vCenter Server 5.1 requires vCenter Single Sign-On and Inventory Service.
You must install these components in this order:
vCenter Single Sign-On,
Create a vCenter Server database, unless you plan to install the bundled database.
Create a vCenter Single Sign-On database, unless you plan to install the bundled database.
If you are using an existing database for Single Sign On, you must create a database user (RSA_USER) and database administrator (RSA_DBA) to use for the Single Sign On database installation and setup. To create these users, run the script rsaIMSLiteDBNameSetupUsers.sql. The script is included in the vCenter Server installer download package, at vCenter Server Installation directory\\SSOServer
If you are using an existing database with your vCenter Single Sign-On installation or upgrade, make sure that the table spaces are named RSA_DATA and RSA_INDEX. Any other table space names will cause the vCenter Single Sign-On Installation to fail.
If you are using an existing database for Single Sign-On, to ensure that table space is created for the database, run the script rsaIMSLiteSetupTablespaces.sql. The script is included in the vCenter Server installer download package, at vCenter Server Installation directory\\Single Sign On\\DBScripts\\SSOServer\\Schema\\your_existing_database. You can run this script prior to the installation, or during the installation, when you are prompted by the installer. You can leave the installer to run the script, and resume the installer after you run the script.
Setup Table Space
Create Database Users
Create a database user (RSA_USER) and database administrator (RSA_DBA) to use for the Single Sign On database installation and setup.
VMware vCenter Simple Install
This is where you specify the Database name and the users which you created using script.
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