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3 Replies Latest reply: Jul 10, 2012 5:21 AM by 807928 RSS

spliting a cluster

Nandinho Newbie
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Hi all

I am new to solaris clustering, and I need to split a two node cluster (3.1) into two standalone servers. I ´ve search the internet for documentation, I could only found cluster commands.

I can see from the commands that I runned, that

cluster device group is OFFLINE
quorum vote by device is OFFLINE
cluster resources group are OFFLINE
cluster resources are also OFFLINE
and one device instance is also OFFLINE

Please can you guide me on how to achieve this?


FR
  • 1. Re: spliting a cluster
    807928 Journeyer
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    I assume you mean that you want two standalone nodes that don't have Solaris Cluster installed? If so, you need to uninstall Solaris Cluster. The procedure is documented here:

    http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19050-01/sun.cluster31/817-6543/chapinstall-5317/index.html

    Tim
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  • 2. Re: spliting a cluster
    Nandinho Newbie
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    Hi


    Thanks for the reply. Yes I want to have two nodes as opposed of a two node cluster that I have now, but the link that you sent mentioned the following:

    -How to uninstall Sun Clustr Software to correct installation problems
    -How to uninstall the SUNWscrdt Package
    -How to unload the RSMRDT driver manually


    So which one shall I take? Or should I do the 3 steps in that order?

    FR
  • 3. Re: spliting a cluster
    807928 Journeyer
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    You just need the top one.

    http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19050-01/sun.cluster31/817-6543/6mlu3j9gu/index.html

    down to the scinstall -r

    Check the manual page for scinstall and it should provide details of the uninstall option (-r).

    Tim
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