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Old 03-14-2014
Solaris Cluster Failover based on scan rate

Dear Experts,

If there is a possible Solaris Cluster failover to second node based on scan rate?
I need the documentation If solaris cluster can do this.


Thank You in Advance
Edy
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Old 03-14-2014
This should work if you add a resource of type SUNW.gds to the resource group. Create a shell script which checks for acceptable scan rates. Let the script return 0, if scan rate is ok and 1 otherwise. Then set this script as Probe_command of the resource. If scan rate is too high, the resource will "fail" and trigger a cluster switch of the resource group.

We don't have any running solaris cluster here any more, so I cannot verify this procedure. You should try it on a test machine first.
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Old 03-14-2014
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This should work if you add a resource of type SUNW.gds to the resource group. Create a shell script which checks for acceptable scan rates. Let the script return 0, if scan rate is ok and 1 otherwise. Then set this script as Probe_command of the resource. If scan rate is too high, the resource will "fail" and trigger a cluster switch of the resource group.

We don't have any running solaris cluster here any more, so I cannot verify this procedure. You should try it on a test machine first.
Hi hergp,

Thank you for your response. Your though really helpful.
I'm new user in Solaris, do you have a tutorial to set the script as probe_command?

I want to test in virtual box first.
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