Postinstallation Tasks for the MediaAgent
The following sections describe the tasks that you must perform to complete the installation and to get started with the MediaAgent.
Perform General Postinstallation Tasks
Based on your environment settings, or the installation options that you set, you might have to perform some general tasks to complete the installation.
The tasks are grouped based on the computer's operating system where you installed the MediaAgent.
Get Started with MediaAgent Features and Configurations
Refer to the following tasks to get started with the MediaAgent:
Configure ACSLS Client Service on Solaris
On a Solaris MediaAgent, the ACSLS Client Service must be configured before configuring the STK library attached to an ACSLS Server. To configure a STK library that is controlled by an ACSLS server, you can use the Config ACSLS Services package to add the required services.
- Log on to the MediaAgent computer as root.
- Start the following program:
<software installation path>/Base/config_acsls
The following menu appears if ACSLS services are not configured:
Please select one of the options below:
1) Config ACSLS Services
Your selection: 
- Type 1, and then press Enter.
The following message appears:
Please enter the name of the host running the ACSLS daemon. ACSLS Server host name:
- Enter the name of the host where the ACSLS server is installed, and then press Enter.
The system copies the necessary files and creates the required configuration. A message appears:
ACSLS services are currently CONFIGURED.
A menu appears.
- Enter the number that corresponds with the Exit.
Use the commvault list command to check if the SSI service is running on the Solaris computer. For details, see Controlling Services on Unix.
Configure Storage Devices
You must configure the MediaAgent to communicate with the storage devices that are attached to the computer.
Depending on the type of storage devices that are attached to the MediaAgent computer, refer to one of the following topics:
Create Storage Policies
You must create a storage policy to define where and how to store your data during backup jobs. For instructions, see Storage Policy - Getting Started.
- If you want to eliminate duplicate blocks of data during backups, you can create a storage policy with deduplication. For instructions, see Creating a Storage Policy with Deduplication.
- If you want to change the Index Directory location, see Index: Moving the Index Directory.
For additional features and configurations, refer to the Media Management documentation.
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