An application other than the Oracle UDLM on a cluster node might use a range of communications ports that conflicts with the range for the Oracle UDLM. If such a conflict occurs, modify the range of communications ports that the Oracle UDLM uses.
The range of communications ports that the Oracle UDLM uses is determined by the values of the following extension properties of the SUNW.rac_udlm resource type:
Num_ports. Specifies the number of communications ports that the Oracle UDLM uses. The last number in the range of communications port numbers that the Oracle UDLM uses is the sum of the values of Port and Num_ports.
For details of the extension properties of the SUNW.rac_udlm resource type, see Table A–1.
# scrgadm -c -j rac_udlm -x port=7000
This example sets the communications port number that the Oracle UDLM uses to 7000. The following assumptions apply to this example:
The Oracle UDLM component is represented by an instance of the SUNW.rac_udlm resource type that is named rac_udlm.
The command in this example is run as part of the procedure for modifying an extension property that is tunable only when disabled. For more information, seeHow to Modify an Extension Property That Is Tunable Only When a Resource Is Disabled.