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Oracle® Solaris Cluster 4 Quick Reference

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Updated: September 2015
 
 

Oracle® Solaris Cluster 4 Quick Reference

This reference provides quick lookup support for the Oracle Solaris Cluster command-line interface. Many tasks require cluster preparation before you issue these commands. For information about cluster preparation, refer to the appropriate cluster administration manual.

Oracle Solaris Cluster Quick Reference

QUORUM ADMINISTRATION
Add a SCSI Quorum Device
# clquorum add device
Add a Quorum Server
# clquorum add -t quorumserver -p qshost=IPaddress, port=portnumber quorumservername
Remove a Quorum Device
# clquorum remove device
RESOURCE TYPE ADMINISTRATION
Register a Resource Type
# clresourcetype register type
Remove a Resource Type
# clresourcetype unregister type
RESOURCE GROUP ADMINISTRATION
Create a Failover Resource Group
# clresourcegroup create group
Create a Scalable Resource Group
# clresourcegroup create -S group
Bring Online All Resource Groups
# clresourcegroup online +
Delete a Resource Group
# clresourcegroup delete group
Delete a Resource Group and All of Its Resources
# clresourcegroup delete -F group
Switch the Current Primary Node of a Resource Group
# clresourcegroup switch -n nodename group
Move a Resource Group Into the UNMANAGED State
# clresourcegroup unmanage group
Suspend Automatic Recovery of a Resource Group
# clresourcegroup suspend group
Resume Automatic Recovery of a Resource Group
# clresourcegroup resume group
Change a Resource Group Property
# clresourcegroup set -p Failback=true + name=value
Add a Node To a Resource Group
# clresourcegroup add-node -n nodename group
Remove a Node From a Resource Group
# clresourcegroup remove-node -n nodename group
RESOURCE ADMINISTRATION
Create a Logical Hostname Resource
# clreslogicalhostname create -g group lh-resource
Create a Shared Address Resource
# clressharedaddress create -g group sa-resource
Create a Resource
# clresource create -g group -t type resource
Remove a Resource
# clresource delete resource
Disable a Resource
# clresource disable resource
Change a Single-Value Resource Property
# clresource set -t type -p name=value +
Add a Value to a List of Property Values
Existing values in the list are unchanged.
# clresource set -p name+=value resource
Create an HAStoragePlus Resource
# clresource create -t HAStoragePlus -g group -p FileSystemMountPoints=mount-point-list -p Affinityon=true rs-hasp
Clear the STOP_FAILED Error Flag on a Resource
# clresource clear -f STOP_FAILED resource
DEVICE ADMINISTRATION
Add a Raw-Disk or Replicated Device Group
# cldevicegroup create -t rawdisk -n node-list -d DID-list devgrp
Remove a Device Group
# cldevicegroup delete devgrp
Switch a Device Group to a New Node
# cldevicegroup switch -n nodename devgrp
Bring Offline a Device Group
# cldevicegroup offline devgrp
Update Device IDs for the Cluster
# cldevice refresh diskname
MISCELLANEOUS ADMINISTRATION AND MONITORING
Add a Node to a Cluster
From the node to be added, which has access. (If the node does not have access to the cluster configuration, see the claccess(1CL) man page.)
# clnode add -c clustername -n nodename -e endpoint1, endpoint2 -e endpoint3, endpoint4
Remove a Node From the Cluster
From the node to be removed, which is in noncluster mode and has access. (If the node does not have access to cluster configuration, see the claccess(1CL) man page.
# clnode remove
Switch All Resource Groups and Device Groups Off of a Node
# clnode evacuate nodename
Manage the Interconnect Interfaces
These commands disable a cable so that maintenance can be performed, then enable the same cable afterward.
# clinterconnect disable nodename:endpoint
# clinterconnect enable nodename:endpoint
Display the Status of All Cluster Components
# cluster status
Display the Status of One Type of Cluster Component
# command status
Display the Complete Cluster Configuration
# cluster show
Display the Configuration of One Type of Cluster Component
# command show
List One Type of Cluster Component
# command list
Display Oracle Solaris Cluster Release and Version
This command lists the software versions on the current node.
# clnode show-rev -v
Map Node ID to Node Name
# clnode show | grep nodename
Enable Disk Attribute Monitoring on All Cluster Disks
# cltelemetryattribute enable -t disk rbyte.rate wbyte.rate read.rate write.rate
Disable Disk Attribute Monitoring on All Cluster Disks
# cltelemetryattribute disable -t disk rbyte.rate wbyte.rate read.rate write.rate
SHUTTING DOWN AND BOOTING A CLUSTER
Shut Down the Entire Cluster
From one node:
# cluster shutdown
# clnode evacuate
Shut Down a Single Node
# shutdown
Boot a Single Node (SPARC)
ok> boot
Boot a Single Node (x86)
Select (b)oot or (i)nterpreter: b
Reboot a Node Into Noncluster Mode (SPARC)
ok> boot -x
Reboot a Node Into Noncluster Mode (x86)
Select (b)oot or (i)nterpreter: b -x