Re: Configuring MC/Service guard and Virtual IP address on HP UX 11i v 3 (576 Views)
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Configuring MC/Service guard and Virtual IP address on HP UX 11i v 3

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Hello,

 

This is a newbie HP_UX sys admin.

We have brought 2 Integrity servers having HP UX 11 v3, to be used as oracle RAC cluster.

 

 

We need to configure Service guard on these servers and configure Virtual IP/Hostname using Service guard.

 

Are there any manuals explaining this or what is the best way forward?

 

Thanks

 

 

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Re: Configuring MC/Service guard and Virtual IP address on HP UX 11i v 3

Here is a link to the manuals:

 

http://h20566.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/public/psi/manualsResults?sp4ts.oid=4162060

 

However, this is not a simple process. Normally, you would take a 2 week course for Service Guard and how to integrate Oracle into a Service Guard package. Or hire a knowledgeable consultant to help with the project.

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Re: Configuring MC/Service guard and Virtual IP address on HP UX 11i v 3

Hp has a course where we configure Oracle Rac

http://www.hp.com/education/courses/u8601s.html

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Re: Configuring MC/Service guard and Virtual IP address on HP UX 11i v 3

If you have enough time then go through Managing Serviceguard A.11.20

 

If you want to see some quick output of what it is upto , follow some blogs explaining 'How to setup a simple cluster in SG'.

 

 

 

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