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Oracle® Solaris Cluster 4.3 Release Notes

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Updated: June 2017
 
 

Man Pages

This section provides the following information about errors, omissions, and additions in the Oracle Solaris Cluster man pages:

Extraneous Characters in the Command Lines of Some Man Page Examples

Some command examples contain extraneous letters after the backslash (\) used to indicate that the command continues on the next line. For example:

phys-schost-1# /usr/cluster/bin/clresource create epm-rg \fR
-t SUNW.HAStoragePlus \fR
-p FileSystemMountPoints=/global/epm_mnt \fR
-d epm-hasp-r

The fR letters after the backslash can be ignored.

geopg(1M) Man Page

  • Beginning with the Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.3.6 release, the geopg status command supports the following additional option:

    –v
    –-verbose

    Displays messages for any errors that put the configuration in the Error state, and messages for any errors that put the replication resource in the FAULTED or DEGRADED error states.

  • The geopg(1M) man page is missing information about the extension properties for Oracle GoldenGate data replication for Geographic Edition. See Appendix A, Oracle GoldenGate Replication Extension Properties, in Oracle Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition Data Replication Guide for Oracle GoldenGate for information about these extension properties.

  • Descriptions of some geopg subcommands erroneously state that the action it performs is propagated to clusters in a site, similar to the following:

    • The system performs this action on the local cluster, then propagates the action to other clusters in the site.

    The statement should instead say that the action is propagated to the partner cluster. For example:

    • The system performs this action on the local cluster, then propagates the action to the partner cluster.