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Perform this procedure on only one node of the 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.
Tip - If you require 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 -n nodelist \ -p desired_primaries=num-in-list \ -p maximum_primaries=num-in-list \ [-p rg_affinities=++scal-dg-rg] \ [-p rg_description="description"] \ -p rg_mode=Scalable \ scal-mp-rg
# clresourcetype register SUNW.ScalMountPoint
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 -t SUNW.ScalMountPoint -g scal-mp-rg \ [-p resource_dependencies_offline_restart=scal-dg-rs] \ -p mountpointdir=mp-path \ -p filesystemtype=nas \ -p targetfilesystem=nas-device:fs-name \ nas-mp-rs
# clresourcegroup online -emM scal-mp-rg