Sun Java System Calendar Server 6.3 Administration Guide

ProcedureTo Perform the Final Configuration Steps for the Second Instance

  1. Using the Sun Cluster command-line interface, perform a fail over to the first node.

    For example:

    # /usr/cluster/bin/scswitch -z -g CAL-CS2-RG -h Node1
  2. Edit the configuration file, ics.confby adding the parameters shown in the example that follows.

    Note –

    The values shown are examples only. You must substitute your own information for the values in the example.

    Back up the ics.conf file before starting this step.

    ! The following changes were made to configure Calendar Server
    ! Highly Available
    service.listenaddr = "IPAddressCS2"

    Note –

    The value for service.http.calendarhostname must be a fully qualified hostname.

  3. Using the Sun Cluster command-line interface, create a Calendar Server resource group.

    Create a Calendar Server resource group and enable it.

    For example:

    ./scrgadm -a -j CAL-SVR-CS2-RS -g CAL-CS2-RG
          -t SUNW.scics -x ICS_serverroot=/cal-svr-baseCS2
          -y Resource_dependencies=CAL-HASP-CS2-RS,LOG-HOST-CS2-RS
    ./scrgadm -e -j CAL-SVR-CS2-RS
  4. Using the Sun Cluster command-line interface to test the successful creation of the calendar resource group, perform a fail over to the second node, which is primary node for this Calendar Server instance.

    For example:

    ./scswitch -z -g CAL-CS2-RG -h Node2

    Your have now finished installing and configuring a symmetric HA Calendar Server.