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Planning and Administering Data Services for Oracle® Solaris Cluster 4.4

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Updated: November 2019
 
 

Modifying Online the Resource for a Highly Available Local File System

You might need a highly available local file system to remain available while you are modifying the resource that represents the file system. For example, you might need the file system to remain available because storage is being provisioned dynamically. In this situation, modify the resource that represents the highly available local file system while the resource is online.

In the Oracle Solaris Cluster environment, a highly available local file system is represented by an HAStoragePlus resource. Oracle Solaris Cluster enables you to modify an online HAStoragePlus resource as follows:

  • Adding file systems to the HAStoragePlus resource

  • Removing file systems from the HAStoragePlus resource

Oracle Solaris Cluster software does not enable you to rename a file system while the file system is online.


Note -  When you remove the file systems configured in the HAStoragePlus resources for a zone cluster, you also need to remove the file system configuration from the zone cluster. For information about removing a file system from a zone cluster, see How to Remove a File System From a Zone Cluster in Administering an Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.4 Configuration.

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