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How to see what a service group contains

Created: 17 Jan 2013 • Updated: 18 Jan 2013 | 2 comments
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For a service group nbu_grp:

  1. Under nbu_grp ,what all we defined?
  2. nbu_gp basically contains?
  3. nbu_grp and cluster gp are same?
  4. what log to see if system is offline and online on other node?

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mikebounds's picture

You can use:

hagrp -resources nbu_grp

to see what resources are in the service group

To see details of the resources you can use:

hares -display res_name 

for each resource

Logs are in /var/VRTSvcs/log/engine_A.log

Not sure what you mean by cluster grp.  There maybe a group called ClusterService and this is a separate service group.  In Windows, MSCS uses the term Cluster group which is the same as service group which is a "container for resources" which move as one unit.


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Marianne's picture

I believe this user and these two are the same: 

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