Operating Systems Solaris Can we configure link based IPMP in private connectivity in Oracle RAC Post 302770809 by MadeInGermany on Monday 18th of February 2013 12:11:12 PM
The following is an active/standby link-based IPMP on Solaris 9 or 10.
Supposed that nic0 has got already an IP address, it loos like:
# cat /etc/hostname.nic0

Now do these changes:
# cat /etc/hostname.nic0
myhostname group groupname
# cat /etc/hostname.nic1
group groupname standby

Activation without reboot:
# ifconfig nic0 `cat /etc/hostname.nic0` up
# ifconfig nic1 `cat /etc/hostname.nic1` up

ifconfig -a looks a bit funny, because in.mpathd moves the settings from nic1 to nic0:1
(it will move back to nic1 during a failover).

Last edited by MadeInGermany; 02-19-2013 at 12:23 PM.. Reason: moved up keyword outside the ``
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