I have installed sun cluster 3.2 on two sprac servers. Configured a failover resource group. Added a LogicalHostname resource to it. LogicalHostname is also added to /etc/hosts with ip address.
I am able to access cluster by share ip used for logical hostname but when i try to switch the resource to other node of cluster, the resource go offline on both node and never switch.
Running Sun Cluster v3.2 it appears. Two clustered physcial servers both running Solaris 10.
Both servers run a number of Oracle DBs etc. BUT I'm a bit concerned that its been set up but will never switch in the even of failure of one of the hosts?
Some of the cluster groups we've... (3 Replies)
I was asked to Switch the service from failover to active node as we need to reboot active node for regular maintenance. Unfortunately our senior admin left the organization. It would be helpful if some one answer this query. Detailed info with steps will be appreciated.
Here are... (1 Reply)
I have two Solaris 10 servers that are on cluster. The cluster is a Sun Cluster 3.2
I have a script cronned that stop/start a ressource in a resource group everyday.
Today I have checked the status of the ressources and I found that my ressource group have a "Error--stop... (1 Reply)
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)
I am using VMware Workstation-7 on Windows-XP host .
I am trying to configure Solaris 10-X86 guest os based 2 nodes Sun Cluster .
I have added one extra Virtual Lan adapter on my VMware with another subnet (that I would like to put for SUN Cluster private communication).
I have... (0 Replies)
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)
Can anyone explain about Pros and Cons of SUN and Veritas Cluster ?
Any comparison chart is highly appreciated.
RAA (4 Replies)
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scconf_transp_adap_ce(1M) System Administration Commands scconf_transp_adap_ce(1M)NAME
scconf_transp_adap_ce - configure the ce Sun Ethernet transport adapter
Beginning with the Sun Cluster 3.2 release, Sun Cluster software includes an object-oriented command set. Although Sun Cluster software
still supports the original command set, Sun Cluster procedural documentation uses only the object-oriented command set. For more infor-
mation about the object-oriented command set, see the Intro(1CL) man page.
You can configure ce adapters as cluster transport adapters. These adapters can be used with transport types dlpi. The ce adapter is VLAN
A ce adapter connects to a transport switch or to another ce adapter on a different node. In either case, the connection is made through a
When a transport switch is used and the endpoints of the transport cable are configured by using scconf, scinstall, or other tools, you are
asked to specify a port name on the transport switch. You can provide any port name, or accept the default, as long as the name is unique
for the switch.
The default is to set the port name to the node ID hosting the adapter at the other end of the cable.
There are no user configurable properties for cluster transport adapters of this type.
SEE ALSO Intro(1CL), clinterconnect(1CL), clnode(1CL), scconf(1M), scinstall(1M), ce(7D)Sun Cluster 3.2 4 May 2006 scconf_transp_adap_ce(1M)