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SFHA Solutions (Linux): Configuring application monitoring using the Symantec High Availability Configuration Wizard

Created: 14 Jan 2014 • Updated: 23 Jan 2014
Sujith Mallath's picture
The Symantec High Availability Configuration wizard was introduced in the Storage Foundation and High Availability (SFHA) 6.0.2 release. In the SFHA 6.0.2 release, the following applications were supported in a VMware virtual environment:
  • Generic application
  • Oracle
  • SAP Web AS
  • WebSphere MQ
In the SFHA 6.1 release, you can also use the Symantec High Availability Configuration wizard to configure monitoring for a generic application running on a physical Linux machine. SFHA 6.1 supports the following applications and environments:
 
Application VMware virtual environment support Physical Linux environment support
Generic application Yes Yes
Oracle Yes No
SAP Web AS Yes No
WebSphere MQ Yes No

The wizard allows you to configure a cluster and specify failover targets with just a few clicks. Before you start configuring application monitoring, ensure that you meet the application-specific prerequisites. For more information, refer to the topics appropriate for your application:

Topic Application
About configuring application monitoring
Before configuring application monitoring

To configure application monitoring in a VMware virtual environment, you can launch the wizard using one of the following options:

  • VMware vSphere Client
  • A browser window
  • Veritas Operations Manager client
  • haappwizard utility
To configure application monitoring in a physical Linux environment, you can launch the wizard using one of the following options:
  • Veritas Operations Manager client
  • haappwizard utility
 
After you launch the wizard, follow the application-specific configuration steps described in the respective agent guide. For more information, see:
Symantec Storage Foundation and High Availability documentation for other releases and platforms can be found on the SORT website.

 

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