Veritas Storage Foundation Cluster File System Administrator's Guide 5.1 - Solaris

Article:DOC3033  |  Created: 2010-09-23  |  Updated: 2010-10-19  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC3033
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Table of Contents:
Storage Foundation Cluster File System architecture
About the symmetric architecture
About Storage Foundation Cluster File System primary/secondary failover
About single-host file system semantics using Group Lock Manager
About Veritas File System features supported in cluster file systems
Veritas File System features in cluster file systems
Veritas File System features not in cluster file systems
Storage Foundation Cluster File System benefits and applications
How Storage Foundation Cluster File System works
When to use Storage Foundation Cluster File System
About Veritas Cluster Server architecture
About Storage Foundation Cluster File System and the Group Lock Manager
Storage Foundation Cluster File System namespace
About asymmetric mounts
Primary and secondary
Determining or moving primaryship
Synchronize time on Cluster File Systems
File system tuneables
Setting the number of parallel fsck threads
About Storage Checkpoints
Storage Foundation Cluster File System backup strategies
Parallel I/O
I/O error handling policy
Recovering for I/O failures
Single network link and reliability
Configuring low priority a link
Split-brain and jeopardy handling
Jeopardy state
Jeopardy handling
About I/O fencing
About preventing data corruption with I/O fencing
About I/O fencing components
About I/O fencing configuration files
How disk-based I/O fencing works in different event scenarios
About secure communication between the SFCFS cluster and CP server
About Veritas Volume Manager cluster functionality
Shared disk groups overview
Storage Foundation Cluster File System and Veritas Volume Manager cluster functionality agents
Veritas Volume Manager cluster functionality
About Storage Foundation Cluster File System administration
Veritas Enterprise Administrator Graphical User Interface
Administering CFS
Adding CFS file systems to VCS configuration
Using cfsmount to mount CFS file systems
Resizing CFS file systems
Verifying the status of CFS file systems
Verifying CFS port
CFS agent log files
Storage Foundation Cluster File System commands
mount, fsclusteradm, and fsadm commands
Time synchronization for Cluster File Systems
Growing a Storage Foundation Cluster File System
The /etc/vfstab file
When the Storage Foundation Cluster File System primary fails
GUIs
Storage Checkpoints on Storage Foundation Cluster File System
Snapshots on Storage Foundation Cluster File System
Administering VCS
Viewing available Veritas devices and drivers
Configuring VCS to start Oracle with a specified Pfile
Verifying VCS configuration
Starting and stopping VCS
Administering CVM
Listing all the CVM shared disks
Establishing CVM cluster membership manually
Manually importing a shared disk group
Manually deporting a shared disk group
Manually starting shared volumes
Evaluating the state of CVM ports
Verifying if CVM is running in an SFCFS cluster
Verifying CVM membership state
Verifying the state of CVM shared disk groups
Verifying the activation mode
CVM log files
Administering ODM
Verifying the ODM port
Starting ODM
Administering I/O Fencing
About administering I/O fencing
About vxfentsthdw utility
About vxfenadm utility
About vxfenclearpre utility
About vxfenswap utility
Administering the CP server
About VXFEN tunable parameters
About Oracle Disk Manager
How Oracle Disk Manager improves database performance
About Oracle Disk Manager and Storage Foundation Cluster File System
About Oracle Disk Manager and Oracle Managed Files
How Oracle Disk Manager works with Oracle Managed Files
Setting up Veritas Extension for Oracle Disk Manager
How to prepare existing database storage for Oracle Disk Manager
Converting Quick I/O files to Oracle Disk Manager files
Verifying that Oracle Disk Manager is configured
Disabling the Oracle Disk Manager feature
About Cached ODM
Enabling Cached ODM for file systems
Tuning Cached ODM settings for individual files
About agents for Storage Foundation Cluster File System
Storage Foundation Cluster File System agents
Veritas Cluster Server cluster components
Resources
Attributes
Service groups
Modifying the agents and their resources
Resources and service groups for File System cluster functionality
Resource and service group dependencies
Storage Foundation Cluster File System administrative interface
Storage Foundation Cluster File System resource management commands
Example main.cf file
Example CVMTypes.cf file
Example CFSTypes.cf file
CFSMount agent
CFSMount type definition
Sample of CFSMount configuration
CFSfsckd agent
CFSfsckd type definition
Sample of CFSfsckd configuration
CVMCluster agent
CVMCluster type definition
Sample of CVMCluster configuration
CVMVolDg agent
CVMVolDg type definition
Sample of CVMVolDg configuration
About Clustered NFS
Understanding how Clustered NFS works
Basic design
Internal Clustered NFS functionality
cfsshare manual page
Configure and unconfigure Clustered NFS
Configure Clustered NFS
Unconfigure Clustered NFS
Reconciling major/minor numbers for NFS shared disks
Checking the major and minor number for VxVM volumes
Administering Clustered NFS
Displaying the NFS shared CFS file systems
Sharing a CFS file system previously added to VCS
Unsharing the previous shared CFS file system
Adding an NFS shared CFS file system to VCS
Deleting the NFS shared CFS file system from VCS
Adding a Virtual IP address to VCS
Deleting a Virtual IP address from VCS
Adding an IPv6 Virtual IP address to VCS
Deleting an IPv6 Virtual IP address from VCS
Changing the share options associated with an NFS share
Sharing a file system checkpoint
Samples for configuring a Clustered NFS
Sample main.cf file
How to mount an NFS-exported file system on the NFS clients
Disabling SMF for NFS daemons on Solaris 10
Debugging Clustered NFS
About troubleshooting SFCFS
Troubleshooting CFS
Incorrect order in root user's <library> path
Troubleshooting fenced configurations
Example of a preexisting network partition (split-brain)
Recovering from a preexisting network partition (split-brain)
Troubleshooting I/O fencing
SCSI reservation errors during bootup
The vxfentsthdw utility fails when SCSI TEST UNIT READY command fails
Node is unable to join cluster while another node is being ejected
System panics to prevent potential data corruption
How vxfen driver checks for preexisting split-brain condition
Cluster ID on the I/O fencing key of coordinator disk does not match the local cluster's ID
Clearing keys after split-brain using vxfenclearpre command
Registered keys are lost on the coordinator disks
Replacing defective disks when the cluster is offline
The vxfenswap utility faults when echo or cat is used in .bashrc file
Troubleshooting on the CP server
Troubleshooting server-based I/O fencing on the SFCFS cluster
Troubleshooting server-based I/O fencing in mixed mode
Troubleshooting CVM
CVM group is not online after adding a node to the cluster
Shared disk group cannot be imported
Error importing shared disk groups
Unable to start CVM
CVMVolDg not online even though CVMCluster is online
Shared disks not visible
Troubleshooting interconnects
Restoring communication between host and disks after cable disconnection
Creating a database for Oracle 10g or 11g
Creating database tablespace on shared raw VxVM volumes (option 1)
Creating database tablespace on CFS (option 2)

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