Perform the steps in this procedure to create a resource for a file-system mountpoint in a zone cluster. For RAC configuration with the Sun StorageTek QFSshared file system on Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster and the Sun StorageTek QFSshared file system on hardware RAID, you should create a scalable resource group to contain all the scalable mountpoint resources in a zone cluster.
The nodelist is the list of global-cluster voting nodes where the zone cluster is created.
Become superuser or assume a role that provides solaris.cluster.admin and solaris.cluster.modify RBAC authorizations.
Create a scalable resource group to contain the resource for a scalable file-system mountpoint in zone cluster.
If you are also using a volume manager, set a strong positive affinity by the resource group for the resource group that contains the volume manager's scalable device-group resource. This resource group is created in How to Create a Resource for a Scalable Device Group in the Global Cluster.
If you require Sun Cluster Support for Oracle RAC to run on all cluster nodes, specify the -S option in the command that follows and omit the options -n, -p maximum_primaries, -p desired_primaries, and -p rg_mode.
# clresourcegroup create nodelist \ -p desired_primaries=num-in-list \ -p maximum_primaries=num-in-list \ [-p rg_affinities=++global:scal-dg-rg \] [-p rg_description="description" \] -p rg_mode=Scalable scal-mp-rg
Register the SUNW.ScalMountPoint resource type.
# clresourcetype register -Z zcname SUNW.ScalMountPoint
For each shared file system that requires a scalable file-system mountpoint resource, add an instance of the SUNW.ScalMountPoint resource type to the resource group that you created in Step 2.
For each Sun StorageTek QFS shared file system, do the following:
Set a strong dependency by the instance of SUNW.ScalMountPoint on the resource for the Sun StorageTek QFS metadata server for the file system. The resource for the Sun StorageTek QFS metadata server set is created in How to Register and Configure Resources for the Sun StorageTek QFS Metadata Server in the Global Cluster.
If you are also using a volume manager, set an offline-restart dependency by the instance of SUNW.ScalMountPoint on the resource for the scalable device group that is to store the file system. This resource is created in How to Create a Resource for a Scalable Device Group in the Global Cluster.
# clresource create -Z zcname -t SUNW.ScalMountPoint -d -g scal-mp-rg \ -p resource_dependencies=global:qfs-mds-rs \ [-y resource_dependencies_offline_restart=global:scal-dg-rs \] -x mountpointdir=mp-path \ -x filesystemtype=s-qfs \ -x targetfilesystem=fs-name qfs-mp-rs
Bring online and in a managed state the resource group that you created in Step 2.
# clresourcegroup online -Z zcname -emM scal-mp-rg