You might perform this procedure in the following scenarios:
You want to use firmware bug fixes.
You want to use new firmware features.
Use this procedure to update transport adapter firmware.
Before You Begin
To perform this procedure, assume a role that provides solaris.cluster.read and solaris.cluster.modify role-based access control (RBAC) authorization.
Use the following command:
# clresourcegroup status -n nodename # cldevicegroup status -n nodename
Note the device groups, the resource groups, and the node list for the resource groups. You will need this information to restore the cluster to its original configuration in Step 4.
# clnode evacuate fromnode
This process might require you to boot into noncluster mode. If it does, boot the node into cluster mode before proceeding. For the procedure about how to upgrade your transport adapter firmware, see the patch documentation.
Perform the following step for each device group you want to return to the original node.
# cldevicegroup switch -n nodename devicegroup1[ devicegroup2 …]
The node to which you are restoring device groups.
The device group or groups that you are restoring to the node.
In these commands, devicegroup is one or more device groups that are returned to the node.
Perform the following step for each resource group you want to return to the original node.
# clresourcegroup switch -n nodename resourcegroup1[ resourcegroup2 …]
For failover resource groups, the node to which the groups are returned. For scalable resource groups, the node list to which the groups are returned.
The resource group or groups that you are returning to the node or nodes.
The resource group that is returned to the node or nodes.