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Replacing node

hi,

I am using VCS on two node cluster having OS Solaris 10 Sparc. One primary node is having 13 CPU, 52 GB RAM and secondary node is having 4 CPU, 20 GB RAM.

In case of primary node failure, secondary node is unable to handle the load. So we want to replace the secondary node with the same capacity as primary.

The new node which I am preparing is from same hardware family having 16 CPU, 64 GB RAM. I have installed OS on it.

My question is about the VCS installation and configuration on new node. What should be correct process of VCS installation to make new node as exact replica of secondary node with minimal downtime?

Please revert ASAP.

Thanks

Amit

 

 

 

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Hi Amit, The method with the

Hi Amit,

 

The method with the least impact would be to add the new node as a 3rd node, configure everything, and then remove the 2nd node once you're happy nodes 1 and 3 work fine.

 

This is of course if you don't mind having a gap in your node names once you're done.

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Hi Amit, The method with the

Hi Amit,

 

The method with the least impact would be to add the new node as a 3rd node, configure everything, and then remove the 2nd node once you're happy nodes 1 and 3 work fine.

 

This is of course if you don't mind having a gap in your node names once you're done.

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This document can help

Hi Amit, Please follow the below links https://sort.symantec.com/public/documents/sfha/6.2/solaris/productguides/html/vcs_install/ch31s01.htm https://sort.symantec.com/public/documents/sfha/6.2/solaris/productguides/html/vcs_install/ch32s01.htm Thanks, Kapalin