This document details basic procedures for system administrators managing, maintaining, configuring and deploying Rhino 3.1 using the command-line console. To manage using a web interface, see the Rhino Element Manager documentation.


SLEE Management

Administrative tasks for day-to-day management of the Rhino SLEE, its components and entities deployed in it, including: operational state, deployable units, services, resource adaptor entities, profile tables and profiles, alarms, usage, user transactions, and component activation priorities.

Rhino Configuration

Procedures for configuring Rhino upon installation, and as needed (for example to tune performance), including: logging, staging, object pools, licenses, rate limiting, security and external databases.

Application-State Maintenance

Finding Housekeeping MBeans, and finding, inspecting and removing one or all activities or SBB entities.

Backup and Restore

Backing up and restoring the database, and exporting and importing SLEE deployment state.

SNMP Monitoring

Managing the SNMP subsystem in Rhino, including: configuring the agent, managing MIB files, viewing OID mappings.

Replication Support Services

Configuring supplementary replication support services such as the session ownership store.

Management Tools

Tools included with Rhino for system administrators to manage Rhino.

Other documentation for the Rhino TAS can be found on the Rhino TAS product page.

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