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I am not able to find the patching procedure for solaris 10 ( sol10 u11) to latest patchset with sun cluster having failover zones so that same I should follow.
Take an instance, there are sol1 and sol2 nodes and having two failover zones like sozone1-rg and sozone2-rg and currently... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: nick101
Hello experts -
I am planning to install a Sun cluster 4.0 zone cluster fail-over. few basic doubts.
(1) Where should i install the cluster s/w binaries ?. ( global zone or the container zone where i am planning to install the zone fail-over)
(2) Or should i perform the installation on... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: NVA
Yesterday my customer told me to expect a vcs upgrade to happen in the future. He also plans to stop using HDS and move to EMC.
Am thinking how to migrate to sun cluster setup instead.
My plan as follows leave the existing vcs intact as a fallback plan.
Then install and build suncluster on... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: sparcguy
I am using two Sun-Fire-T200 which is in Cluster mode (sun cluster 3.1). Also Oracle RAC is running on those.
A daylight saving i need to apply in both servers. I am not using any ntp server.
I just plan to change the date with simple date command. Change date in 1st node.... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: thepurple
5. High Performance Computing
I have several questions :
1. Does Solaris 10/OpenSolaris has some kind of web based management tools ?
Currently I am using WebMin. It worked fine, however I am very curious to use
the tools provided by Sun Microsystem.
Please advise for package name and how to activate.... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: Zepiroth
6. High Performance Computing
Can anyone explain about Pros and Cons of SUN and Veritas Cluster ?
Any comparison chart is highly appreciated.
RAA (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: RAA
7. High Performance Computing
Provides a description of how to set up a Solaris Cluster Express cluster in a VirtualBox on OpenSolaris.
More... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: Linux Bot
8. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
It has happended twice the past 3 months. The find command which is the standard part of unix accounting script "dodisk", which searches directories to find out how much disk space a user has used.
On a particular cluster of 6 servers, several file systems, the find command has twice used all... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: scottman