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Oracle® Solaris Cluster 4.3 System Administration Guide

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Updated: June 2017
 
 

Administering the Cluster

Table 2 provides a starting point for administering your cluster.

Table 2  Oracle Solaris Cluster Administration Tools
Task
Tool
Instructions
Log in to the cluster remotely
Use the Oracle Solaris pconsole utility from the command line to log into the cluster remotely.
Configure the cluster interactively
Use the clzonecluster command or the clsetup utility.
Display Oracle Solaris Cluster release number and version information
Use the clnode command with the show-rev -v -node subcommand and option.
Display installed resources, resource groups, and resource types
Use the following commands to display the resource information:
  • clresource

  • clresourcegroup

  • clresourcetype

Monitor cluster components graphically
Use Oracle Solaris Cluster Manager.
See the online help.
Administer some cluster components graphically
Use Oracle Solaris Cluster Manager.
See the online help.
Check the status of cluster components
Use the cluster command with the status subcommand.
Check the status of IPMP groups on the public network
For a global cluster, use the clnode status command with the –m option.
For a zone cluster, use the clzonecluster command with the show subcommand.
View the cluster configuration
For a global cluster, use the cluster command with the show subcommand.
For a zone cluster, use the clzonecluster command with the show subcommand.
View and display the configured NAS devices
For a global cluster or a zone cluster, use the clzonecluster command with the show subcommand.
Check global mount points or verify the cluster configuration
For a global cluster, use the cluster command with the check subcommand.
For a zone cluster, use the clzonecluster verify command.
Look at the contents of Oracle Solaris Cluster command logs
Examine the /var/cluster/logs/ commandlog file.
Look at Oracle Solaris Cluster system messages
Examine the /var/adm/messages file.
You can also see a node's system messages in the Oracle Solaris Cluster Manager browser interface. For Oracle Solaris Cluster Manager log-in instructions, see How to Access Oracle Solaris Cluster Manager.
Monitor the status of Solaris Volume Manager
Use the metastat command.