Optional Configuration

適用於: Operations Manager 2007, Operations Manager 2007 R2, SharePoint Portal Server

This section contains information about creating a server farm in a SharePoint Portal Server 2003 environment. Creating a server farm enables your system to efficiently handle a high volume of Web activity.

In a complex SharePoint Portal Server 2003 configuration, you might dedicate a server to the indexing service where that server has no Web sites or portals. In such a situation, you add a Server Role to the SharePoint Portal Server 2003 component. The following procedure takes you through such a configuration.

If your SharePoint Portal Server 2003 configuration includes a load balancing component, you must make sure that you have the IP addresses of each computer in the cluster and the IP address of the virtual server.

Creating a Server Farm Running SharePoint Portal Server 2003

You use the Distributed Application Designer to create a server farm that is running SharePoint Portal Server 2003. See the "Key Monitoring Scenarios" section for information about using your server farm.

To create a server farm that is running SharePoint Portal Server

  1. In the Authoring pane of the Operations Console, expand Authoring.

  2. Right-click Distributed Applications, and then click Create a new distributed application.

  3. Under Name Your Distributed Application, type a name and description for your application.

  4. Under Choose a Distributed Application Template, click Office SharePoint Portal Server Farm.

  5. Under Save to a Management Pack, use the drop-down list to select an existing Management Pack or click New to create a new one.

  6. Click OK.

  7. In the Objects pane of the Distributed Application Designer, under Organize Object Types, select Computer Role. When the Computer Role objects appear, drag one to the Servers block in the diagram.

  8. From the object types in the Objects pane, click Logical Hardware Component. When the objects appear, drag the hardware component you want to include into the diagram. For example, drag a disk drive to the Network Storage block.

  9. From the object types in the Objects pane, click IIS Web Site. When the objects appear, drag each of the Web sites that are part of the server farm to the Web-site-related component.

  10. From the object types in the Objects pane, click Perspective. When the objects appear, drag a client you want to use to the Clients block in the diagram.

  11. If your server farm includes SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Server Roles that have been dedicated to SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Services, such as Search or Indexing, which are not hosting SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Web sites that are part of the server farm, click Computer Role in the Objects pane, and drag those Server Role instances to the SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Server Role Component.

  12. To add a component group, click Add Component on the toolbar and use the Create New Component Group dialog box to create and populate a component group.

  13. Click Create Relationship on the toolbar, and use the tool to drag blocks around your diagram.

  14. To save your server farm, click Save on the toolbar.

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