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Reference for Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.4

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Updated: August 2018
 
 

scdpmd.conf (5)

Name

scdpmd.conf - Disk-path-monitoring daemon configuration file

Synopsis

/etc/cluster/scdpm/scdpmd.conf

Description

The scdpmd daemon monitors the disk paths and takes appropriate action upon path failures. You can tune this daemon by creating or modifying the configuration file /etc/cluster/scdpm/scdpmd.conf with tunable properties and send a SIGHUP signal to the scdpmd daemon to read the configuration file.

# pkill -HUP scdpmd

You can tune the following properties in the scdpmd.conf file:

Ping_interval
Description

Interval, in seconds, between disk-path status checks

Default

600

Minimum

20

Maximum

3600

Ping_retry
Description

Number of retries to query the disk-path status on failure

Default

3

Minimum

2

Maximum

10

Ping_timeout
Description

Timeout, in seconds, to query any disk-path status

Default

30

Minimum

1

Maximum

1800

Examples

The following is an example of a valid scdpmd.conf file:


Ping_interval = 120
Ping_retry = 5
Ping_timeout = 10

Attributes

See attributes(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:

ATTRIBUTE TYPE
ATTRIBUTE VALUE
Interface Stability
Evolving

See Also

cldevice(8CL), clnode(8CL)