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ORCL.opmn, opmn - resource type implementation for failover Oracle Process Management and Notification Server (OPMN)
The ORCL.opmn resource type represents one of the HA for Oracle Web Tier components available to an Oracle Solaris Cluster configuration. The HA for Oracle HTTP Server resource can be configured only as a failover service.
The ORCL.opmn resource type is derived from, and extends, the SUNW.gds resource type. As a consequence the Probe_command, Start_command, Stop_command, and Validate_command properties are not tunable. However, all the SUNW.gds standard and extension resource type properties can be tuned. For a list of the SUNW.gds standard and extension properties, see the SUNW.gds(5) man page.
The ORCL.opmn resource type defines the following extension properties, in addition to the SUNW.gds extension properties that the resource type uses.
The Debug_level property determines how much debugging information is produced during resource creation, updates, and probe cycles.
The instance name. A directory of this name must exist within the ORACLE_HOME/instances subdirectory.
Required (if not specified, the default value is used)
The absolute path of the ORACLE_HOME of the web tier component of Oracle Fusion Middleware.
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: