Solaris Portable setup


LBL Global Distributed Solaris Gateway Portable APP is usable in any Solaris system without the need for installation being pre-configured in a tar.gz and usable directly without altering the system and installations of other existing instruments.

Preparing to Install

To obtain LBL Global Distributed Gateway is sufficient to perform the download through the web site You can unlock LBL Global Distributed Gateway through the purchase of licenses to use at any time.

Compatibility Matrix and sizing

LBL Global Distributed Gateway is an application PORTABLE distributed and available directly from the download. To obtain your login credentials to download is sufficient to send us an e-mail:

Images available directly from the site:

  • Portable zipped image compatible from Solaris 9 or upper

The dimensioning of the machine is dependent from the modules that will be activated and part of 512MB RAM.

The doors open by GDG LBL are the following:

On the network management:

Monitor: 54443

The Workspace: 4444

On localhost network:

Management processes: from 5850 to 5990

Management Workflow Commander:

Workflow: 54444

Remote batches: 5994

Management Commander Decision Engine:

Workflow: 54445

ADCs heartbeat:

VRRP: 5991

UDP or Multicast: 6789

ADCs localhost:

HealthCheck: 5991

Portable-App installation

LBL Global Distributed Gateway for Solaris Systems is a portable application and is distributed through a compressed image (tar.gz) which can be easily installed in any system Solaris local or remote. Being a portable application does not interfere with the applications already installed.

To perform the installation is thus sufficient to download the zip file and once positioned with the root user in the starting directory (/) and and run in sequence:

  1. Verification of disk space (1.5GB free)
  2. From the root user
  3. Unzip the image LBL_SOLPXXXYYYXXX_complete.tar.gz
  4. Will result in the addition of the directory /TCOProject

  1. Open a window “Command Prompt ” in: /TCOProject/bin/LBL/LBL_HOME
  2. Perform the setting of the variables and the environment
    Root@LBLR9GDGSOL:/TCOProject/bin/LBL/LBL_HOME# . ./


  3. Then run ./ and opens the window for setting the address to be accessed via web console and the login password of the root user and delegation to other systems.

  1. Using the tab key to move to Choose to choose the Listen address of the web interface
  2. Set the password of the root user and user of delegation and run the <Save & Exit>NB save in a safe place the root credentials and delegation.
  3. To finish the settings SunOS and set the service through SVC is sufficient to go to the directory:
    # Cd /TCOProject/bin/LBL/LBL_HOME/legacyBin/SunOS
  4. To check the status of jobs:
    # Ps -ef |grep java

  5.  With the browser type the address selected in https with the port 4444 es.: Https://
  6.  Type the login (if not modified with lblsetup.bat is “root”) and type the password to access the dashboard

Installing licenses CATALOG

To install licenses LBL GDG Catalog, i.e. those which allow the web interface to add nodes in the management in an aggregate manner, run:

Nodes>Actions>Install License

Once you enter the licenses for attualizzarle you must restart lblgdg through command:

# Svcadm restart lblgdg

You can follow the evolution of the restart with command up to restart performed:

# /TCOProject/bin/LBL_LBL_HOME/legacyBin/SunOS/

-N .

-N .

-N .


[ Apr 2 11:41:28 Method “stop” exited with status 0. ]

[ Apr 2 11:41:29 start executing method (“/lib/svc/method/ start”). ]


[ Apr 2 11:41:29 Method “start” exited with status 0. ]

  1. With the browser type the address selected in https with the port 4444 es.: Https://

  2. Type the login (if not modified with lblsetup.bat is “root”) and type the password to access the dashboard and then verify through the selection of settings in the top right

  3. If appear choices also Nodes and Clusters and you can enter in the two selections the license was acquired correctly.

Update LBL S.A.A.I. 9.1.0 to LBL S.A.A.I. 9.X.X (All in 1 steps)

  • Position in the directory /share of virtual appliance the following packages:
    • Jdk-8U144-linux-x64.tar.gz
    • The (Optional: you must verify if the installation is an eligible country to use the JCE  Stength UNLIMITED JURISDICTION)
  • From the root stand on /share and run ($ sudo -s):
# Bash


A) the update system will prompt you to perform a backup before proceeding with the update.

B) if present the file, the updater will ask you to confirm the installation JCE Stength Unlimited jurisdiction.

C) If the present Internet, the program will ask whether to perform the update of the kernel

(Note: In the case of installation must be present on the Internet)

D) The system detects if there are templates  of the ADC module. If there is no will ask if you want to proceed with the installation of the template, if existing are the system will ask if you want to replace with the new template. In any case, if existing and you decide to replace them with the new program update will save in a tar.gz the previous version of the template.

At the end of the updating exit from the graphical interface (logout) and fall to regain the full use of the start of the tools through icons.


Rewrite template classes will be overwritten. If you have changed and do not rename it is appropriate to pay attention to rescue and recovery after the upgrade.


This is the only step needed to create a virtual APPLIANCE

CHECK NOTES SSL and Interceptors


It’s possible that the files of the user password and delegates are no longer legible due to an increase in the size of the key for encryption. In this case the file should be deleted and regenerated.

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