This section documents the creation of the SafeSFS server userid and the installation of the SafeSFS product server code.
Step 1: Create the CP directory entry for the SafeSFS server.
Use the directory management program at your site to add the SAFESFS server directory entry to your system. The sample directory entry file SAFESFS DIRECT on the work mdisk may be used to update your source directory. We strongly recommend calling the SafeSFS server SAFESFS. If you require multiple SafeSFS servers, see "Installing Multiple SafeSFS Servers" at the end of this chapter
Step 2: Format the SAFESFS mdisks.
Use the CMS FORMAT command to format each of the SAFESFS mdisks listed in the SAFESFS DIRECT file. Following is a list of the disks to format and the suggested blocksize:
191 4K - (Local)
192 4K - (Code)
ADD 4K - (Audit)
DBA 1K - (Data Base)
Step 3: Copy SafeSFS from the work disk to the SAFESFS server.
Copy all files from the work mdisk to the SAFESFS 192 mdisk.
Step 4: Format the work mdisk for re-use
Use the CMS FORMAT command to format the work mdisk so that it may be re-used later when installing the SafeSFS HTML Documentation..
Step 5: Copy files to the SafeSFS local mdisk.
Copy the following user modifiable files from the SAFESFS 192 (Code) mdisk to the SAFESFS 191 (Local) mdisk:
SAFEPROF SAFEEXEC (Rename this file to PROFILE EXEC)
SAFESFS SAMPRULE (Skip if using an existing SAFESFS SAMPRULE file)
Note: If you have a modified version of the SAFESFS SAMPRULE file do not copy the new SAFESFS SAMPRULE file to the SAFESFS 191 mdisk. You may continue to use your locally modified version of this file.
Step 6: Update the SAFESFS SAMPRULE file (Optional)
When new rule files are created they will be loaded with the contents of the SAFESFS SAMPRULE file. This allows you to place comments (records beginning with an *) in the SAMPRULE file. This may be done now or at any time.
Step 7: Copy files to the SafeSFS Database mdisk.
Copy the following files from the SAFESFS 192 mdisk to the SAFESFS DBA mdisk:
SAFESFS SAMPCNTL (rename this file to SAFESFS CONTROL)
SAFEESM SAFEEXEC (rename this file to SAFEESM EXEC)
The SafeSFS server code has now been installed. Continue the installation process by following the steps in the next section, "Install the User Interface".