i am new fan of teradata and wated to run it as docker container.
I partialy made it like describe in the official document:
Tools and Utilities for Linux Installation Guide Amazon Linux 2, CentOS, OEL, RedHat, SLES, Ubuntu
Release 16.20 October 2018
After the insatllation i tried to logon in bteq. That failed with this message:
Teradata BTEQ 16.20.00.06 (32-bit) for LINUX. PID: 293
Copyright 1984-2018 Teradata. All rights reserved.
Enter your logon or BTEQ command:
*** Warning: RDBMS CRASHED OR SESSIONS RESET. RECOVERY IN PROGRESS.
I tried to start the RDBMS with /etc/init.d/tpa start and recognized that "tpa" is not available.
I d´ont know how to get tpa available in init.d directory.
Can someone help me please.
TTU's are utilities. If you installed the TTU's on a plain vanilla linux system (or docker or whatever) you need to connect to a Teradata System (a VMware Teradata virtual machine, for example).
TTU's don't install the Teradata Database on your system.
thanks for your reply. I thought TTU´s contains all the needed stuff to run Teradata Database.
Here is what i want to do: installation of Teradata database on a linux system (docker image).
Is it possible?
If yes how can i achieve it?
Or the only way to achieve what i want to do is the way with a VMware virtual machine?
Thanks in advance.
I don't think you can install TD database on docker. The TD database is tightly coupled with the OS layer (PDE). Your best bet is to install a VMware virtual machine, which you can download and use for free, and then connect from your docker TTU's to it.
>>> I thought TTU´s contains all the needed stuff to run Teradata Database.
No, TTU does not include the Teradata Database.