SUNW.derby is the failover resource type that enables you to use the Java DB database with Oracle Solaris Cluster. The Java DB database is based on the Derby database. For information about the database, see http://db.apache.org/derby/.
The extension properties associated with the SUNW.derby resource type are as follows:
Specifies the location of the data file for the Java DB database.
The value for DB_path is a string specifying PATH. The specified path should be a path controlled by your chosen storage, for example HAStoragePlus.
Specifies the port for the Java DB database.
Specifies the port that Oracle Solaris Cluster uses to test the health of the server for the Java DB database.
Controls fault-monitor restarts. The property indicates the number of times that the process monitor facility restarts the fault monitor. The property corresponds to the –n option passed to the pmfadm(1M) command. The Resource Group Manager (RGM) counts the number of restarts in a specified time window (see Monitor_retry_interval). Note that Monitor_retry_count refers to the restarts of the fault monitor itself, not of the SUNW.derby resource.
Indicates the time window in minutes during which the RGM counts fault-monitor failures. The property corresponds to the –t option passed to the pmfadm(1M) command. If the number of times that the fault monitor fails exceeds the value of the extension property Monitor_retry_count, the process monitor facility does not restart the fault monitor.
Specifies the timeout value, in seconds, for the probe command.