Sun Cluster Support for Oracle Real Application Clusters requires a functioning cluster with the initial cluster framework already installed. See Sun Cluster Software Installation Guide for Solaris OS for details about initial installation of cluster software.
Verify that you have obtained and installed the appropriate licenses for your software. If you install your licenses incorrectly or incompletely, the nodes might fail to boot correctly.
If you are using Sun StorEdgeTM QFS shared file system version 4.2, verify that you have installed a valid license for Sun StorEdge QFS on each node. To verify that a valid license is installed on a node, run the samcmd l command on the node.
Check with a Sun Enterprise Services representative for the current supported topologies for Sun Cluster Support for Oracle Real Application Clusters, cluster interconnect, storage management scheme, and hardware configurations.
Ensure that you have installed all of the applicable software patches for the Solaris Operating System, Sun Cluster, Oracle, and your volume manager. If you need to install any Sun Cluster Support for Oracle Real Application Clusters patches, you must apply these patches after you install the data service packages.