Preparing SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 for installation

You must complete additional steps to prepare a SuSE Linux Enterprise Server V9 system for a WAS installation.

 

Before you begin

Complete steps 1-10 in Preparing Linux systems for installation . Those steps are common to any Linux system.

 

About this task

In addition to the common steps required for installing any Linux system, an additional step is required for SuSE Linux Enterprise Server Version 9.

SLES 9 SP1 is the officially supported platform for PowerPC 64-bit machines.

A known problem in the SLES 9 GA kernel (LTC 9288) is documented in the SDK guide for the 142SR1a release. The problem results in a 64-bit WebSphere Application Server hang indicated by the following error messages

00000014 RecoveryManag A WTRN0028I: Transaction service recovering 0 transactions. 
0000000a ResourceMgrIm I WSVR0049I: Binding DefaultTimerManager as tm/default 
0000000a WorkAreaServi A ACWA0002I: WorkArea service not enabled on dmgr. 
0000000a AppProfileCom I ACIN0007I: The application profiling service started successfully. 
0000000a CacheServiceI I DYNA0048I: WebSphere Dynamic Cache initialized successfully. 
00000015 LogAdapter E DCSV9416E: An internal error occurred. 
         Exception is Clock not changed in 10002 rounds. 
00000015 LogAdapter E DCSV9416E: An internal error occurred. 
         Exception is Clock not changed in 10002 rounds.

Apply SLES 9 SP1 on PowerPC 64-bit platforms to avoid this problem.

 

Procedure

On SLES9/AMD64 systems, install the following 32-bit libraries are required by the SDK.

 

Results

If you do not install all of the required packages, the known problem might occur.

 

What to do next

After you complete the step in this topic, proceed to the final step in Preparing Linux systems for installation .


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