Veritas™ Cluster Server Implementation Guide for Microsoft Exchange 2007

Article:DOC2703  |  Created: 2010-08-20  |  Updated: 2010-08-20  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC2703
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About the VCS agents for Exchange and NetApp
About VCS support for Exchange Server 2007
About the VCS application agent for Microsoft Exchange
About the Exchange Service agent
About the VCS hardware replication agent for Network Appliance
About the NetApp Filer agent
About the NetApp SnapDrive agent
About the NetApp SnapMirror agent
How the agents make Microsoft Exchange highly available
Local cluster configuration
Disaster recovery configuration
Typical Exchange configurations in a VCS cluster
Active-Passive failover configuration
Any-to-Any failover configuration
Disaster recovery configuration
About installing the VCS application agent for Exchange
Prerequisites for installing the VCS agent for Exchange
Installing the VCS agent for Exchange
Configuring the cluster
Configuring Web console
Configuring notification
Configuring Wide-Area Connector process for global clusters
About installing Exchange
Prerequisites for installing Exchange
Privilege requirements for installing Exchange
Verifying DNS settings for Exchange hosts
Configuring Microsoft iSCSI initiator
Managing storage using Network Appliance filer
Connecting virtual disks to the cluster node
Disconnecting virtual disks from the cluster nodes
Managing storage using Windows Logical Disk Manager
About LDM support
Reserving disks (if you use Windows LDM)
Creating volumes (if you use Windows LDM)
Mounting volumes (if you use Windows LDM)
Unassigning a drive letter
Releasing disks (if you use Windows LDM)
Installing Exchange on the first node
Performing Exchange pre-installation: first node
Performing Exchange Server installation: first node
Performing Exchange post-installation: first node
Moving Exchange databases to shared storage
Installing Exchange on additional nodes
Performing Exchange pre-installation: additional nodes
Performing Exchange Server installation: additional nodes
Performing Exchange post-installation: additional nodes
About configuring the Exchange service group
About configuring the Exchange service group using the wizard
Prerequisites for configuring the Exchange service group
Configuring the Exchange service group using the wizard
Running SnapManager for Exchange
About verifying the service group configuration
Bringing the service group online
Taking the service group offline
Switching the service group
About modifying the Exchange service group configuration
Prerequisites for modifying an Exchange service group
Modifying the Exchange service group
Deleting the Exchange service group
About configuring standalone Exchange with VCS
Installing VCS on the Exchange server
Converting the standalone Exchange server into a "clustered" Exchange server
Adding the standalone Exchange server to a cluster
Moving Exchange databases
Installing Exchange on additional nodes
Configuring the Exchange service group for VCS
About any-to-any configuration
Install VCS
Configure the cluster
Configure the first Exchange virtual server
Configure the Exchange service group for VCS
Configure another Exchange virtual server for an any-to-any failover
Specifying a common node for failover
Configure the Exchange service group for an additional Exchange virtual server
About disaster recovery configuration
Verify the primary site configuration
Set up the secondary site
About installing Exchange at the secondary site
Install Exchange on the first node
Install Exchange on additional nodes
Back up and restore the Exchange data files
Configure the Exchange service group at the secondary site
Configure replication using Network Appliance SnapMirror
Configure NetAppSnapMirror resources at the primary site
Link clusters at primary and secondary sites
Make the Exchange service group global
About managing failover in a disaster recovery environment
Managing a successful remote failover
Managing failover in response to a network outage
About switching the service group back to the local cluster
About removing VCS
Prerequisites for removing VCS
Remove Microsoft Exchange
Removing a node without removing Microsoft Exchange
Removing a node and removing Microsoft Exchange
Remove the VCS configuration
Removing VCS
Adding or removing license keys
About troubleshooting VCS agents
VCS logging
VCS Cluster Configuration Wizard (VCW) logs
VCWsilent logs
Network Appliance agents error messages
Exchange Service agent error messages
Troubleshooting Microsoft Exchange uninstallation
About troubleshooting Exchange Setup Wizard issues
Exchange Setup Wizard may fail to rename the node
Exchange Setup Wizard may fail while moving the Exchange databases
Exchange database status appears as unknown
About resource type definitions
NetApp Filer agent
NetAppFiler agent resource type definition
NetAppFiler agent attribute definitions
NetApp SnapDrive agent
NetAppSnapDrive agent resource type definition
NetAppSnapDrive agent attribute definitions
NetApp SnapMirror agent
NetAppSnapMirror agent resource type definition
NetAppSnapMirror agent attribute definitions
Exchange Service agent
Exchange Service agent resource type definition
Exchange Service agent attribute definitions
Detail monitoring and agent behavior
About Exchange sample configurations
Dependency graph for an Exchange local cluster configuration
Dependency graph for an Exchange disaster recovery configuration
Sample configuration for an Exchange cluster (local cluster configuration)

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Veritas™ Cluster Server Implementation Guide for Microsoft Exchange 2007
VCS_NetApp-Exch2007_51SP1.pdf (3.2 MBytes)

Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC2703


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