Perform this command to add one or more clusters to an existing site. You can add a global cluster or a zone cluster. For procedures to create a site, see How to Create a Site in Oracle Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition Installation and Configuration Guide .
For more information about RBAC, see Securing Geographic Edition Software in Oracle Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition Installation and Configuration Guide .
# chmod A+user:username:rwx:allow /var/cluster/geo
The /var/cluster/geo directory must have the correct access control lists (ACL) applied for compatibility between the Geo Management RBAC rights profile and data replication software.
phys-schost-1# cluster status -t node === Cluster Nodes === --- Node Status --- Node Name Status --------- ------ phys-schost-2 Online phys-schost-1 Online
If any node is offline, wait until the node is brought back up before you issue the site invitation. The addition of a new cluster to a site will fail if any node in the issuing cluster is not online.
site-controller# geosite add-member -c cluster site
site-controller# geosite add-member -m cluster site
Specifies the site controller role.
Specifies the site member role.
The name of the cluster to add to the site. To add multiple clusters, separate the cluster names with a comma (,). You can use both the –c and –m options in the same geosite add-member command.
The name of the site that you are adding the cluster to.
Command output is similar to the following, where the new cluster is added as a site controller.
site-controller## geosite status Site : site Controller "issuing-cluster" Configuration : OK Controller "added-cluster" Configuration : OK Synchronization : Unknown …
If the geosite add-member command fails with a timeout, update the site's Timeout value to a larger number and retry the command.
To complete the addition of the cluster to the site, the invited cluster must join the site. Go to How to Accept an Invitation to Join a Site.