Sun Cluster System Administration Guide for Solaris OS

ProcedureHow to Enable a Cluster Transport Cable

You can also accomplish this procedure by using the SunPlex Manager GUI. See the SunPlex Manager online help for more information.

This option is used to enable an already existing cluster transport cable.

  1. Become superuser on any node in the cluster.

  2. Enter the scsetup(1M) utility.

    # scsetup

    The Main Menu is displayed.

  3. Access the Cluster Interconnect Menu by typing 4 (Cluster interconnect).

  4. Enable the transport cable by typing 7 (Enable a transport cable).

    Follow the instructions when prompted. You need to enter both the node and the adapter names of one of the endpoints of the cable you are trying to identify.

  5. Verify that the cable is enabled.

    # scconf -p | grep cable

Example 6–4 Enabling a Cluster Transport Cable

This example shows how to enable a cluster transport cable on adapter qfe-1 located on the node phys-schost-2.

[Become superuser on any node.]
[Enter the scsetup utility:]
# scsetup
Select Cluster interconnect>Enable a transport cable.

Answer the questions when prompted.
You will need the following information.
   You Will Need:         
   node names             phys-schost-2
   adapter names          qfe1
   junction names         hub1
[Verify that the scconf
 command completed successfully:]
scconf -c -m endpoint=phys-schost-2:qfe1,state=enabled
Command completed successfully.
Quit the scsetup Cluster Interconnect Menu and Main Menu.
[Verify that the cable is enabled:]
# scconf -p | grep cable
  Transport cable:   phys-schost-2:qfe1@0 ethernet-1@2    Enabled
  Transport cable:   phys-schost-3:qfe0@1 ethernet-1@3    Enabled
  Transport cable:   phys-schost-1:qfe0@0 ethernet-1@1    Enabled