Re: Dumb Newbie Issues (VCS)
For automatic failover, the resource must be both enabled & critical.
Also, hastop -force is used to stop VCS and leave the resources up & running.
It is normal that hastop without the "-force" option will bring down the
Alex Dreyer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:[color=blue]
>Problems with IP failover.
>We have it set up between two machines, ha00 and ha01. Two groups,
>ip_ha00, ip_ha01. Four resources, ha00_ip, ha00_nic and ha01_ip,
>ha01_nic. The types speak for themselves.
>We can successfully use the ifconfig command to bring down either hme0
>interface and the other system will take up the burden, however, the
>hastop -all command brings down the interfaces. Ifconfig -a produces
>all normal except an IP of 0.0.0.0 Also, there is no automatic recovery
>when the interface is brought back up with the ifconfig command.
>Also encountered disk contention issues using Volume Manager on a
>shared, fiber-attatched SSA.
>Any ideas appreciated.
>Thanks in advance.