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Oracle Solaris Cluster Software Installation Guide     Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.1
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1.  Planning the Oracle Solaris Cluster Configuration

2.  Installing Software on Global-Cluster Nodes

Overview of Installing the Software

Installing the Software

How to Prepare for Cluster Software Installation

How to Install Oracle Solaris Software

How to Install pconsole Software on an Administrative Console

How to Install and Configure Oracle Solaris Cluster Quorum Server Software

How to Configure Internal Disk Mirroring

SPARC: How to Install Oracle VM Server for SPARC Software and Create Domains

How to Install Oracle Solaris Cluster Framework and Data Service Software Packages

How to Install the Availability Suite Feature of Oracle Solaris 11

How to Set Up the Root Environment

How to Configure IP Filter

3.  Establishing the Global Cluster

4.  Configuring Solaris Volume Manager Software

5.  Creating a Cluster File System

6.  Creating Zone Clusters

7.  Uninstalling Software From the Cluster


Overview of Installing the Software

The following task map lists the tasks that you perform to install software on multiple-host or single-host global clusters. Complete the procedures in the order that is indicated.

Table 2-1 Task Map: Installing the Software

Plan the layout of your cluster configuration and prepare to install software.
Install the Oracle Solaris OS on all nodes and optionally on an administrative console and a quorum server. Optionally, enable Oracle Solaris I/O multipathing on the nodes.
(Optional) Install pconsole software on an administrative console.
(Optional) Install and configure a quorum server.
(Optional) Configure internal disk mirroring.
(Optional) Install Oracle VM Server for SPARC software and create domains.
Install Oracle Solaris Cluster software and any data services that you will use.
(Optional) Install and configure the Availability Suite feature of Oracle Solaris software
Set up directory paths.
(Optional) Configure the IP Filter feature of Oracle Solaris.