Maintaining Oracle Solaris Cluster Hardware
Oracle® Solaris Cluster 4.2 Hardware
Administration Manual augments documentation that ships with your hardware components by
providing information on maintaining the hardware specifically in an Oracle Solaris
Cluster environment. Table 1–2 describes some of the differences between maintaining cluster hardware
and maintaining standalone hardware.
Table 1-2 Sample
Differences Between Servicing Standalone and Cluster Hardware
Shutting down a node
Use the shutdown command.
To perform an orderly node shutdown,
first use the clnode evacuate
to switch device
groups and resource groups to another node. Then shut down the node
by running the shutdown(1M)
Adding a disk
a reconfiguration boot or use devfsadm
a logical device name to the disk. You also need to run volume manager
commands to configure the new disk if the disks are under volume management
Use the devfsadm
, cldevice populate
commands. You also need to run volume
manager commands to configure the new disk if the disks are under volume management control.
Adding a transport adapter or public network adapter (PNA)
Perform an orderly node shutdown, then install the public network
adapter. After you install the network adapter, update the /etc/hostname.adapter and/etc/inet/hosts files.
Perform an orderly node shutdown, then install the public network adapter. After you install
the public network adapter, update the /etc/hostname.adapter and
/etc/inet/hosts files. Finally, add this public network adapter to an