On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 8:25 PM, Shawn Joy <shawn....@bulletproofsi.com> wrote:
> Yes, I am running Solaris 10 and only the application data is on the SAN.
> I had seen this link previously. I understand this is explains moving the zfs
> root info. For the application data should I be doing the following.
> While Zone is on the original host.
> 1.) shut down the app and database and ensure they will not start on boot.
> 2.) unmount the UFS mount points.
> 3.) comment out the UFS entries in the zone vfstab.
> 4.) do the zone detach
> On the new host.
> 4.) reconfigure the SAN to ensure the new host can see the UFS SAN mount
> 5.) do the zone attach.
> 6.) boot the zone
> 7.) test mounting the UFS SAN devices
> 8.) correct the zone vfstab entries to ensure it contains the correct entries.
> 9.) halt the zone
> 10.) boot the zone to ensure the UFS SAN devices are mounted correctly at
> boot time.
> 11.) start the database and App.
That sounds about right. Of course, backups are always a good thing
to have just in case things go wrong for some reason.
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