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vcs on a two cluster node

MIG31
Level 4

HI is this the right config on my cluster node.

[root@localhost /]# /opt/VRTS/bin/hastatus -sum

-- SYSTEM STATE
-- System               State                Frozen              

A  system1              RUNNING              0                    
A  system2              RUNNING              0                    

-- GROUP STATE
-- Group           System               Probed     AutoDisabled    State          

B  ClusterService  system1              Y          N               ONLINE         
B  ClusterService  system2              Y          N               OFFLINE        
 

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mikebounds
Level 6
Partner Accredited

Ideally you should go on a VCS training course, but failing this, you should read "Clustering concepts and terminology" section in the VCS admin guide.  You need to create a failover service group (this is active/passive and is the default) and in it create a Mount resource to mount your NFS mount from your NetApp box.

Mike

 

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mikebounds
Level 6
Partner Accredited

This is the correct state for a cluster that has a base config from the install configure wizard.  You now need to add a service group for your application.

Mike

MIG31
Level 4

thanks mike how do you add the service groups and how do you set up one cluster to be active and the other one passive. my Luns are presented from a netapp box and the file system is nfs how do you configure that so that you can be able to see the luns

mikebounds
Level 6
Partner Accredited

Ideally you should go on a VCS training course, but failing this, you should read "Clustering concepts and terminology" section in the VCS admin guide.  You need to create a failover service group (this is active/passive and is the default) and in it create a Mount resource to mount your NFS mount from your NetApp box.

Mike