Tibero can be installed manually or through an installer.
- Using the Installer The installer is provided in the form of tibero6_<fixset>_<platform>.[bin|exe]. The installer offers two installation methods:
- GUI mode (Windows)
- Console mode (Linux)NoteJDK must be installed before executing the installer. DK 1.8 or higher versions are not supported currently.
Using the Installer
GUI Mode (Windows)
The following is the Tibero installation process for Windows.
- Insert the Tibero installation CD into the CD-ROM drive. Double-click on the tibero6_<fixset>_<platform>.exe file to start the Tibero 6 installer.[Note]If the installer is executed in an environment without Java Virtual Machine (JVM), it fails to execute and the following message is displayed. Check the Java environment of the system where the installer is executed.[Figure 3.1] JVM Error
- After the installer starts, the following screen is displayed. Select a language and then click [OK]. Installation is available in Korean and English.[Figure 3.2] Tibero Installer Installation Language Screen
- The screen for selecting the Tibero home directory is displayed.The default installation directory is ‘C:\TmaxData\tibero6’, and it is set to the TB_HOME parameter in the user configuration file. The directory path cannot include any blank spaces.To change the home directory, click [Choose…] and then select the desired folder. To restore the default home directory, click [Restore Default Folder].Click [Next] to continue.[Figure 3.3] Tibero Installer – Enter Home Directory
- Choose the modules to install.[Figure 3.4] Tibero Installer – Select ModulesThe following are the available options.OptionDescriptionTibero Server (default)Tibero database to install (installed by default).ODBCInstalls Tibero ODBC driver provider in Tibero ODBC Data Source Administrator.OLE DBInstalls the OLE DB module.The ODBC module must be installed to install the ODBC DB module.32bit / 64bitBit information of the platform where ODBC or OLE DB is installed.
- 32bit: 32-bit or 64-bit platform
- 64bit: 64-bit platform
- Set the location of the Tibero license file.The location must be an absolute path including the license file name (license.xml). A demo license file can be downloaded from TechNet. [Figure 3.5] Tibero Installer – Select License File
- After installing Tibero, choose whether to create shortcuts, and then click [Next].[Figure 3.6] Tibero Installer – Create shortcuts
- The pre-installation summary screen is displayed. Review the installation details, verify the installation directory, and then click [Install] to begin the installation.[Figure 3.7] Tibero Installer – Pre-install summary
- Set the environment configuration and extract the files needed for creating a Tibero database.[Figure 3.8] Tibero Installer – Installing progress
- When theTibero pre-installation process is complete, an install mode for creating a database instance can be selected.[Figure 3.9] Tibero Installer – Creating a Database Instance
- The following describes each button.ButtonDescription[Quit]Quits the wizard for creating a database.[Custom]Allows the user to enter detailed information about database creation.User needs to enter parameter values as well as basic information such as DB_NAME, PORT, and PASSWORD.[Typical]Creates a database by using default values except for basic information such as DB_NAME, PORT, and PASSWORD.User does not need to enter parameter values.To cancel the installation, click [Quit]. To install Tibero manually, open a Windows command window while logged in as an administrator and run the wizard through the following command.
- Typical Mode%TB_HOME%\client\bin\runWizard -m gui -d Y
- Custom Mode%TB_HOME%\client\bin\runWizard -m gui
- The following is the wizard for creating a Tibero database.Select a language and then click [Next]. Installation is available in Korean and English.[Figure 3.10] Tibero Installer – Wizard Introduction
- Configure the environment for creating a database, and then click [Next].[Figure 3.11] Tibero Installer – Database Identification
The following are the installation options.ItemDescriptionTB_ HOMEPath where Tibero binary is installed.TB_ HOME is set to the Tibero home directory.TB_ SIDService ID used when running an Tibero instance on the server.Database NameDatabase name. (Default value: tibero)Listener PortPort number used by the listener. (Default value: 8629)Note the following when setting TB_SID and Database Name.
- SID must be unique on a server. (Default value: tibero)
- SID may contain numbers, letters, dashes, and underscores.
- SID cannot contain special characters, and the first character cannot be a number.
- Set the initialization parameters for the Tibero database. Skip this step if the install mode is Typical.The user can add, delete, and modify initialization parameters by clicking [Add], [Del], and [Edit], respectively. To restore the default configuration, click [Restore Default].[Figure 3.12] Tibero Installer – Initialization Parameters
The following are the default initialization parameters.ParameterDescriptionCONTROL_FILESLocation of control files. Set an absolute path.DB_NAMEDatabase name. (Default value: tibero)MAX_SESSION_COUNTMaximum number of sessions that can access a database. (Default value: 20)MEMORY_TARGETMaximum memory size that the database can use.TOTAL_SHM_SIZETotal shared memory size that can be used in a database instance.LISTENER_PORTPort number used by the listener. (Default value: 8629)NoteFor more information about initialization parameters, refer to Tibero Reference Guide.
- Set the Tibero system user password and database settings. Click [Next] to continue.[Figure 3.13] Tibero Installer – Account Configuration
To set the character set of the database, click [DATABASE].[Figure 3.14] Tibero Installer – Database Configuration
- After creating the database, set user-defined script files to execute. Click [Create] to continue.To add or delete a user-defined SQL script file, click [Add] or [Delete].The %TB_HOME%\scripts\example_users.sql script executes by default. This script creates the ‘TIBERO’ and ‘TIBERO 1’ sample user accounts that have the CONNECT, RESOURCE, and DBA privileges.[Figure 3.15] Tibero Installer – User Defined SQL
- After configuring the database, review the installation process displayed. If an error occurs during the installation, then the installation process is rolled back and the installation is terminated.[Figure 3.16] Tibero Installer – Creating a Database Instance
- The following screen is displayed after a database is created.[Figure 3.17] Tibero Installer – Creating a Database Completed