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Oracle Clusterware resources are similar to Oracle Solaris Cluster resources. Oracle Clusterware resources represent items that the Oracle Clusterware manage in a similar way to how Oracle Solaris Cluster resources represent items that the Oracle Solaris Cluster RGM manages.
Depending on your configuration, some Oracle components that are represented as Oracle Clusterware resources might depend on file systems and global devices that Oracle Solaris Cluster manages. For example, if you are using file systems and global devices for Oracle files, the Oracle RAC database and the Oracle listener might depend on these file systems and global devices.
Create an Oracle Clusterware resource for each Oracle Solaris Cluster resource for scalable device groups and scalable file-system mount points on which Oracle components depend. The Oracle Clusterware resources that you create track the status of their associated Oracle Solaris Cluster resources. The Oracle Clusterware resources also ensure the orderly startup of Oracle Clusterware resources.
Perform this task on each cluster node where Support for Oracle RAC is to run.
Note - Some steps in this procedure require you to use Oracle Clusterware commands. In these steps, the syntax of the command for Oracle release 10g release 2 or 11g is provided. If you are you are using a version of Oracle other than 10g release 2 or 11g, see your Oracle documentation for the correct command syntax.
Note - To create an Oracle Clusterware resource in a zone cluster, you should perform the steps in this procedure in that zone cluster.
Profiles for Oracle Clusterware resources are created in this directory.
# mkdir -p /var/cluster/ucmm/profile
# crs-home/bin/crs_profile \ -create sun.node.sc-rs \ -t application -d "description" \ -dir /var/cluster/ucmm/profile \ -a /opt/SUNWscor/dsconfig/bin/scproxy_crs_action \ -p restricted -h node -f -o st=1800
# crs-home/bin/crs_register sun.node.sc-rs \ -dir /var/cluster/ucmm/profile
# clresource status sc-rs
If the state of the Oracle Solaris Cluster resource is online, omit this step.
# clresourcegroup online -emM sc-rg
# crs-home/bin/crs_start sun.node.sc-rs
# crs-home/bin/srvctl config database -d db-name | grep node
# crs-home/bin/crs_stat -p depend-crs-rs | grep REQUIRED_RESOURCES
# crs-home/bin/crs_register depend-crs-rs \ -update -r "existing-list sun.node.sc-rs"