Adding a deployment manager resource to sun cluster

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Adding a Deployment Manager resource to Sun Cluster Using the scsetup GUI and scrgadm command, add a Deployment Manager resource to Sun Cluster by following these steps: 1. On SHost01, run the scsetup GUI: /usr/cluster/bin/scsetup 2. On the Main Menu, select 2) Resource groups . 3. On the Resource Group Menu, select 3) Add a data service resource to a resource group . 4. On the Add a Data Service Resource to a Resource Group panel, enter yes to when asked if it is OK to continue. The following steps, 5 to 22 on page 496, are all performed on this panel. 5. Enter the existing resource group for the question when prompted for a new resource. To find the name of existing resource groups, run the scstat command in another window. Look for the Resource Groups and Resources section and the Group Name column. Sample output for our scenario is shown in Example 13-2. Example 13-2 Existing resource groups and resources -- Resource Groups and Resources -- Group Name Resources ---------- --------- Resources: db2_db2inst1_0-rg suncluster db2_db2inst1_0-rs Resources: cluster1TM - Resources: cluster2TM - Here we find our Resource group called db2_db2inst1_0-rg.
Chapter 13. WebSphere and Sun Cluster 495 6. Select IBM.WAS WAS server for Sun Cluster as the type of resource you want to add. This is the resource type that you created in “Creating a Deployment Manager package” on page 493. 7. Still on the same panel, answer yes when prompted whether the software for this service is installed on each node. 8. Answer yes when prompted to register this resource type now. The panel generates and runs the following command to add the resource type: scrgadm -a -t IBM.WAS 9. Press Enter to continue. 10.Enter a name for the resource. Our resource name is dmgr-rs. 11.When you see the section shown in Example 13-3, enter yes to override the default setting. Example 13-3 Adding a Deployment Manager port for monitoring This data service uses the "Port_list" property. The default "Port_list" for this data service is as follows: <NULL> Please check the documentation for this resource type for more information on how the list should be set for this resource. Do you want to override the default (yes/no) [no]? 12.Fill in a Deployment Manager port. The probe monitoring system from Sun Cluster tries to connect to this port to determine whether the Deployment Manager is running. We use the Deployment Manager’s SOAP port. To find the Deployment Manager’s SOAP port, open the WebSphere Administrative Console. Click System administration Deployment manager Ports . Open SOAP_CONNECTOR_ADDRESS . The SOAP port number for our Deployment Manager is 8879, thus, for Port number (Ctrl+D to finish), enter 8879 . 13.Enter yes to the question whether this is a TCP port. 14.Press Ctrl+D to stop entering ports. 15.The panel now confirms the TCP port just entered, answer yes if it is correct.

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