Configuring the CMIC Interactively

Depending on how you launched your instance, use the following table to determine whether you need to complete this procedure.
Ecosystem CloudFormation
No Yes

You must have the Server Management Administrative and Server Management REST passwords to complete this procedure.

  1. From the AWS Web Console, note IP information as follows:
    • For CMIC instances, the Public IP address of each
    • For MPP Teradata Database instances, the secondary Private IP address of each database node
    • For single-node Teradata Database instances, the primary Private IP address of the database node
    • For the Teradata Viewpoint instance and other managed instances such as Teradata Data Mover and Teradata Ecosystem Manager, the Private IP address of each instance
    • SiteID [Base, Advance, and Enterprise tier users only] is the Teradata site ID to be used when connecting to Teradata for support. See Site IDs.
  2. Verify ports on the Teradata Database instance, Viewpoint instance, and all instances to which Server Management (instances) are connecting are open to the private IP address of the Server Management node.
    At a minimum, ports 5180-5181 and 5190-5191 should be open on the Teradata Database and all application instances. For port information, see Security Groups and Ports.
  3. From your SSH client console, log on to the first CMIC instance as cmic using the applicable AWS key pair.
    # ssh -i private-key-file cmic@public-IP
    where:
    • The private-key-file is the private key file (.pem) of the AWS key pair specified when launching the instance.
    • The public-IP is public IP address of the CMIC instance.
  4. Run the configuration utility.
    # sudo /opt/teradata/cmic/bin/cmic-cloud-config
  5. When prompted, enter IP address information for each database node, separating multiple values with a space:
    • For MPP Teradata Database instances, enter the secondary private IP address of each database node, enclosed in brackets:
      Teradata DBS systems >  [secondary-private-DBS-IP1 secondary-private-DBS-IP2]

    • For single-node Teradata Database instances, enter the primary private IP address of the database node, without brackets:
      Teradata DBS systems > primary-private-DBS-IP
  6. When prompted, enter private IP address of the Viewpoint instance.
    Teradata Viewpoint IP > private-VP-IP
  7. When prompted, do one of the following:
    • Enter the private IP addresses of all the managed instances, such as Teradata Data Mover and Teradata Ecosystem Manager, separating the IP addresses with a space.
    • Press Enter if you do not have any managed instances to add.
    The first time you do this, the Teradata Database and Viewpoint private IP addresses are pre-populated.
    All Managed instances > private-DBS-IP private-VP-IP private-DM-IP   private-Eco-IP
  8. [Base, Advance, and Enterprise tier users only] When prompted, enter the site ID to be used when connecting to Teradata.
    For more information, see Site IDs.
    SiteID > siteID
  9. If there is no configured Server Management administrator password, the utility prompts you to enter one.
    ServerManagement admin password > password
    The password must be between 6-32 alphanumeric characters.
    The utility validates your entries.
  10. If there is no configured Server Management REST password, the utility prompts you to enter one.
    ServerManagement REST password > Password
    The password must be between 6-32 alphanumeric characters.
    The utility validates your entries.
  11. When prompted, enter yes to complete the CMIC configuration.
    Proceed with CMIC configuration? (yes/no) > yes
    After completing this procedure, you can configure the Server Management portlet on the Viewpoint server. See Configuring Alerts for Server Management. Base, Advanced, and Enterprise tier users, see also Configuring ServiceConnect for Server Management.

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