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SAS 9.2 Enterprise Business Intelligence Server Monitoring with HP OpenView Operations for Windows 7.x

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managed node. From the resulting pop-up dialog, select All Tasks->Deploy Instrumentation. Select SPI for SAS92 from the list of Instrumentation files and click OK. Repeat the above for each managed Windows node, modifying the local sas92_server_environ.bat file to match that machine’s SAS 9.2 configuration.

On each UNIX managed node:

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Copy the supplied sas92_server_environ file (note: no extension for the UNIX version) to the following location on the managed UNIX node, creating any intermediate directories as needed:

“/opt/SAS/IntelligencePlatform/sas92 server environ

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If you use FTP to copy the sas92_server_environ file to your managed UNIX node(s), be sure to specify IMAGE (aka BINARY) mode transfers to preserve the UNIX-style end-of-line markers.

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Edit that copy of the file. For each of the SAS 9.2 server types configured on that machine, add yes to the “set” statement for that server type. For SAS servers that are not configured on that machine, leave the “set” statement for the server type blank:

set HAS OLAP SERVER=

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For example, the following is a sample of a sas92_server_environ file that enables select supported SAS EBI server types using their default application contexts and a chosen SAS 9.2 install path of /users/sasin/SAS92/config. Note that for some SAS server types, the application context is not needed, so those definitions are blank.

#!/bin/ksh #

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    SAS 9.2 BI Server environment for machine "h6its01"

# #echo New environ export SASMON="uvrmon" export SASMONPW=\'Abc123!\' #

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    Point to the SAS Foundation executable script, typically

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      $SASROOT/sas

# export SASCMD=/users/sasin/SAS92/SASFoundation/9.2/sas # e x p o r t H A S _ M E T A D A T A _ S E R V E R = y e s e x p o r t H A S _ O L A P _ S E R V E R = y e s e x p o r t H A S _ O B J E C T _ S P A W N E R = y e s e x p o r t H A S _ S H A R E _ S E R V E R = e x p o r t H A S _ C O N N E C T _ S P A W N E R = e x p o r t H A S _ C O N N E C T _ S E R V E R = e x p o r t H A S _ S T O R E D _ P R O C _ S E R V E R = y e s e x p o r t H A S _ T A B L E _ S E export HAS REMOTE SERVICES= R V E R = y e s

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export export export export export export

METADATA_SERVER_DIR=/users/sasin/SAS92/config/Lev1/SASMeta/MetadataServer METADATA_SERVER_CONTEXT=SASMeta OLAP_SERVER_DIR=/users/sasin/SAS92/config/Lev1/SASApp/OLAPServer OLAP_SERVER_CONTEXT=SASApp OBJECT_SPAWNER_DIR=/users/sasin/SAS92/config/Lev1/ObjectSpawner OBJECT SPAWNER CONTEXT=

__ export SHARE_SERVER_DIR= export SHARE_SERVER_CONTEXT= export CONNECT_SPAWNER_DIR= export CONNECT_SPAWNER_CONTEXT= export CONNECT_SERVER_DIR=

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