Installing and Configuring the PeopleSoft Application Server Domain
This section contains the procedures you need to install and configure a PeopleSoft
application server domain as a cluster resource.
How to Enable the PeopleSoft application server Domain to Run in a Cluster
Perform this procedure on one node of the cluster.
- On a cluster node that will host the PeopleSoft application server domain, become
superuser or assume a role that provides solaris.cluster.verb RBAC authorization.
- Register the SUNW.HAStoragePlus resource type.
# clresourcetype register SUNW.HAStoragePlus
- Create a failover resource group.
# clresourcegroup create Psft-failover-rg
- Create a resource for the PeopleSoft application server domain file systems on shared
# clresource create -g Psft-failover-rg -t SUNW.HAStoragePlus \
-p FilesystemMountPoints=Psft-mount-points Psft-has-resource
- Create a resource for the logical hostname that will be used by the
web tier to connect to the PeopleSoft application server domain.
# clreslogicalhostname create -g Psft_failover-rg \
-h logical-hostname logical-hostname-resource
- Enable the failover resource group that now includes the PeopleSoft application server
domain disk storage and logical host resources.
# clresourcegroup online -eM -n current-node Psft-failover-rg
How to Install PeopleSoft Application Server Software
- On the cluster member where the Psft-failover-rg resource group is online, become superuser.
- Follow the instructions in Configuring the Application Server on UNIX within the guide for your chosen database referenced
in document ID 887277.1.
When following these instructions, ensure that you observe the information in Configuration Requirements for HA for PeopleSoft Application Server.