Add the resource type for the Siebel server.
# clresourcetype register SUNW.sblsrvr
Create the failover resource group to hold the logical hostname and the Siebel server resources.
If you have already created a resource group, added the logical hostname resource, and brought the resource group online when you completed the How to Prepare the Nodes procedure, you may skip to Step 5.
# clresourcegroup create [-n node] siebel-rg
Specifies the node name that can master this resource group.
Specifies your choice of the name of the failover resource group to add. This name must begin with an ASCII character.
Add the logical hostname resource.
This logical hostname should match the value of the HOST_NAME parameter for the Siebel server.
# clreslogicalhostname create -g siebel-rg logical_host
Specifies an optional resource name of your choice.
Bring the resource group online.
The following command brings the resource group online on the preferred node.
# clresourcegroup online -M siebel-rg
Verify that the siebenv.sh file is located under server_root.
Create a file called scsblconfig under server_root , owned by the owner of siebenv.sh.
If the Siebel server is installed locally, create the file scsblconfig under server_root on all nodes.
For security reasons, make this file readable only by the owner.
# cd server_root # touch scsblconfig # chown siebel:siebel scsblconfig # chmod 400 scsblconfig
Select a database user (for example, dbuser/dbuserpassword) with permission to connect to the database for use by the Sun Cluster HA for Siebel Fault Monitor.
Select another Siebel user (for example, sadmin/sadminpassword) with permission to run the compgrps command in srvrmgr.
Add the following entries into the sbsblconfig file.
export DBUSR=dbuser export DBPWD=dbuserpassword export SADMUSR=sadmin export SADMPWD=sadminpassword
Create the Siebel server resource.
# clresource create -g siebel-rg \ -t SUNW.sblsrvr \ -p Confdir_list=server_root \ --p siebel_enterprise=siebel enterprise name \ -p siebel_server=siebel_server_name sblsrvr-rs
Specifies the name of the resource type for the resource.
Specifies the path name to the Siebel server root directory.
Specifies the name of the Siebel enterprise.
Specifies the name of the Siebel server.
Specifies your choice of the name of the resource to add.
The resource is created in the enabled state.
If you enter incorrect values for siebel_enterprise or siebel_server, you may not see any errors during validation. However, resource startup will fail. If siebel_enterprise is incorrect, validate method will not be able to verify database connectivity, which will result in a warning only.
Verify that the resource group and the Siebel server resource are online, by using cluster status -t resourcegroup,resource and ps –ef commands.