Observe the following service restrictions for Sun Cluster configurations:
Boot and install servers - Do not use a Sun Cluster configuration to provide a highly available boot or installation service on client systems.
These numbers are reserved for the Sun Cluster daemons rgmd_receptionist, fed, and pmfd, respectively.
If the RPC service that you install also uses one of these program numbers, you must change that RPC service to use a different program number.
Scheduling classes - Sun Cluster software does not support the running of high-priority process scheduling classes on cluster nodes. Do not run either of the following types of processes on cluster nodes:
Processes that run in the time-sharing scheduling class with a high priority
Processes that run in the real-time scheduling class
Sun Cluster software relies on kernel threads that do not run in the real-time scheduling class. Other time-sharing processes that run at higher-than-normal priority or real-time processes can prevent the Sun Cluster kernel threads from acquiring needed CPU cycles.