If you do not specify either the globaldev or node options, the quorum count is reset for the entire cluster.
When you configure a quorum device, Sun Cluster software assigns the quorum device a vote count of N-1 where N is the number of connected votes to the quorum device. For example, a quorum device that is connected to two nodes with nonzero vote counts has a quorum count of one (two minus one).
To bring a cluster node as well as its associated quorum devices out of maintenance state, see How to Bring a Node Out of Maintenance State.
To learn more about quorum vote counts, see About Quorum Vote Counts in Sun Cluster Concepts Guide for Solaris OS.
The phys-schost# prompt reflects a global-cluster prompt. Perform this procedure on a global cluster.
This procedure provides the long forms of the Sun Cluster commands. Most commands also have short forms. Except for the long and short forms of the command names, the commands are identical. For a list of the commands and their short forms, see Appendix B, Sun Cluster Object-Oriented Commands.
Become superuser or assume a role that provides solaris.cluster.modify RBAC authorization on any node of the cluster.
Reset the quorum count.
# clquorum enable device
Specifies the DID name of the quorum device to reset, for example, d4.
If you are resetting the quorum count because a node was in maintenance state, reboot the node.
Verify the quorum vote count.
# clquorum show +
The following example resets the quorum count for a quorum device back to the default and verifies the result.
# clquorum enable d20 # clquorum show + === Cluster Nodes === Node Name: phys-schost-2 Node ID: 1 Quorum Vote Count: 1 Reservation Key: 0x43BAC41300000001 Node Name: phys-schost-3 Node ID: 2 Quorum Vote Count: 1 Reservation Key: 0x43BAC41300000002 === Quorum Devices === Quorum Device Name: d3 Enabled: yes Votes: 1 Global Name: /dev/did/rdsk/d20s2 Type: shared_disk Access Mode: scsi2 Hosts (enabled): phys-schost-2, phys-schost-3