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SUNW.Proxy_SMF_loadbalanced(5)	    Sun Cluster Miscellaneous	   SUNW.Proxy_SMF_loadbalanced(5)

NAME
       SUNW.Proxy_SMF_loadbalanced,  Proxy_SMF_loadbalanced - resource type for proxying scalable
       SMF services

DESCRIPTION
       The SUNW.Proxy_SMF_loadbalanced resource type represents the proxy  for	scalable  Service
       Management Facility (SMF) services.

       Standard  properties  and extension properties that are defined for the SUNW.proxysmfload-
       balanced resource type are described in the subsections that follow. To set these  proper-
       ties  for an instance of the SUNW.Proxy_SMF_loadbalanced resource type, use the clresource
       command (clresource(1CL)).

   Standard Properties
       See r_properties(5) for a description of the following resource properties.

       Start_timeout

	   Default: 3600

	   Minimum: 60

       Stop_timeout

	   Default: 3600

	   Minimum: 60

       Init_timeout

	   Default: 3600

	   Minimum: 60

       Boot_timeout

	   Default: 3600

	   Minimum: 60

       Fini_timeout

	   Default: 3600

	   Minimum: 60

       Validate_timeout

	   Default: 3600

	   Minimum: 60

       Failover_mode

	   Default: SOFT

	   Tunable: Anytime

       R_description

	   Default: ""

	   Tunable: Anytime

       Retry_count

	   Default: 2

	   Minimum: 0

	   Maximum: 2

	   Tunable: Anytime

       Retry_interval

	   Default: 300

	   Tunable: Anytime

       Through_probe_interval

	   Default: 60

	   Tunable: Anytime

   Extension Properties
       Proxied_service_instances

	   Includes  information about the SMF services to  be	proxied  by  the  resource.   Its
	   value is the path to a file that contains all the proxied SMF  services.  Each line in
	   the file is dedicated to one SMF service and  specifies svc fmri and the path  to  the
	   corresponding  service  manifest  file.  For example,if the resource has to manage two
	   services, restarter_svc_test_1:default  and	 restarter_svc_test_2:default,	the  file
	   should include the following  two lines:

	     <svc:/system/cluster/restarter_svc_test_1:default>,
	      svc:/system/cluster/restarter_svc_test_1:default>,
	      </var/svc/manifest/system/cluster/restarter_svc_test_1.xml>

	     <svc:/system/cluster/restarter_svc_test_2:default>,
	      </var/svc/manifest/system/cluster/restarter_svc_test_2.xml>

	   Note -

	     The entries above should each appear on a single line. They are broken into multiple
	     lines here for legibility.
	   Default: ""

	   Tunable: When disabled

   Example
       This example shows how to register the SUNW.Proxy_SMF_loadbalanced resource type, create a
       resource  group	for the application, create the loadbalanced application resource, manage
       the resource group, enable all its resources, and bring its resources online.

       Register the resource type:

	 # clresourcetype -f <path-to-rtrfile> SUNW.Proxy_SMF_loadbalanced

       Create a resource group called rg1 for the application :

	 # clresourcegroup create rg1

       Create the failover application resource called myloadbalancedres:

	 # clresource create -t SUNW.Proxy_SMF_loadbalanced -g rg1 -x proxied_service_instances="/usr/local/app/svc myloadbalancedres"

       where /usr/local/app/svc is a text file.

       Manage the resource group rg1:

	 # clresourcegroup manage rg1

       Enable the myloadbalancedres resource:

	 # clresource enable myloadbalancedres

       Use the following command to check the status of the application:

	 # clresource status

SEE ALSO
       pmfadm(1M),  scha_resource_get(1HA),  clresourcetype(1CL),  clresource(1CL),   clresource-
       group(1CL), attributes(5), r_properties(5)

       Sun Cluster Data Services Planning and Administration Guide for Solaris OS

Sun Cluster 3.2 			  15 March 2005 	   SUNW.Proxy_SMF_loadbalanced(5)
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