Sun Cluster Concepts Guide for Solaris OS

SPARC: DR Clustering Considerations for Disk and Tape Drives

Sun Cluster rejects dynamic reconfiguration (DR) remove-board operations on active drives on the primary host. You can perform DR remove-board operations on inactive drives on the primary host and on any drives in the secondary host. After the DR operation, cluster data access continues as before.

Note –

Sun Cluster rejects DR operations that impact the availability of quorum devices. For considerations about quorum devices and the procedure for performing DR operations on them, see SPARC: DR Clustering Considerations for Quorum Devices.

See Dynamic Reconfiguration With Quorum Devices in Sun Cluster System Administration Guide for Solaris OS for detailed instructions about how to perform these actions.