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Planning and Administering Data Services for Oracle® Solaris Cluster 4.4

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Updated: November 2019

Overview of Tasks for Administering Data Service Resources

The following table summarizes the tasks for installing and configuring Oracle Solaris Cluster data services. The table also provides cross-references to detailed instructions for performing the tasks.

Table 3  Tasks for Administering Data Service Resources
Register a resource type
Upgrade a resource type
Downgrade a resource type
Create failover or scalable resource groups
Add logical hostnames or shared addresses and data service resources to resource groups
Enable resources and resource monitors, manage the resource group, and bring the resource group and its associated resources online
Quiesce a resource group
Suspend and resume automatic recovery actions of a resource group
Disable and enable resource monitors independent of the resource
Remove resource types from the cluster
Remove resource groups from the cluster
Remove resources from resource groups
Switch the primary for a resource group
Disable resources and move their resource group into the UNMANAGED state
Display resource type, resource group, and resource configuration information
Change resource type, resource group, and resource properties
Clear error flags for failed Resource Group Manager (RGM) processes
Clear the Start_failed resource state
Reregister the built-in resource types LogicalHostname and SharedAddress
Update the network interface ID list for the network resources, and update the node list for the resource group
Remove a node from a resource group
Upgrade the built-in resource types LogicalHostname and SharedAddress
Enable Solaris SMF services to run with Oracle Solaris Cluster
Tune fault monitors for Oracle Solaris Cluster data services

Note -  The procedures in this chapter describe how to use the Oracle Solaris Cluster maintenance commands to complete these tasks. Other tools also enable you to administer your resources. See Tools for Data Service Resource Administration for details about these options.