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Installing and Configuring an Oracle® Solaris Cluster 4.4 Environment

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Updated: November 2019
 
 

How to Register and Configure the Framework Resource Groups

Use this procedure to configure a scalable Oracle RAC framework resource group and, if Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster is used, a multiple-owner volume-manager framework resource group.

Perform all steps from one node of the global cluster.

  1. Assume the root role or become an administrator that provides solaris.cluster.admin and solaris.cluster.modify authorizations.
  2. Create a scalable Oracle RAC framework resource group.

    This framework resource group is used regardless of whether the file system is for general purpose or for a database home.

    1. Create the Oracle RAC framework resource group.
      # clresourcegroup create -S \
      -p rg_description="description"] \
      rac-fmwk-rg
      –p rg_description="description"

      Specifies an optional brief description of the resource group. This description is displayed when you use Oracle Solaris Cluster maintenance commands to obtain information about the resource group.

      rac-fmwk-rg

      Specifies the name that you are assigning to the Oracle RAC framework resource group.

    2. Register the SUNW.rac_framework resource type.
      # clresourcetype register SUNW.rac_framework
    3. Add an instance of the SUNW.rac_framework resource type to the Oracle Real Application Clusters framework resource group.
      # clresource create -g rac-fmwk-rg -t SUNW.rac_framework rac-fmwk-rs
      –g rac-fmwk-rg

      Specifies the Oracle RAC framework resource group to which you are adding the resource.

      rac-fmwk-rs

      Specifies the name that you are assigning to the SUNW.rac_framework resource.

    4. Register the Oracle Clusterware framework resource type
      # clresourcetype register SUNW.crs_framework
    5. Add an instance of the SUNW.crs_framework resource type to the Oracle Real Application Clusters framework resource group.
      # clresource create -g rac-fmwk-rg \
      -p resource_dependencies=rac-fmwk-rs \
      -t SUNW.crs_framework \
      crs-fmwk-rs
      crs-fmwk-rs

      Specifies the name that you are assigning to the SUNW.crs_framework resource.

  3. If you are using Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster, create a scalable multiple-owner volume-manager framework resource group.

    This resource group manages Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster.

    If you are using hardware RAID, skip to Step 4.

    1. Create the resource group
      # clresourcegroup create -n nodelist -S vucmm-fmwk-rg
      –n nodelist=nodelist

      Specifies the same node list that you configured for the scalable Oracle Real Application Clusters framework resource group.

      vucmm-fmwk-rg

      Specifies the name that you are assigning to the multiple-owner volume-manager framework resource group.

    2. Register the SUNW.vucmm_framework resource type.
      # clresourcetype register SUNW.vucmm_framework
    3. Add an instance of the SUNW.vucmm_framework resource type to the multiple-owner volume-manager resource group.
      # clresource create -g vucmm-fmwk-rg -t SUNW.vucmm_framework vucmm-fmwk-rs
      –g vucmm-fmwk-rg

      Specifies the multiple-owner volume-manager resource group to which you are adding the resource.

      vucmm-fmwk-rs

      Specifies the name that you are assigning to the SUNW.vucmm_framework resource.

    4. Register the SUNW.vucmm_svm resource type.
      # clresourcetype register SUNW.vucmm_svm
    5. Add an instance of the SUNW.vucmm_svm resource type to the SUNW.vucmm_framework resource group.

      Ensure that this instance depends on the SUNW.vucmm_framework resource that you created.

      # clresource create -g vucmm-fmwk-rg \
      -t SUNW.vucmm_svm \
      -p resource_dependencies=vucmm-fmwk-rs svm-rs
      –g vucmm-fmwk-rg

      Specifies the multiple-owner volume-manager resource group.

      –p resource_dependencies=vucmm-fmwk-rs

      Specifies that this instance depends on the SUNW.vucmm_framework resource.

      svm-rs

      Specifies the name that you are assigning to the SUNW.vucmm_svm resource.

  4. Bring online and in a managed state the Oracle RAC framework resource group, the multiple-owner volume-manager framework resource group if used, and their resources.
    # clresourcegroup online -emM rac-fmwk-rg vucmm-fmwk-rg]
    rac-fmwk-rg

    Specifies that the Oracle RAC framework resource group is to be moved to the MANAGED state and brought online.

    vucmm-fmwk-rg

    Specifies that the multiple-owner volume-manager framework resource group is to be moved to the MANAGED state and brought online.

Next Steps

Go to How to Create an Oracle ACFS File System.