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Old 09-09-2009
meaning of states in sun clusters

Hi Everybody,
As I am new to Sun Clusters, Please help me what is "online but not monitored" state of resources and "online - service is online" in status message. Thank you.
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Old 09-09-2009
Im a bit rusty on sun cluster so bare with me :-)

Online but not monitored means the instance or resource group is up / functioning, but on the event of a failure detected by the probe, will not be acted upon by cluster i.e. ignored by cluster.

# scswitch -u -g resource-group - makes a group unmanaged
# scswitch -0 -g resource-group - makes a group managed.

scswitch -n -M -j resource-instance - resource instance unmanaged
scswitch -e -M -j resource-instance - resource instance managed

I loved Sun cluster, lovely powerful piece of software. Becareful of dependants of resources and ping-pong values.

SBK

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