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Freeze Cluster RGs

Freeze Cluster RGs

Freeze Cluster RGs

Hi All,

Is there a way to "freeze" Sun Cluster resource groups so that they remain online on a given node (say node A), and never automatically switch over to the other node (say node B), unless specifically instructed with the clrg switch command?

What I want to accomplish is to be able to reboot Node B with cluster enabled, and with all RGs always remaining on Node A.

Is this possible?

Thanx in advance.


RE: Freeze Cluster RGs



scswitch -n -M -j <RESOURCE>

RE: Freeze Cluster RGs

Actually, I've already found it to be:


clresourcegroup suspend <resource-group>

But thanks, it was good to know another option as well. ;)


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