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Planning and Administering Data Services for Oracle® Solaris Cluster 4.4

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Updated: November 2019
 
 

Determining Whether Your Data Service Requires HAStoragePlus

The following types of data services require HAStoragePlus:

  • Data services with nodes that are not directly connected to storage

  • Data services that are disk intensive

Data Services With Nodes That Are Not Directly Connected to Storage

Some nodes in the node list of a data service's resource group might not be directly connected to the storage. In this situation, you must coordinate the boot order between the storage and the data service. To meet this requirement, configure the resource group as follows:

  • Configure HAStoragePlus resources in the resource group.

  • Set the dependency of the other data service resources to the HAStoragePlus resource.

Data Services That Are Disk Intensive

Some data services, such as Oracle Solaris Cluster HA for Oracle and Oracle Solaris Cluster HA for NFS are disk intensive. If your data service is disk intensive, ensure that the resource groups and device groups are colocated on the same node. To meet this requirement, perform the following tasks:

  • Add an HAStoragePlus resource to your data service resource group

  • Switch the HAStoragePlus resource online

  • Set the dependency of your data service resources to the HAStoragePlus resource

  • Set AffinityOn to True


Note -  The failback settings must be identical for both the resource group and device groups.

Some data services are not disk intensive. For example, HA for DNS (which reads all of its files at startup) is not disk intensive. If your data service is not disk intensive, configuring the HAStoragePlus resource type is optional.