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Sun Cluster 3.1 Command Line Cheat Sheet

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This page describes basic Sun Cluster 3.1 administration commands, including the following command line interface commands: scrgadm, scswitch, scconf, scstat, and scdpm.

scrgadm

Manage registration and unregistration of resource types, resource groups, and resources

Action Object Who What Hosts
-a (add) -g (group) -h (physical host) -x (extensionparam=value) -l (logical host)
-c (change) -j (resource) -f registration-file path -y (param=value)
-r (remove) -t (resource type)
-p[vv] (print)
v = state of resources
vv = parameter values
-L (for Logicalhostnames) -n netiflist
-S (for Shared Addresses) -n netiflist -X auxnodelist

Examples

Register a resource type named MyDatabase:

# scrgadm -a -t MyDatabase

Create a failover resource group named MyDatabaseRG:

# scrgadm -a -g MyDatabaseRG

Create a scalable resource group named MyWebServerRG:

# scrgadm -a -g MyWebServerRG
-y Maximum_primaries=integer
-y Desired_primaries=integer

Create a resource of a given type in a resource group:

# scrgadm -a -j resource-name -t resource-type-name -g RG-name

See the rg_properties(5) man page for a description of the resource group properties. See the r_properties(5) man page for a description of the resource properties.

scconf

Update the Sun Cluster software configuration

Action Object What
-a (add) -C (cluster option) cluster=clustername
-c (change) -A (adapter) add: trtype=type,name=name,node=node[,other-options] change name=name,node=node[,state=state][,other-options_remove name=_name,node=node
-r (remove) -B (transport junction) add: type=type,name=name[,other-options] change name=name[,state=state][,other-options] remove name=name
-p[vv] (print) -m (cable endpoint) add: endpoint=[node:]name[@port],endpoint=[node:]name[@port][,noenable] change: endpoint=[node:]name[@port],state=state remove: endpoint=[node:] name[@port]
-P (private net name) add: node=node[,privatehostname=node[,privatehostname=hostalias]
-q (quorum) add: globaldev=devicename[,node=node,node=node[,...]] change: node=node,{maintstate | reset]} change globaldev= devicename,{maintstate | reset} change:resetchange: installmoderemove: globaldev=devicename
-D (devicegroup) add: type=type,name=name[,nodelist=node [: node]...][,preferenced={true | false}][,failback={enabled | disabled}][,otheroptions ] change name=name [,nodelist=node[:node]...][,preferenced={true | false}][,failback={enabled | disabled}][,other-options ] removename=name [,nodelist=node[:node]...]
-T (authentication) add: node=nodename[,...][,authtype=authtype] change authtype=authtype remove {node=nodename [,...] | all} 
-h (nodes) add: node=nodename remove node=nodename or nodeID

Examples

Register a new disk group:

# scconf -a -D type=vxvm,name=new-disk-group,nodelist=nodex:nodex

Synchronize device group information after adding a volume:

# scconf -c -D name=diskgroup,sync

Add a shared quorum device to the cluster:

# scconf -a -q globaldev=nodename

Clear “installmode”:

# scconf -c -q reset

Configure a second set of cluster transport connections:

# scconf -a
-A trtype=transport,name=ifname1,node=nodename1
-A trtype=transport,name=ifname2,node=nodename2
-m endpoint=nodename1:ifname1,endpoint=nodename2:ifname2

Secure the cluster against other machines that might attempt to add themselves to the cluster:

# scconf -a -T node=.

scswitch

—– Perform ownership/state change of resource groups and disk device groups in Sun Cluster configurations —–

Action Object Who Special
-z (bring online) -g (resource group) -D (device group) -h (target host) -h "" (no receiver) takes resource group offline
-Z (bring everything online) -g (resource group) no -g brings all resource groups online
-F (take offline for all nodes) -g (resource group)-D (device group)
-S (switch all DG and RG) -h (losing host) -K # specifies the number of seconds to keep resource groups from switching back onto a node after that node has been successfully evacuated. Default is 60 seconds, and can be set up to 65535 seconds. Starting with Sun Cluster 3.1 Update 3.
-R (restart all RG) -h (target host)
-m (set maintenance mode) -D (device group)
-u (unmanage RG) -g (resource group) -M disables monitoring only
-o (online RG) -g (resource group) -M disables monitoring only
-e (enable resource) -j (resource)
-n (disable resource) -j (resource)
-c (clear flag STOP_FAILED) -j (resource) -f (flag name) -h (target host)
-Q (quiesce resource group (starting in Sun Cluster 3.1 update 3)) -g (resource group)

Examples

Switch over resource-grp-2 to be mastered by node1:

# scswitch -z -h node1 -g resource-grp-2

Switch over resource-grp-3, a resource group configured to have multiple primaries, to be mastered by node1, node2, node3:

# scswitch -z -h node1,node2,node3 -g resource-grp-3

Switch all managed resource groups online on their most preferred node or nodes:

# scswitch -z

Quiesce resource-grp-2. Stops RG from continuously bouncing around from one node to another in the event of the failure of a START or STOP method:

# scswitch -Q -g resource-group-2

Switch over all resource groups and disk device groups from node1 to a new set of primaries:

# scswitch -S -h node1

Restart some resource groups on specified nodes:

node1# scswitch -R -h node1,node2 -g resource-grp-1,resource-grp-2

Disable some resources:

# scswitch -n -j resource-1,resource-2

Enable a resource:

# scswitch -e -j resource-1

Take resource groups to the unmanaged state:

# scswitch -u -g resource-grp-1,resource-grp-2

Take resource groups to the online state:

# scswitch -o -g resource-grp-1,resource-grp-2

Switch over device-group-1 to be mastered by node2:

# scswitch -z -h node2 -D device-group-1

Put device-group-1 into maintenance mode:

# scswitch -m -D device-group-1

Move all resource groups and disk device groups persistently off of a node:

# scswitch -S -h iloveuamaya -K 120

This situation arises when resource groups attempt to switch back automatically when strong negative affinities have been configured (with RG_affinities).

scstat

Monitor the status of Sun Cluster

Action Options
-D (shows status for all disk groups)
-g (shows status for all resource groups) -h host (show status of all components related to specified host)
-i (shows status for all IPMP groups and public network adapters)
-n (shows status for all nodes)
-h host (shows status for the specified node)
-p (shows status for all components in the cluster) -v[v] verbose output
-q (shows status for all device quorums and node quorums)
-W (shows status for cluster transport path)

Examples

Show status of all resource groups followed by the status of all components related to node1:

# scstat -g -h node1

or:

# scstat -g

and

# scstat -h node1

scdpm

Available starting in Sun Cluster 3.1 update 3.

Disk-path monitoring administration command

Action What
-m (monitor the new disk path that is specified by node:disk path. All is default option) [node]
[node:all]
[node:/dev/dis/rdsk/d-]
-u (unmonitor a disk path. The daemon on each node stops monitoring the specified path. All is default option) [node]
[node:all]
[node:/dev/dis/rdsk/d-]
-p [-F] (print current status of a specified disk path from all the nodes that are attached to the storage. All is default option. The -F option prints only faulty disk paths) [node]
[node:all]
[node:/dev/dis/rdsk/d-]
-f filename (read the list of disk paths to monitor or unmonitor for a specified file name.)

Examples

Force daemon to monitor all disk paths in the cluster infrastructure:

# scdpm -m all

Monitor a new path on all nodes where path is valid:

# scdpm -m /dev/did/dsk/d3

Monitor new paths on just node1:

# scdpm -m node1:d4 -m node1:d5

Print all disk paths in the cluster and their status:

# scdpm -p all:all

Print all failed disk paths:

# scdpm -p -F all

Print the status of all disk paths from node1:

# scdpm -p node1:all

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