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adding listener in clsetup

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root@node1:~# clsetup

 

 

  *** Main Menu ***

 

 

    Please select from one of the following options:

 

 

        1) Quorum

        2) Resource groups

        3) Data Services

        4) Cluster interconnect

        5) Device groups and volumes

        6) Private hostnames

        7) New nodes

        8) Zone Cluster

        9) Other cluster tasks

 

 

        ?) Help with menu options

        q) Quit

 

 

    Option:  2

 

 

  *** Resource Group Menu ***

 

 

    Please select from one of the following options:

 

 

        1) Create a resource group

        2) Add a network resource to a resource group

        3) Add a data service resource to a resource group

        4) Resource type registration

        5) Online/Offline or Switchover a resource group

        6) Suspend/Resume recovery for a resource group

        7) Enable/Disable a resource

        8) Change properties of a resource group

        9) Change properties of a resource

       10) Remove a resource from a resource group

       11) Remove a resource group

       12) Clear the stop_failed error flag from a resource

 

 

        ?) Help

        s) Show current status

        q) Return to the main menu

 

 

    Option:  3

 

 

  >>> Add a Data Service Resource to a Resource Group <<<

 

 

    This option allows you to add a data service resource to a resource

    group. If the resource type for the data service is not yet registered

    with the cluster, you will have the opportunity to register that type.

 

 

    Is it okay to continue (yes/no) [yes]? 

 

 

 

 

    Select the type of resource you want to add:

 

 

           Res Name             Description                               

           ========             ===========                               

 

 

        1) SUNW.asm_diskgroup   Data service for Oracle ASM diskgroup

        2) SUNW.crs_framework:3 Oracle Solaris Cluster framework for Oracle ...

        3) SUNW.derby           Oracle Solaris Cluster Agent for Derby serv ...

        4) SUNW.Event           HA Event server for Oracle Solaris Cluster

        5) SUNW.gds:6           Generic Data Service for Oracle Solaris Clu ...

        6) SUNW.HAStoragePlus:10 HA Storage Plus

        7) SUNW.oracle_listener:5 Resource type for Oracle Listener

        8) SUNW.oracle_rac_server:5 Resource type for Oracle RAC Server

        9) SUNW.oracle_server:8 Resource type for Oracle Server

       10) SUNW.Proxy_SMF_failover Resource type for proxying failover SMF ser ...

 

 

        n) Next >

 

 

    Option:  7

 

 

    The type of resource you selected is not yet registered. Each resource

    type must be registered with the cluster before any resources of the

    selected type can be added to a resource group.

 

 

    Registration of a resource type updates the cluster-wide configuration

    with the resource type properties found in default rt_reg files (see

    rt_reg(4)) on this node. It is important that the same resource type

    or data service software has been installed on each node in the

    cluster prior to registration.

 

 

    Is the software for this service installed on each node (yes/no) [yes]? 

 

 

    Is it okay to register this resource type now (yes/no) [yes]? 

 

 

/usr/cluster/bin/clresourcetype register SUNW.oracle_listener:5

 

 

    Command completed successfully.

 

 

   

Press Enter to continue: 

 

 

    What is the name of the resource you want to add?  ora_lsnr_srv

 

 

    Select the resource group you want to use for "ora_lsnr_srv":

 

 

           Group Name           Type       Description                  

           ==========           ====       ===========                  

 

 

        1) ora-rg               Failover   Its an Oracle database resours ...

 

 

    Option:  1

 

 

    Some resource types require that you set certain extension properties.

    if you require nondefault values for any extension properties of this

    resource, specify the values that you require. You must also specify

    values for any required extension properties for which no default is

    defined. Some properties accept different values for each node or zone

    that can master the resource. For information about the extension

    properties of the resource that you are adding, see the man page for

    the resource resource type.

 

 

    Please check the man page for your data service to learn more about

    extension properties associated with the resource that you are adding.

 

 

    This resource type does require that you set one or more extension

    properties.

 

 

    Select a property you would like to set:

 

 

           Property Name                  Default Setting    Desired Setting  

           =============                  ===============    ===============  

 

 

        1) ORACLE_HOME                    <Needs Setting>

        2) Listener_name                  LISTENER

        3) User_env                       <NULL>

        4) Probe_timeout                  180

 

 

        q) Done

 

 

    Option:  1

 

 

        Property name:         ORACLE_HOME

        Property description:  Oracle Home directory

        Property type:         string

        Property per-node:     FALSE

        Property value:        /u01/app/oracle/product/11203/db_1

 

 

    Select a property you would like to set:

 

 

           Property Name                  Default Setting    Desired Setting  

           =============                  ===============    ===============  

 

 

        1) ORACLE_HOME                                       /u01/app/oracle/pr

        2) Listener_name                  LISTENER

        3) User_env                       <NULL>

        4) Probe_timeout                  180

 

 

        q) Done

 

 

    Option:  2

 

 

        Property name:         Listener_name

        Property description:  Oracle listener name

        Property type:         string

        Property per-node:     FALSE

        Property value:        LISTENER

 

 

    Select a property you would like to set:

 

 

           Property Name                  Default Setting    Desired Setting  

           =============                  ===============    ===============  

 

 

        1) ORACLE_HOME                                       /u01/app/oracle/pr

        2) Listener_name                  LISTENER           LISTENER

        3) User_env                       <NULL>

        4) Probe_timeout                  180

 

 

        q) Done

 

 

    Option:  3

 

 

        Property name:         User_env

        Property description:  File containing environment variables to be set before listener startup/shutdown

        Property type:         string

        Property per-node:     FALSE

        Property value:       

 

 

    Select a property you would like to set:

 

 

           Property Name                  Default Setting    Desired Setting  

           =============                  ===============    ===============  

 

 

        1) ORACLE_HOME                                       /u01/app/oracle/pr

        2) Listener_name                  LISTENER           LISTENER

        3) User_env                       <NULL>

        4) Probe_timeout                  180

 

 

        q) Done

 

 

    Option:  q

 

 

    Are you done setting properties (yes/no) [yes]? 

 

 

 

 

    Here is the list of extension properties you want to set: 

 

 

  ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle/product/11203/db_1

  Listener_name=LISTENER

 

 

    Is it correct (yes/no) [yes]? 

 

 

    Is it okay to proceed with the update (yes/no) [yes]? 

 

 

/usr/cluster/bin/clresource create -d -g ora-rg -t SUNW.oracle_listener:5  -p ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle/product/11203/db_1  -p Listener_name=LISTENER ora_lsnr_srv

/usr/cluster/bin/clresource set -p R_description="Failover data service resource for SUNW.oracle_listener:5" ora_lsnr_srv

 

 

    Commands completed successfully.

 

 

   

Press Enter to continue: 

 

 

    Do you want to enable this resource (yes/no) [yes]? 

 

 

    Is it okay to proceed with the update (yes/no) [yes]? 

 

 

/usr/cluster/bin/clresource enable ora_lsnr_srv

 

 

    Command completed successfully.

 

 

   

Press Enter to continue: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  *** Resource Group Menu ***

 

 

    Please select from one of the following options:

 

 

        1) Create a resource group

        2) Add a network resource to a resource group

        3) Add a data service resource to a resource group

        4) Resource type registration

        5) Online/Offline or Switchover a resource group

        6) Suspend/Resume recovery for a resource group

        7) Enable/Disable a resource

        8) Change properties of a resource group

        9) Change properties of a resource

       10) Remove a resource from a resource group

       11) Remove a resource group

       12) Clear the stop_failed error flag from a resource

 

 

        ?) Help

        s) Show current status

        q) Return to the main menu

 

 

   Option:  q

 

 

  *** Main Menu ***

 

 

    Please select from one of the following options:

 

 

        1) Quorum

        2) Resource groups

        3) Data Services

        4) Cluster interconnect

        5) Device groups and volumes

        6) Private hostnames

        7) New nodes

        8) Zone Cluster

        9) Other cluster tasks

 

 

        ?) Help with menu options

        q) Quit

 

 

    Option:  q

 

 

root@node1:~#

root@node1:~# clsetup

 

 

  *** Main Menu ***

 

 

    Please select from one of the following options:

 

 

        1) Quorum

        2) Resource groups

        3) Data Services

        4) Cluster interconnect

        5) Device groups and volumes

        6) Private hostnames

        7) New nodes

        8) Zone Cluster

        9) Other cluster tasks

 

 

        ?) Help with menu options

        q) Quit

 

 

    Option:  2

 

 

  *** Resource Group Menu ***

 

 

    Please select from one of the following options:

 

 

        1) Create a resource group

        2) Add a network resource to a resource group

        3) Add a data service resource to a resource group

        4) Resource type registration

        5) Online/Offline or Switchover a resource group

        6) Suspend/Resume recovery for a resource group

        7) Enable/Disable a resource

        8) Change properties of a resource group

        9) Change properties of a resource

       10) Remove a resource from a resource group

       11) Remove a resource group

       12) Clear the stop_failed error flag from a resource

 

 

        ?) Help

        s) Show current status

        q) Return to the main menu

 

 

    Option:  3

 

 

  >>> Add a Data Service Resource to a Resource Group <<<

 

 

    This option allows you to add a data service resource to a resource

    group. If the resource type for the data service is not yet registered

    with the cluster, you will have the opportunity to register that type.

 

 

    Is it okay to continue (yes/no) [yes]? 

 

 

 

 

    Select the type of resource you want to add:

 

 

           Res Name             Description                               

           ========             ===========                               

 

 

        1) SUNW.asm_diskgroup   Data service for Oracle ASM diskgroup

        2) SUNW.crs_framework:3 Oracle Solaris Cluster framework for Oracle ...

        3) SUNW.derby           Oracle Solaris Cluster Agent for Derby serv ...

        4) SUNW.Event           HA Event server for Oracle Solaris Cluster

        5) SUNW.gds:6           Generic Data Service for Oracle Solaris Clu ...

        6) SUNW.HAStoragePlus:10 HA Storage Plus

        7) SUNW.oracle_listener:5 Resource type for Oracle Listener

        8) SUNW.oracle_rac_server:5 Resource type for Oracle RAC Server

        9) SUNW.oracle_server:8 Resource type for Oracle Server

       10) SUNW.Proxy_SMF_failover Resource type for proxying failover SMF ser ...

 

 

        n) Next >

 

 

    Option:  7

 

 

    The type of resource you selected is not yet registered. Each resource

    type must be registered with the cluster before any resources of the

    selected type can be added to a resource group.

 

 

    Registration of a resource type updates the cluster-wide configuration

    with the resource type properties found in default rt_reg files (see

    rt_reg(4)) on this node. It is important that the same resource type

    or data service software has been installed on each node in the

    cluster prior to registration.

 

 

    Is the software for this service installed on each node (yes/no) [yes]? 

 

 

    Is it okay to register this resource type now (yes/no) [yes]? 

 

 

/usr/cluster/bin/clresourcetype register SUNW.oracle_listener:5

 

 

    Command completed successfully.

 

 

   

Press Enter to continue: 

 

 

    What is the name of the resource you want to add?  ora_lsnr_srv

 

 

    Select the resource group you want to use for "ora_lsnr_srv":

 

 

           Group Name           Type       Description                  

           ==========           ====       ===========                  

 

 

        1) ora-rg               Failover   Its an Oracle database resours ...

 

 

    Option:  1

 

 

    Some resource types require that you set certain extension properties.

    if you require nondefault values for any extension properties of this

    resource, specify the values that you require. You must also specify

    values for any required extension properties for which no default is

    defined. Some properties accept different values for each node or zone

    that can master the resource. For information about the extension

    properties of the resource that you are adding, see the man page for

    the resource resource type.

 

 

    Please check the man page for your data service to learn more about

    extension properties associated with the resource that you are adding.

 

 

    This resource type does require that you set one or more extension

    properties.

 

 

    Select a property you would like to set:

 

 

           Property Name                  Default Setting    Desired Setting  

           =============                  ===============    ===============  

 

 

        1) ORACLE_HOME                    <Needs Setting>

        2) Listener_name                  LISTENER

        3) User_env                       <NULL>

        4) Probe_timeout                  180

 

 

        q) Done

 

 

    Option:  1

 

 

        Property name:         ORACLE_HOME

        Property description:  Oracle Home directory

        Property type:         string

        Property per-node:     FALSE

        Property value:        /u01/app/oracle/product/11203/db_1

 

 

    Select a property you would like to set:

 

 

           Property Name                  Default Setting    Desired Setting  

           =============                  ===============    ===============  

 

 

        1) ORACLE_HOME                                       /u01/app/oracle/pr

        2) Listener_name                  LISTENER

        3) User_env                       <NULL>

        4) Probe_timeout                  180

 

 

        q) Done

 

 

    Option:  2

 

 

        Property name:         Listener_name

        Property description:  Oracle listener name

        Property type:         string

        Property per-node:     FALSE

        Property value:        LISTENER

 

 

    Select a property you would like to set:

 

 

           Property Name                  Default Setting    Desired Setting  

           =============                  ===============    ===============  

 

 

        1) ORACLE_HOME                                       /u01/app/oracle/pr

        2) Listener_name                  LISTENER           LISTENER

        3) User_env                       <NULL>

        4) Probe_timeout                  180

 

 

        q) Done

 

 

    Option:  3

 

 

        Property name:         User_env

        Property description:  File containing environment variables to be set before listener startup/shutdown

        Property type:         string

        Property per-node:     FALSE

        Property value:       

 

 

    Select a property you would like to set:

 

 

           Property Name                  Default Setting    Desired Setting  

           =============                  ===============    ===============  

 

 

        1) ORACLE_HOME                                       /u01/app/oracle/pr

        2) Listener_name                  LISTENER           LISTENER

        3) User_env                       <NULL>

        4) Probe_timeout                  180

 

 

        q) Done

 

 

    Option:  q

 

 

    Are you done setting properties (yes/no) [yes]? 

 

 

 

 

    Here is the list of extension properties you want to set: 

 

 

  ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle/product/11203/db_1

  Listener_name=LISTENER

 

 

    Is it correct (yes/no) [yes]? 

 

 

    Is it okay to proceed with the update (yes/no) [yes]? 

 

 

/usr/cluster/bin/clresource create -d -g ora-rg -t SUNW.oracle_listener:5  -p ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle/product/11203/db_1  -p Listener_name=LISTENER ora_lsnr_srv

/usr/cluster/bin/clresource set -p R_description="Failover data service resource for SUNW.oracle_listener:5" ora_lsnr_srv

 

 

    Commands completed successfully.

 

 

   

Press Enter to continue: 

 

 

    Do you want to enable this resource (yes/no) [yes]? 

 

 

    Is it okay to proceed with the update (yes/no) [yes]? 

 

 

/usr/cluster/bin/clresource enable ora_lsnr_srv

 

 

    Command completed successfully.

 

 

   

Press Enter to continue: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  *** Resource Group Menu ***

 

 

    Please select from one of the following options:

 

 

        1) Create a resource group

        2) Add a network resource to a resource group

        3) Add a data service resource to a resource group

        4) Resource type registration

        5) Online/Offline or Switchover a resource group

        6) Suspend/Resume recovery for a resource group

        7) Enable/Disable a resource

        8) Change properties of a resource group

        9) Change properties of a resource

       10) Remove a resource from a resource group

       11) Remove a resource group

       12) Clear the stop_failed error flag from a resource

 

 

        ?) Help

        s) Show current status

        q) Return to the main menu

 

 

   Option:  q

 

 

  *** Main Menu ***

 

 

    Please select from one of the following options:

 

 

        1) Quorum

        2) Resource groups

        3) Data Services

        4) Cluster interconnect

        5) Device groups and volumes

        6) Private hostnames

        7) New nodes

        8) Zone Cluster

        9) Other cluster tasks

 

 

        ?) Help with menu options

        q) Quit

 

 

    Option:  q

 

 

root@node1:~#

==========================

root@node2:~# clrs status

 

 

=== Cluster Resources ===

 

 

Resource Name       Node Name      State        Status Message

-------------       ---------      -----        --------------

ora_lsnr_srv        node1          Offline      Offline

                         node2          Online       Online

 

 

zfs-rs                   node1          Offline      Offline

                         node2          Online       Online

 

 

db-prod             node1          Offline      Offline - LogicalHostname offline.

                    node2          Online       Online - LogicalHostname online.

 

==========================

  • 1. Re: adding listener in clsetup
    Anil Pinto Newbie
    Currently Being Moderated

    ADDING oracle database resource to  clsetup

    =================================

      *** Resource Group Menu ***

     

     

        Please select from one of the following options:

     

     

            1) Create a resource group

            2) Add a network resource to a resource group

            3) Add a data service resource to a resource group

            4) Resource type registration

            5) Online/Offline or Switchover a resource group

            6) Suspend/Resume recovery for a resource group

            7) Enable/Disable a resource

            8) Change properties of a resource group

            9) Change properties of a resource

           10) Remove a resource from a resource group

           11) Remove a resource group

           12) Clear the stop_failed error flag from a resource

     

     

            ?) Help

            s) Show current status

            q) Return to the main menu

     

     

        Option:  3

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

      >>> Add a Data Service Resource to a Resource Group <<<

     

     

        This option allows you to add a data service resource to a resource

        group. If the resource type for the data service is not yet registered

        with the cluster, you will have the opportunity to register that type.

     

     

        Is it okay to continue (yes/no) [yes]? 

     

     

     

     

        Select the type of resource you want to add:

     

     

               Res Name             Description                               

               ========             ===========                               

     

     

            1) SUNW.asm_diskgroup   Data service for Oracle ASM diskgroup

            2) SUNW.crs_framework:3 Oracle Solaris Cluster framework for Oracle ...

            3) SUNW.derby           Oracle Solaris Cluster Agent for Derby serv ...

            4) SUNW.Event           HA Event server for Oracle Solaris Cluster

            5) SUNW.gds:6           Generic Data Service for Oracle Solaris Clu ...

            6) SUNW.HAStoragePlus:10 HA Storage Plus

            7) SUNW.oracle_listener:5 Resource type for Oracle Listener

            8) SUNW.oracle_rac_server:5 Resource type for Oracle RAC Server

            9) SUNW.oracle_server:8 Resource type for Oracle Server

           10) SUNW.Proxy_SMF_failover Resource type for proxying failover SMF ser ...

     

     

            n) Next >

     

     

        Option:  9

     

     

        What is the name of the resource you want to add?  ora_db_srv

     

     

        Select the resource group you want to use for "ora_db_srv":

     

     

               Group Name           Type       Description                  

               ==========           ====       ===========                  

     

     

            1) ora-rg               Failover   Its an Oracle database resours ...

     

     

        Option:  1

     

     

        Some resource types require that you set certain extension properties.

        if you require nondefault values for any extension properties of this

        resource, specify the values that you require. You must also specify

        values for any required extension properties for which no default is

        defined. Some properties accept different values for each node or zone

        that can master the resource. For information about the extension

        properties of the resource that you are adding, see the man page for

        the resource resource type.

     

     

        Please check the man page for your data service to learn more about

        extension properties associated with the resource that you are adding.

     

     

        This resource type does require that you set one or more extension

        properties.

     

     

        Select a property you would like to set:

     

     

               Property Name                  Default Setting    Desired Setting  

               =============                  ===============    ===============  

     

     

            1) ORACLE_SID                     <Needs Setting>

            2) ORACLE_HOME                    <Needs Setting>

            3) Alert_log_file                 <Needs Setting>

            4) Parameter_file                 <NULL>

            5) Connect_string                 <Needs Setting>

            6) Connect_cycle                  5

            7) Probe_timeout                  300

            8) Debug_level                    1

            9) Wait_for_online                True

           10) User_env                       <NULL>

     

     

            n) Next >

            q) Done

     

     

        Option:  1

     

     

            Property name:         ORACLE_SID

            Property description:  Oracle System Identifier (SID)

            Property type:         string

            Property per-node:     FALSE

            Property value:        orcl

     

     

        Select a property you would like to set:

     

     

               Property Name                  Default Setting    Desired Setting  

               =============                  ===============    ===============  

     

     

            1) ORACLE_SID                                        orcl

            2) ORACLE_HOME                    <Needs Setting>

            3) Alert_log_file                 <Needs Setting>

            4) Parameter_file                 <NULL>

            5) Connect_string                 <Needs Setting>

            6) Connect_cycle                  5

            7) Probe_timeout                  300

            8) Debug_level                    1

            9) Wait_for_online                True

           10) User_env                       <NULL>

     

     

            n) Next >

            q) Done

     

     

        Option:  2

     

     

            Property name:         ORACLE_HOME

            Property description:  Oracle Home directory

            Property type:         string

            Property per-node:     FALSE

            Property value:        /u01/app/oracle/product/11203/db_1

     

     

        Select a property you would like to set:

     

     

               Property Name                  Default Setting    Desired Setting  

               =============                  ===============    ===============  

     

     

            1) ORACLE_SID                                        orcl

            2) ORACLE_HOME                                       /u01/app/oracle/pr

            3) Alert_log_file                 <Needs Setting>

            4) Parameter_file                 <NULL>

            5) Connect_string                 <Needs Setting>

            6) Connect_cycle                  5

            7) Probe_timeout                  300

            8) Debug_level                    1

            9) Wait_for_online                True

           10) User_env                       <NULL>

     

     

            n) Next >

            q) Done

     

     

        Option:  3

     

     

            Property name:         Alert_log_file

            Property description:  Oracle alert log file

            Property type:         string

            Property per-node:     FALSE

            Property value:        /u01/app/oracle/diag/rdbms/orcl/orcl/trace/alert_orcl.log

     

     

        Select a property you would like to set:

     

     

               Property Name                  Default Setting    Desired Setting  

               =============                  ===============    ===============  

     

     

            1) ORACLE_SID                                        orcl

            2) ORACLE_HOME                                       /u01/app/oracle/pr

            3) Alert_log_file                                    /u01/app/oracle/di

            4) Parameter_file                 <NULL>

            5) Connect_string                 <Needs Setting>

            6) Connect_cycle                  5

            7) Probe_timeout                  300

            8) Debug_level                    1

            9) Wait_for_online                True

           10) User_env                       <NULL>

     

     

            n) Next >

            q) Done

     

     

        Option:  4

     

     

            Property name:         Parameter_file

            Property description:  Oracle parameter file. If not specified then Oracle's default will be used.

            Property type:         string

            Property per-node:     FALSE

            Property value:        /u01/app/oracle/product/11203/db_1/dbs/initorcl.ora

     

     

        Select a property you would like to set:

     

     

               Property Name                  Default Setting    Desired Setting  

               =============                  ===============    ===============  

     

     

            1) ORACLE_SID                                        orcl

            2) ORACLE_HOME                                       /u01/app/oracle/pr

            3) Alert_log_file                                    /u01/app/oracle/di

            4) Parameter_file                 <NULL>             /u01/app/oracle/pr

            5) Connect_string                 <Needs Setting>

            6) Connect_cycle                  5

            7) Probe_timeout                  300

            8) Debug_level                    1

            9) Wait_for_online                True

           10) User_env                       <NULL>

     

     

            n) Next >

            q) Done

     

     

        Option:  5

     

     

            Property name:         Connect_string

            Property description:  Oracle user and password. Used by fault monitor to connect to database

            Property type:         string

            Property per-node:     FALSE

            Property value:        hamon/hamon@orcl

     

     

        Select a property you would like to set:

     

     

               Property Name                  Default Setting    Desired Setting  

               =============                  ===============    ===============  

     

     

            1) ORACLE_SID                                        orcl

            2) ORACLE_HOME                                       /u01/app/oracle/pr

            3) Alert_log_file                                    /u01/app/oracle/di

            4) Parameter_file                 <NULL>             /u01/app/oracle/pr

            5) Connect_string                                    hamon/hamon@orcl

            6) Connect_cycle                  5

            7) Probe_timeout                  300

            8) Debug_level                    1

            9) Wait_for_online                True

           10) User_env                       <NULL>

     

     

            n) Next >

            q) Done

     

     

        Option:  q

     

     

        Are you done setting properties (yes/no) [yes]? 

     

     

     

     

        Here is the list of extension properties you want to set: 

     

     

      ORACLE_SID=orcl

      ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle/product/11203/db_1

      Alert_log_file=/u01/app/oracle/diag/rdbms/orcl/orcl/trace/alert_orcl.log

      Parameter_file=/u01/app/oracle/product/11203/db_1/dbs/initorcl.ora

      Connect_string=hamon/hamon@orcl

     

     

        Is it correct (yes/no) [yes]? 

     

     

        Is it okay to proceed with the update (yes/no) [yes]? 

     

     

    /usr/cluster/bin/clresource create -d -g ora-rg -t SUNW.oracle_server:8  -p ORACLE_SID=orcl  -p ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle/product/11203/db_1  -p Alert_log_file=/u01/app/oracle/diag/rdbms/orcl/orcl/trace/alert_orcl.log  -p Parameter_file=/u01/app/oracle/product/11203/db_1/dbs/initorcl.ora  -p Connect_string=hamon/hamon@orcl ora_db_srv

    /usr/cluster/bin/clresource set -p R_description="Failover data service resource for SUNW.oracle_server:8" ora_db_srv

     

     

        Commands completed successfully.

     

     

       

    Press Enter to continue: 

     

     

        Do you want to enable this resource (yes/no) [yes]?  yes

     

     

        Is it okay to proceed with the update (yes/no) [yes]? 

     

     

    /usr/cluster/bin/clresource enable ora_db_srv

     

     

        Command completed successfully.

     

     

       

    Press Enter to continue: 

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