The following is a list of the tasks necessary to install and configure Calendar Server for Asymmetric High Availability:
Prepare the nodes.
Install the Solaris Operating System software on all nodes of the cluster.
Install Sun Cluster software on all nodes of the cluster.
Install the Calendar Server HA Agents package, SUNWscics, on all nodes of the cluster using the Java Enterprise System installer
Create a file system on the shared disk.
Install Calendar Server on the Primary and Secondary nodes of the cluster, using the Communications Suite 5 installer.
Run the Directory Preparation Script, comm_dssetup.pl on the machine where the Directory Server LDAP directory resides.
Installing and configuring the first (primary) node.
Using the Sun Cluster command-line interface, set up HA on the primary node.
Run the Calendar Server configuration program, csconfigurator.sh, on the primary node.
Using the Sun Cluster command-line interface, switch to the secondary node.
Create a symbolic link from the Calendar Server config directory on the primary node to the shared disk config directory.
Install and configure the second (secondary) node.
Run the Calendar Server configuration program on the secondary node by reusing the state file created when you configured the primary node.
Edit the Configuration File, ics.conf.
Using the Sun Cluster command-line interface, configure and enable a resource group for Calendar Server.
Using the Sun Cluster command-line interface to test the successful creation of the resource group, perform a fail over to the primary node.
For step-by-step instructions, see 6.6 Installing and Configuring Calendar Server 6.3 Software in an Asymmetric High Availability Environment.