How to Register and Configure the Support for Oracle RAC Framework Resource Group in a Zone
Cluster by Using Oracle Solaris Cluster Maintenance Commands
Perform the steps in this procedure to register and configure the Support for Oracle RAC framework
resource group in a zone cluster for the Sun QFS shared file system with Solaris Volume Manager.
When a step in the procedure requires running the Oracle Solaris Cluster commands in a zone cluster,
you should run the command from the global cluster and use the –Z option to specify
the zone cluster.
Assume the root role or assume a role that provides
solaris.cluster.admin and solaris.cluster.modify RBAC
Create a scalable Support for Oracle RAC resource group.
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 -Z zcname -n nodelist \
-p maximum_primaries=num-in-list \
-p desired_primaries=num-in-list \
[-p rg_description="description"] \
-p rg_mode=Scalable \
Register the SUNW.rac_framework resource type.
# clresourcetype register -Z zcname SUNW.rac_framework
Add an instance of the SUNW.rac_framework resource type to the
resource group that you created in Step 2.
# clresource create -Z zcname -g rac-fmwk-rg \
-t SUNW.rac_framework rac-fmwk-rs
- –g rac-fmwk-rg
Specifies the resource group to which you are adding the resource. This resource group must be
the resource group that you created in Step 2.
Specifies the name that you are assigning to the SUNW.rac_framework
Bring online and in a managed state the Support for Oracle RAC framework resource group and its
# clresourcegroup online -Z zcname -eM rac-fmwk-rg
Registering and Configuring Oracle ASM Resource Groups (CLI)
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