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SUN CLUSTER.

SUN CLUSTER.

SUN CLUSTER.

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Hi ALL,

where are installed, in the specific on which directories are stored the script to perfom the switch of a SUN cluster .. for example on CAA TRU64 CLUSTER I had this configuration:

/var/cluster/caa/script/
there was the script to checkk our Application/System:
/var/cluster/caa/script/fnd.scr

On this path: /var/cluster/caa/profile/
there was a .cap file where are configured  the paraemters read by the CAA script:
(For example SCRIPT_TIMEOUT that is TimeOut for script execution).

How can I get this configuration frm SUN SOLARIS CLUSTER.

Thanks ALL.

Ciao
Andrea

RE: SUN CLUSTER.

Information can be found in the /etc/cluster/ccr/global directory (the infrastructure file especially). Methods and services for resource groups have individual files.

DO NOT EDIT THESE FILES BY HAND!!! Changes need to be made via the established tools since the files are checksummed by the tools, if the checksums are different due to file editing by hand then the cluster will fail in spectacular and ugly fashion.

Dom

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