Veritas Storage Foundation Cluster File System Administrator's Guide 5.0 MP3 - Solaris

Article:DOC3035  |  Created: 2010-09-23  |  Updated: 2010-09-23  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC3035
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Description



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
Storage Foundation Cluster File System architecture overview
About Veritas Cluster Server architecture
Veritas Volume Manager cluster functionality
When the Storage Foundation Cluster File System primary fails
About Storage Foundation Cluster File System and the Group Lock Manager
About asymmetric mounts
Parallel I/O
Storage Foundation Cluster File System namespace
Storage Foundation Cluster File System backup strategies
Synchronize time on Cluster File Systems
Distribute a load on a cluster
File system tuneables
Split-brain and jeopardy handling
Fencing
Single network link and reliability
I/O error handling policy
About Veritas Volume Manager cluster functionality
Shared disk groups overview
About Storage Foundation Cluster File System administration
Veritas Cluster Server overview
About Group Membership and Atomic Broadcast
About Low Latency Transport
Veritas Volume Manger cluster functionality overview
Storage Foundation Cluster File System overview
Number of parallel fsck threads to run during recovery is tunable
Cluster and shared mounts
Determining or giving primaryship
Asymmetric mounts
Storage Foundation Cluster File System and Veritas Volume Manager cluster functionality agents
Storage Foundation Cluster File System administration commands
Storage Foundation Cluster File System commands
mount and fsclusteradm commands
Time synchronization for Cluster File Systems
Growing a Storage Foundation Cluster File System
The fstab file
Distribute the load on a cluster
GUIs
Snapshots on Storage Foundation Cluster File System
Cluster snapshot characteristics
Performance considerations
Creating a snapshot on a Storage Foundation Cluster File System
Adding a node to a cluster
Configuring Storage Foundation Cluster File System and Cluster Volume Manager agents on the new node
Removing a node from a cluster
I/O fencing
Data disks
Coordinator Disks
Before you configure coordinator disks
Adding or removing coordinator disks
Verifying fenced configurations
Disabling I/O fencing
How I/O fencing works during different events
Troubleshooting fenced configurations
Example of a preexisting network partition (split-brain)
Recovering from a preexisting network partition (split-brain)
About Oracle Disk Manager
How Oracle Disk Manager improves database performance
About Oracle Disk Manager and Storage Foundation Cluster Files 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
Checking the database configuration environment using dbed_checkconfig
Disabling the Oracle Disk Manager feature
About Veritas Volume Manager cluster functionality administration
Overview of Cluster Volume Management
Private and shared disk groups
Activating modes of shared disk groups
Connectivity policy of shared disk groups
Limitations of shared disk groups
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
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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