2010/6/30 Matthias Pfützner <matth...@pfuetzner.de>
> I assume, it has something to do with the below error messages regarding
> rpool. But, sadly, I'm not sure...
> Which is OK, but for learning purposes might be a bit to lightwight... A
> two-node cluster is better...
> Ok. But what I really want to do is something which can be done using
single node cluster only.So I can just now do that with single node cluster
and then try two-node cluster.
> No, that's OK!
> > No actually i just created two zfs filesystems on rpool as I have told
> > earlier.
> > Is it wrong ?
> I assume so, yes... As the thing, that can be moved are the POOLS, not the
> Filesystems. Therefore, you would have needed a new pool, which can be
> from system to system... you can't MOVE the rpool, as that's needed for the
> basic underlying OS... ;-)
> Ok. Actually I could not get much after reading about pools so I tried the
Ok. I will try doing something else for it. Also one more thing I will tell
you is that I have not created a separate "/globaldevices" as it was written
in the manual.
so scinstall asked me to use lofi device (I don't know what it means) and I
accepted that option. Could it be a problem ?
> > I think I can reinstall opensolaris only and install OHAC on it again but
> > have reinstalled this for the second time only. :(
> I guess, you would NOT need to re-install, but to just DECONFIGURE all the
> resources, storage et.al. that you did in the cluster config.
> Ok. I will do that once I figure out everything correctly because I don't
want to commit this mistake again. :(
> > Actually in the manual it was suggested to create a mirror zpool of the
> > filesystem and then install zfs on it or create a pool on file but I
> > I could use the original rpool only.
> For testing, you don't need the mirror.
> Yes, as stated above, the "thing" that will be "failed-over" is the
> POOL. Therefore you need a pool. And you simply can't use the rpool...
> Ok. Could you suggest me how do I do that ? Or I will be consult manual
zpool create -m mountpoint pool mirror /dev/rdsk/cNtXdY \
this is the command given in the manual could you suggest me what shoud I
give in place of cNtXdY
and I have virtual hard disk named c7d0
> > Is this the reason for all problems ?
> It might be!
> > But as far as I remember display is not working since I ran scinstall and
> > did this all zone work from the console only so I don't think this could
> > the reason.
> That's the strange thing... But, in order to be sure, when that really
> started, I would propose to really de-configure the actual cluster setup,
> staring all over again (not with INSTALL, only with configuring!)
> Yes that's the most confusing thing. Ok I try doing that only now.
Thank you very much for your help. :)
> > --
> > Thanks and Regards ,
> > Gaurav Saxena
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