Physical or VMware Environments (NuoAgent)

This section provides information relevant to deploying NuoDB in Physical or VMware Environments where NuoAgent nuoagent is being used for domain and database management.

Note: nuoagent is not supported in Red Hat OpenShift (or other containerized deployment models).

You must install NuoDB on each host in your NuoDB domain. Before installation, see System Requirements. After installation, you add the host to the domain.

If you are upgrading from a previous NuoDB release, see Upgrading to a New Release before you install the newer NuoDB release.

Product Distribution Package Files

The Database Server package includes all of the admin and database product components required to run both the NuoDB Admin domain and database management tier, and the NuoDB database server. It also includes tools such as NuoDB ArchiveNuoDB Archive (nuoarchive) is a command line utility that can do the following: (1) Clean, validate, and (if needed) repair archives (nuoarchive check). (2) Restore an archive from a hot copy backup set (nuoarchive restore)., NuoDB ManagerNow deprecated, NuoDB Manager was the command line tool required when NuoAgent was used for domain and database management., NuoDB CommandNuoDB Command (nuocmd) is a command line tool that enables you to control, monitor, and analyze a NuoDB domain (in NuoDB deployments where NuoDB Admin is being used for domain and database management)., and NuoDB SQLNuoDB SQL (nuosql) is a command line tool for exploring NuoDB databases. It enables you to execute SQL statements interactively, run batch scripts, access database metadata information, and perform DBA functions..

The Client-only package is a smaller light-weight product distribution file that only contains the NuoDB client connection drivers and common client tools. It includes NuoDB Migrator, NuoDB Loader, NuoDB Manager, NuoDB Command, and NuoDB SQL.

The installation of either package is performed by following the package installation instructions outlined below.

Installation instructions are in the following topics:

See also: