Veritas Storage Foundation Cluster File System Installation Guide 5.0.1 - HP-UX

Article:DOC3041  |  Created: 2010-09-23  |  Updated: 2010-09-23  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC3041
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Table of Contents:
Veritas Storage Foundation Cluster File System suites
About Veritas Enterprise Administrator (VEA)
About planning for a Storage Foundation Cluster File System installation
Veritas Installation Assessment Service
Release notes
Symantec product licensing
Setting environment variables
Creating the /opt directory
Cluster environment requirements
Configuring secure shell (ssh) or remote shell before installing products
Configuring and enabling ssh
Enabling remsh
Prerequisites for Storage Foundation Cluster File System
Hardware overview and requirements for Storage Foundation Cluster File System
Shared storage
Fibre Channel switch
Cluster platforms
About centralized management
Veritas File System requirements
Downloading the Storage Foundation and High Availability software
Downloading Storage Foundation Manager
Hardware and software requirements
Supported HP-UX operating systems
Required HP-UX patches
Mandatory patch required for Oracle Bug 4130116
Other required HP-UX software
Storage Foundation Cluster File System node requirements
Disk space requirements
About installing Veritas Storage Foundation Cluster File System on HP-UX
Summary of Veritas Storage Foundation installation tasks
Mounting a software disc
About the common product installer
Installing Storage Foundation Cluster File System using the common product installer
Installing Veritas Enterprise Administrator
Installing the Veritas Enterprise Administrator client
Installing the Veritas Enterprise Administrator client on HP-UX
Installing the VEA client on Microsoft Windows
Configuring the products using the common product installer
Configuring Storage Foundation Cluster File System
Configuring and starting Veritas Enterprise Administrator
Stopping and starting the VEA server
Starting the VEA client on Windows or HP-UX
VMSA and VEA co-existence
About upgrading Storage Foundation Cluster File System and High Availability
Planning the upgrade
Preparing the system and backing up files before upgrading
Upgrade paths for Veritas Storage Foundation Cluster File System
Overview of procedures
Phased upgrade
Full upgrade
Upgrading the operating system
Upgrading from SFCFS 5.0 on HP-UX 11i v3 to SFCFS 5.0.1 on HP-UX 11i v3
Performing a phased upgrade from version 5.0 on HP-UX 11i v3 to Storage Foundation Cluster File System 5.0.1
Full Upgrade
Upgrading from SFCFS 4.x or 5.0x on HP-UX 11i v2 to SFCFS 5.0.1
Performing phased upgrade of Storage Foundation Cluster File System from versions 4.1x or 5.0x on HP-UX 11i v2
Performing a full upgrade from SFCFS 4.x or 5.0x on HP-UX 11iv2
Upgrading from 3.5 to 5.0.1
Full upgrade
Upgrading the disk layout versions
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
Verifying that the products were installed
Installation log files
Using the installation log file
Using the response file
Using the summary file
Checking Volume Manager processes
Checking Veritas File System installation
Command installation verification
Verifying the configuration files for Storage Foundation Cluster File System
Low Latency Transport configuration files
Checking Low Latency Transport operation
Group Membership and Atomic Broadcast configuration files
Checking Group Membership and Atomic Broadcast operation
Checking cluster operation
Verifying agent configuration for Storage Foundation Cluster File System
Synchronizing time on Cluster File Systems
Configuring VCS for Storage Foundation Cluster File System
main.cf file
Storage Foundation Cluster File System HA Only
Veritas Cluster Server application failover services
Summary of Storage Foundation Cluster File System uninstallation tasks
Shutting down cluster operations
Removing VxFS file systems and Storage Checkpoints
Removing the root disk from VxVM control
Moving volumes to disk partitions
Moving volumes onto disk partitions for HP-UX
Shutting down Veritas Volume Manager
Uninstalling Storage Foundation Cluster File System
Removing license files (Optional)
Removing the Veritas Enterprise Administrator client
About installation scripts
Installation script options
Veritas Storage Foundation installation depots
Obsolete packages in Storage Foundation 5.0.1
Storage Foundation Cluster File System installation issues
Incorrect permissions for root on remote system
Resource temporarily unavailable
Inaccessible system
Storage Foundation Cluster File System problems
Unmount failures
Mount failures
Command failures
Performance issues
High availability issues

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