Configuring or reconfiguring the FSA resource
|Article:HOWTO49636|||||Created: 2011-04-08|||||Updated: 2012-06-27|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO49636|
You must run the Enterprise Vault Administration Console on a computer with a suitable operating system. See the following technical note on the Symantec Support Web site:
To configure or reconfigure the FSA resource
Start the FSA Cluster Configuration wizard in one of the following ways:
When you add the virtual file server as a target, click Configure FSA Cluster in the New File Server wizard
If you have already added the clustered file server as a target, then in the left pane of the Enterprise Vault Administration Console, right-click the clustered file server target and then click FSA Cluster Configuration.
When the welcome page of the FSA Cluster Configuration wizard appears, click Next.
Select Add, remove, or reconfigure the FSA resource for groups that have shared disks, and then click Next.
Select the cluster groups that are to include the FSA resource.
If you check Services HA for a selected group, and there is a problem with the node on which the FSA services are running, then the FSA services and all the other resources in the group automatically failover to a working node in the cluster. In effect, by checking Services HA, you make the failure of the FSA services on one node a sufficient reason to move all the resources to another node.
Click Next, and then wait for the FSA Cluster Configuration wizard to apply your requested settings to the cluster group.
When the wizard displays a summary of the changes that it has made to the cluster group, click Finish.
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