Incremental install and uninstall of cache connect, Odbc installation – Oracle Audio Technologies B31679-01 User Manual

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TimesTen Installation


*.debug /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log

user.err; user.warn;


To make changes to


, you must have root privileges

or be the

TimesTen instance administrator

. Changes only take effect

after the


daemon (


) process is terminated (with the


kill -1

) and restarted.

For further details, see your operating system's documentation for




for information on configuring this file.

Note: If the

/etc/syslog.conf file

does not exist on your system,

create one according to the syslog.conf manual page so the daemon
can log its data to the



To determine if your


configuration file is set up correctly, run

the TimesTen ttSyslogCheck utility. Finally, once


has been set

up correctly, you may use the TimesTen ttDaemonLog utility to view
only those messages in the system log file that TimesTen logged.

Incremental install and uninstall of Cache Connect

TimesTen allows you to incrementally install the Cache Connect to
Oracle option after having completed an installation. Likewise, you can
uninstall just the Cache Connect option of TimesTen.

To incrementally install the Cache Connect option, use the -installCache
option when install

ODBC installation

On Windows systems, TimesTen makes use of the Microsoft ODBC 3.5
SDK. The ODBC SDK’s redistributable components are installed in


on Windows systems. Microsoft only permits

TimesTen to redistribute portions of the ODBC SDK; those portions are
installed automatically (if they are not already present). Other
components—Microsoft sample programs, online help files, and C
language header files—are available separately from Microsoft as part
of the Microsoft ODBC SDK, which can be installed separately as
required. Additionally, the ODBC C language header files and ODBC
online help are bundled as part of Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0, Microsoft
Visual Studio .NET or Microsoft Visual Studio 2005. Most TimesTen
developers do not need to install the SDK separately.

On UNIX systems, no separate SDK installation is required.