Re: [zones-discuss] Solaris 8 Container with Sun Cluster

2008-04-18 Thread Thorsten Frueauf
Hi Martin et al, no, since parts of Solaris Cluster are implemented in the kernel you can not run the Solaris 8 cluster framework within a zone of brand type solaris8. So the cluster API is not available within a solaris8 branded zone. RGM will not recognize branded zones as potential resource

Re: [zones-discuss] Solaris 8 Container with Sun Cluster

2008-04-18 Thread Ihsan Zaghmouth
YES According to the latest release notes from Solaris Cluster 02/08 Check the following link http://wikis.sun.com/display/SunCluster/Sun+Cluster+3.2+2-08+Release+Notes#SunCluster3.22-08ReleaseNotes-GCVSS New Features and Functionality This section describes each of the following new

[zones-discuss] Best practice for patching with failover zones

2008-04-18 Thread Jay Morgan
Scenario (simplified): - 2 node cluster (nodes A and B) using Veritas Application Director (Similar to Veritas Cluster Server in functionality) - Each node is running Solaris 10 11/06 (update 3) with identical patches (recommended patches from around 7/07 or so) - There are two non-global

Re: [zones-discuss] Best practice for patching with failover zones

2008-04-18 Thread Mike Gerdts
On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 2:27 PM, Jay Morgan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Scenario (simplified): - 2 node cluster (nodes A and B) using Veritas Application Director (Similar to Veritas Cluster Server in functionality) - Each node is running Solaris 10 11/06 (update 3) with identical patches

Re: [zones-discuss] The quick dirty guide to zones on iSCSI LUNs

2008-04-18 Thread Christine Tran
Follow up on this previous item: On deck: zone detach and attach, upgrade on attach. To be able to do the above requires that there be some kind of preservation of the data on top of iscsi targets. I tried putting iscsi targets into metasets which could be taken and released. Does not