This topic describes how to add a HANA environment.

Prerequisites

Procedure

  1. Login to the Delphix Management application.
  2. Click Manage.
  3. Select Environments.
  4. Next to Environments, click the Actions (...) menu and select Add Environment.
  5. In the Add Environment dialog, In the Host OS select Unix/Linux in the menu.
  6. In Server Type, select Standalone Host.
  7. Click Next.
  8. Enter  Name for the environment.
  9. Enter the Host IP address or fully qualified hostname.
  10. Enter the SSH port.

The default value is 22.

  1. Enter an OS Username for the environment which should be ‘<sidadm>’.
  2. Select Login Type.
  3. For Password, enter the password associated with the user in step 11.
  4. Using Public Key Authentication:
  1. Select ‘Username and Public Key’ for the Login Type.
  2. Click View Public Key.
  3. Copy the public key that is displayed, and append it to the end of the ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file of the new user being added. If this directory or file does not exist, you will need to create it.
    1. Run chmod 600 ~/.ssh/authorized_keys to enable read and write privileges only for your user.
    2. Run chmod 755 ~ to secure the user's home directory.

Add the public once per user and per environment.

You can also add public key authentication to an environment user's profile by using the command line interface, as explained in the topic CLI Cookbook: Setting Up SSH Key Authentication for UNIX Environment Users.

  1. For Password Login, click ‘Validate’ to test the username and password.
  2. Enter a Plugin Path. The location specified must be a string without spaces. Ensure this directory path exists on the host in question. Environment discovery will fail if the directory does not exist on the host.
  3. Click Submit. On success, the new environment will be added to the list in the Environments tab.
  4. Select the “Databases” tab to view discovered HANA databases:

Post-Requisites

To view information about an environment after you have created it:

  1. Click Manage.
  2. Select Environments.
  3. Select the environment name.