To install and configure the Sun Java System Message Queue, use this section as a checklist in conjunction with the worksheets in the Configuration Worksheets in Sun Cluster Data Services Planning and Administration Guide for Solaris OS.
Consider the following before you start your installation. Store static files and data on the local file system of each cluster node. Dynamic data should reside on the cluster file system so that you can view or update the data from any cluster node. The Sun Java System Message Queue binaries and configuration files must be highly available and accessible to application-server instances that are running on all nodes.
The Sun Java System Message Queue can be configured to run in a whole root non-global zone, if required. The Sun Java System Message Queue is not supported in a sparse root non-global zone.