Perform this procedure to verify that quorum configuration was completed successfully and that cluster installation mode is disabled.
You do not need to be superuser to run these commands.
From any global-cluster node, verify the device and node quorum configurations.
phys-schost% clquorum list
Output lists each quorum device and each node.
phys-schost% cluster show -t global | grep installmode installmode: disabled
Cluster installation is complete.
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 want to change any private hostnames, go to How to Change Private Hostnames.
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).
If you want to configure IPsec on the private interconnect, go to How to Configure IP Security Architecture (IPsec) on the Cluster Interconnect.
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 perform 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 the 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 Global-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.
Before you put the cluster into production, make a baseline recording of the cluster configuration for future diagnostic purposes. Go to How to Record Diagnostic Data of the Cluster Configuration.
Make a backup of your cluster configuration.
An archived backup of your cluster configuration facilitates easier recovery of the your cluster configuration. For more information, see How to Back Up the Cluster Configuration in Sun Cluster System Administration Guide for Solaris OS.