Perform this task if you do not want to use the default private hostnames, clusternodenodeid-priv, that are assigned during Sun Cluster software installation.
Do not perform this procedure after applications and data services have been configured and have been started. Otherwise, an application or data service might continue to use the old private hostname after the hostname is renamed, which would cause hostname conflicts. If any applications or data services are running, stop them before you perform this procedure.
Perform this procedure on one active node of the cluster.
Become superuser on a cluster node.
The clsetup Main Menu is displayed.
Type the number that corresponds to the option for Private hostnames and press the Return key.
The Private Hostname Menu is displayed.
Type the number that corresponds to the option for Change a private hostname and press the Return key.
Follow the prompts to change the private hostname.
Repeat for each private hostname to change.
phys-schost# clnode show -t node | grep privatehostname privatehostname: clusternode1-priv privatehostname: clusternode2-priv privatehostname: clusternode3-priv
Determine from the following list the next task to perform that applies to your cluster configuration. If you need to perform more than one task from this list, go to the first of those tasks in this list.
If you did not install your own /etc/inet/ntp.conf file before you installed Sun Cluster software, install or create the NTP configuration file. Go to How to Configure Network Time Protocol (NTP).
To install a volume manager, go to Chapter 4, Configuring Solaris Volume Manager Software and Chapter 5, Installing and Configuring VERITAS Volume Manager to install volume management software.
If you added a new node to a cluster that uses VxVM, you must do one of the following tasks:
Install VxVM on that node.
Modify that node's /etc/name_to_major file to support coexistence with VxVM.
Follow procedures in How to Install VERITAS Volume Manager Software to perform one of these required tasks.
To create cluster file systems, go to How to Create Cluster File Systems.
To create non-global zones on a node, go to How to Create a Non-Global Zone on a Cluster Node.
SPARC: To configure Sun Management Center to monitor the cluster, go to SPARC: Installing the Sun Cluster Module for Sun Management Center.
Install third-party applications, register resource types, set up resource groups, and configure data services. See the documentation that is supplied with the application software and the Sun Cluster Data Services Planning and Administration Guide for Solaris OS.