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SFHA Solutions 6.2: New VCS configuration wizards introduced on AIX, Linux, and Solaris

              
The Symantec Cluster Server (VCS) Cluster Configuration Wizard and Symantec High Availability Configuration Wizard are introduced on all supported AIX, Linux and, Solaris distributions in this release.
 
The two new wizards replace the Symantec High Availability Configuration Wizard. The earlier wizard provided a combined workflow for cluster configuration and application (high availability) configuration, and was supported only on Linux.
 
You can launch the new wizards from the Symantec High Availability view.
 
In a VMware virtual environment, you can launch the wizards from the Symantec High Availability view in the VMware vSphere Web Client. Symantec has recently launched  an add-on for Veritas Operations Manager called Symantec HA Plug-in for vSphere Web Client. The add-on lets you integrate VCS and ApplicationHA tasks with VMware GUI, while eliminating the need to install the Symantec High Availability Console. For more information on the add-on, see the following technical note.
 
For steps to launch the VCS Cluster Configuration Wizard, see:

  • Launching the VCS Cluster Configuration wizard


For steps to configure a cluster using the VCS Cluster Configuration wizard, see:

  • Configuring a cluster by using the VCS Cluster configuration wizard

 
For steps to launch the Symantec High Availability Configuration Wizard, see:

  • Launching the Symantec High Availability Configuration wizard

 
For steps to configure an application the wizard-based steps to configure the following applications for availability monitoring with VCS, see:

  • Configuring application monitoring for generic applications
  • Configuring the agent to monitor Oracle

                (Linux)

  •  Configuring the agent to monitor SAP

                (Linux)

  • Configure the agent to monitor WebSphereMQ

                (Linux)