To configure an additional Historical Server on UNIX platforms:
Copy the start-up script that you created for the original Historical Server. Name the new file to reflect the name of the new Historical Server you want to start.
Edit the start-up file, changing the parameters to the start-up command as appropriate for the new instance of Historical Server. See “Setting Historical Server start-up parameters” for explanations of all Historical Server start-up parameters. Pay particular attention to the -D parameter, which specifies the Historical Server home directory. You must decide whether you want multiple instances of Historical Server to share the same home directory or maintain separate ones. See “When to create multiple instances of Historical Server” for guidelines.
Set up connectivity information for Historical Server, adding entries for the new Historical Server. Use a port number for the new Historical Server that is unique on its machine. See step 5 in “Initial configuration on UNIX platforms” for details.
Edit the connectivity information on the client machines, adding entries for the new Historical Server. See step 6 in “Initial configuration on UNIX platforms” for details.