set the file access permissions
on license.dat as follows:
chown root /nqebase/nqeversion/etc/license.dat
chgrp other /nqebase/nqeversion/etc/license.dat
chmod 644 /nqebase/nqeversion/etc/license.dat
Ensure that the /etc/inetd.conf file has the following entry.
|Note: For UNICOS and UNICOS/mk systems, include the -N option after ftad to enable NPPA.
fta stream tcp nowait root /nqebase/nqeversion/bin/ftad ftad
The link to the /nqebase/bin/ftad path name is created after you start NQE.
If you edit /etc/inetd.conf, send a hang-up signal (SIGHUP or kill -1) to the inetd process. This signals inetd to read /etc/inetd.conf. For example, if inetd has the process ID (pid) 634, use the following command:
On AIX systems, if you manually edit the inetd.conf file, you must synchronize the inetd.conf file and the object data manager (ODM) database by using the inetimp command.
By default, an NQS machine identifier (mid) is generated for your local host. If you want to change the mid for the local host or add mids for other local hosts, edit the /nqebase/nqeversion/etc/nqs_config file. For additional information, see NQE Administration, publication SG-2150, Chapter 7, or the qmgr(8) man page.
If you are running the MLS feature on UNICOS systems or if you are running the ML-Safe feature on UNICOS/mk systems and want to change your MLS or ML-Safe configuration, see NQE Administration, publication SG-2150, Section 7.21.4; also, to install PALs, see NQE Administration, publication
SG-2150, Section 7.21.2.