Do you happen to know if there is a way to tweak VCS in a way that it carries additional information in every log entry? Preferebly, I would like for every entry in the log to display cluster name and id, before or after the error code. Why? I n...
I am planning an upgrade of SF4.1 to SF6.1 on a Solaris 10 cluster. Has anyone tried such upgrade using the installer upgrade option? Did it work? I would like to avoid doing a manual pkg uninstall followed by installer installation.
I am looking for a solution to the following problem.
I have a group conrolling Sybase dataserver instance which starts resources in the following order
1) disk group
2) ip and volumes
3) mount points
Thing is t...
Let me first give you the background of the configuration:
Two node VCS4.1 cluster on Solaris 10. Each node connected to two subnets:
subnet A: 188.8.131.52/24 (primary one with default GW)
subnet B: 184.108.40.206/29
Traffic to some subnets I ...
We plan to migrate from EMC storage to HDS. The storage is used by RHEL servers with SF 4.1.
Let's say we have 10 EMC LUNs set up in one disk group and volumes spanning multiple disks. We will replicate data of 4 EMC disks on the fabric lev...
Appologies for late reply and thanks for the follow up. What we do is we use Tivoli log adapters to monitor cluster for undesired events. With properly build regex's we are able to differ alerts to dfferent support groups which use different ticketin...
Have you tried runnning powermt unamange againt the Hitachi class?
powermt unmanage class=hitachi
This should exclude HDS devices from being taken under controll of Power Path. As a result there should be no emcpowerX devices. VxDMP should ...
Thanks for your input.
Yeah I can consider that however lck file solution seems stable and I do not expect anyone to and create/remove random files from /var/run. Also since I implemented more types of monitoring modes (see my reply to Jo...
Works like a charm. There are a few monitoring modes that I implemented. One that only checks for the lck file, one that verifes if WLB remains resolvable (in addition to lck file check) and one that checks for the lck file, WLB availbili...
That is also a very good tip though it does not meet one requirement that I forgot to mention in my initial problem description (apologies for that). Basically I would not be happy with the program running all the time as I want to avoid a ...