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1.  Planning the Oracle Solaris Cluster Configuration

2.  Installing Software on Global-Cluster Nodes

3.  Establishing the Global Cluster

4.  Configuring Solaris Volume Manager Software

Configuring Solaris Volume Manager Software

How to Create State Database Replicas

Mirroring the Root Disk

How to Mirror the Root (/) File System

How to Mirror the Global Devices Namespace

How to Mirror File Systems Other Than Root (/) That Cannot Be Unmounted

How to Mirror File Systems That Can Be Unmounted

Creating Disk Sets in a Cluster

How to Create a Disk Set

Adding Drives to a Disk Set

How to Add Drives to a Disk Set

How to Repartition Drives in a Disk Set

How to Create an File

How to Activate Volumes

Configuring Dual-String Mediators

Requirements for Dual-String Mediators

How to Add Mediator Hosts

How to Check the Status of Mediator Data

How to Fix Bad Mediator Data

5.  Installing and Configuring Veritas Volume Manager

6.  Creating a Cluster File System

7.  Creating Non-Global Zones and Zone Clusters

8.  Installing the Oracle Solaris Cluster Module to Sun Management Center

9.  Uninstalling Software From the Cluster

A.  Oracle Solaris Cluster Installation and Configuration Worksheets


Chapter 4

Configuring Solaris Volume Manager Software

Configure your local and multihost disks for Solaris Volume Manager software by using the procedures in this chapter, along with the planning information in Planning Volume Management. See your Solaris Volume Manager documentation for additional details.

Note - The Enhanced Storage module of Solaris Management Console is not compatible with Oracle Solaris Cluster software. Use the command-line interface or Oracle Solaris Cluster utilities to configure Solaris Volume Manager software.

The following sections are in this chapter: