Configuring AIX Clusters for High Availability

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Configuring AIX Clusters for High Availability

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    FAQs Is this your first visit High Availability Using White papers to Techdocs (the List by product Technical Sales PowerHA SystemMirror for List by date Library)? List by doc ID Learn more Systems Director Doc: WP101774

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    Enter a search string: Auxiliary Material Document Author: Document ID: Rajesh K WP101774 Search Techdocs Additional Author(s): Jeyapaul Techdocs feedback Sujeet Pai, Dherendra Singh Related links Doc. Organization: Redbook Systems publications and

    IBM Software Technology Support Handbook Group Document Revised: 10/12/2010 Product(s) covered: IBM Systems Director

    Abstract: Cluster configuration using Director plug-in:

    Configuring applications to be highly available requires a great deal

    of knowledge about the application, and PowerHA SystemMirror

    plug-in itself. As a result, creating a successful configuration can be

    challenging for novices. This white paper describes how the

    PowerHA SystemMirror Director plug-in can be installed, and how

    a cluster can be configured and managed using both the GUI and

    CLI. Examples and screenshots are provided at each step. This

    white paper should serve as a quick reference for anyone who

    would like to configure a cluster.

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     AIX System Director, system Mirror, O/S: Keywords: PowerHA, cluster management, resource group management, plug-in configuration

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