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Oracle® Solaris Cluster 4.3 System Administration Guide

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Updated: June 2017
 
 

Performing Zone Cluster Administrative Tasks

You can perform other administrative tasks on a zone cluster, such as moving the zone path, preparing a zone cluster to run applications, and cloning a zone cluster. All of these commands must be performed from a node of the global cluster.

You can create a new zone cluster or add a file system or storage device to an existing zone cluster by using the clsetup utility to launch the zone cluster configuration wizard. The zones in a zone cluster are configured when you run clzonecluster install –c to configure the profiles. See Creating and Configuring a Zone Cluster in Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.3 Software Installation Guide for instructions about using the clsetup utility or the –c config_profile option.

You can also use the Oracle Solaris Cluster Manager browser interface to create a zone cluster, or add a file system or storage device to it. You can also use the Oracle Solaris Cluster Manager browser interface to edit the zone cluster's Resource Security property. Click Zone Clusters, click the name of the zone cluster to go to its page, then click the Solaris Resources tab to administer zone-cluster components, or click Properties to administer zone-cluster properties. For Oracle Solaris Cluster Manager log-in instructions, see How to Access Oracle Solaris Cluster Manager.


Note -  The Oracle Solaris Cluster commands that you run only from a node in the global cluster are not valid for use with zone clusters. See the appropriate Oracle Solaris Cluster man page for information about the valid use of a command in zone clusters.
Table 19  Other Zone-Cluster Tasks
Task
Instructions
Move the zone path to a new zone path
clzonecluster move -f zonepath zone-cluster-name
Prepare the zone cluster to run applications
clzonecluster ready -n nodename zone-cluster-name
Restore the nodes from the United Archives
Configure or install a zone cluster from the United Archive
Use a command:
clzonecluster clone -Z target- zone-cluster-name 
[-m copymethod] source-zone-cluster-name
Halt the source zone cluster before you use the clone subcommand. The target zone cluster must already be configured.
Add a network address to a zone cluster
Add a node to a zone cluster
Remove a node from a zone cluster
Remove a zone cluster
Remove a file system from a zone cluster
Remove a storage device from a zone cluster
Restore zone cluster nodes from the Unified Archive
Troubleshoot a node uninstallation
Create, set up, and manage the Oracle Solaris Cluster SNMP Event MIB