crsctl eval modify serverpool

Use the crsctl eval modify serverpool command to predict the effects of modifying a server pool without making changes to the system. This command may be useful to cluster administrators.


crsctl eval modify serverpool server_pool_name {-file file_path
   | -attr "attr_name=attr_value [,attr_name=attr_value[, ...]]"}
   [-f] [-admin [-l level [-x] [-a]]


See Also:

"crsctl modify serverpool" for a description of the -attr parameter

Table E-41 crsctl eval modify serverpool Command Parameters

Parameter Description

The name of the server pool you want to modify.


If you specify this parameter, then CRSCTL predicts the effects of forcibly modifying a server pool.

-admin [-l level] [-x] [-a]

If you specify this parameter, then CRSCTL displays output for the cluster administrator.

If you specify the -l parameter, then you can choose one of the following three output levels:

  • serverpools: Restricts the output to servers running in a server pool

  • resources: Restricts the output to resources running on servers in a server pool

  • all: Displays all available output

If you specify the -x parameter, then CRSCTL displays the differences.

If you specify the -a parameter, then CRSCTL displays all resources.

Note: To specify either the -l, -x, or -a parameters, or any combination of the three, you must specify the -admin parameter.

See Also:

"How Server Pools Work" for more information about server pools and server pool attributes

Usage Notes

  • The server_pool_name parameter is required

  • If an attribute value for an attribute name-value pair contains commas, then the value must be enclosed in single quotation marks (''). For example:

  • Running this command may result in Oracle Clusterware relocating other servers between server pools to comply with the new configuration

  • Do not use this command for any server pools with names that begin with ora because these server pools are Oracle server pools

  • While you can use this command in either environment, it is only useful in the Oracle RAC environment