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Improvements to Veritas Cluster Manager, Parallel working

Created: 14 Oct 2010 • Updated: 01 Nov 2010 | 3 comments
Gaurav Sangamnerkar's picture
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Hello All,

 

In Veritas Cluster Manager GUI, I would like to suggest for parallel working. If I have a cluster GUI already opened lets say cluster1, now I intend to open one more GUI which is lets say cluster2 ... As soon I login to cluster2, GUI starts fetching the information of cluster2 however in this mean time I can't work with GUI of cluster1 ...

Since the configurations of each cluster is so big, it takes good number of time to fetch the information, situation becomes more worse when GUI is opened remotely (which is quite a common case now a days), during the time GUI fetches the infromation, it should allow the work to be continued on other cluster GUI's opened..

Gaurav

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Ranga Rajagopalan's picture

Veritas Operations Manager (VOM) is now enhanced to provide all the VCS management capability, in addition to SF management that was already available. VOM should already provide relief with the issues mentioned in this idea.

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Gaurav Sangamnerkar's picture

Agreed but not everyone is using VOM at this point however java GUI is legacy & is in existence for quite a long with huge amount of customers using it..  I hope all agree to this

Gaurav

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Cluster Manager regularly fails for our team and has to be restarted.  We have between 20 and 50 components on 5 Clusters.  Click on a cluster, it opens a window for that cluster.  Resize the window so you can see all the components at once.  click in the window, etc., close the window, keep doing this.  Doesn't take long, and the window components are not refreshing, and only display when you mouseover the window.  close the window, it happens on other clusters, too.  Sometimes, if I let it sit for 10 minutes, it will finish what it's doing, and give me a nice window again.  Usually it's better to just close the darn thing and re-login to each cluster.  Yuck.

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