4.3.7. Running the Installation Script
Procedure 4.22. Running the Installation Program
- Run the installation program from the
/media/cdrom/directory. To install to an external PostgreSQL database:
# ./install.pl --external-postgresql --disconnectedOr to install to an external Oracle database:
# ./install.pl --external-oracle --disconnected
--disconnectedoption is required to prevent the installation program attempting to connect to Red Hat Network.
- The script first verifies the prerequisites Chapter 2, Requirements are met before proceeding with the installation.
* Starting the Red Hat Satellite installer. * Performing pre-install checks. * Pre-install checks complete. Beginning installation.
- The script performs host registration with Red Hat Subscription Manager (if not already done), installs and updates all required packages, and populates the database on the external database host.If the installer prompts with the question, "Do you want the installer to resolve dependencies [y/N]?", reply
* RHN Registration. ** Registration: Disconnected mode. Not registering with RHN. * Checking for uninstalled prerequisites. ** Checking if yum is available ... There are some packages from Red Hat Enterprise Linux that are not part of the @base group that Satellite will require to be installed on this system. The installer will try resolve the dependencies automatically. However, you may want to install these prerequisites manually. Do you want the installer to resolve dependencies [y/N]? y * Installing RHN packages. Warning: yum did not install the following packages: OpenIPMI OpenIPMI-libs lm_sensors-libs net-snmp-libs * Now running spacewalk-setup. * Setting up SELinux.. ** Database: Setting up database connection for PostgreSQL backend. Database "rhnschema" does not exist ** Database: Installing the database: ** Database: This is a long process that is logged in: ** Database: /var/log/rhn/install_db.log Database name: mydb Database user: mydbuser Database password: mydbpassword Local addresses to listen on (comma-separated, RETURN for all): 127.0.0.1 Remote addresses to allow connection from (address/netmask format, comma-separated): 192.168.1.10/32 Initializing database: [ OK ] Starting postgresql service: [ OK ] *** Progress: ###########################