Adding New File System to the existing HACMP cluster

Adding New File System to the existing HACMP cluster

In HACMP 6.1 we can dynamically Add new shared file system without down the HA Cluster & Resource group.  Note : 1. Volume Group should be shareable and enhanced concurrent capable. 2. Both the nodes having the same major number shareable volume group for HA Cluster Resource group configuration. 3. No need to down the resource group and HA cluster services. 4. Volume group must be have enough free space for File System creation. HA 6.1 Cluster Setup: We have two node HA cluster configuration. One node is node1 it…

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tcpdump: BIOCSETIF: en0: Do not specify an existing file

tcpdump BIOCSETIF en0 Do not specify an existing file

  When i try to capture aix server network packats from Ethernet interface i got the Do not specify an existing file error message. Error Message : bash-4.2# tcpdump -i en0 dst 192.168.2.100 tcpdump: BIOCSETIF: en0: Do not specify an existing file Problem Identification : Previously i run iptrace utility for capture the network packets, but it’s still running on background. That’s why i got the this kind of error. Solution : Need to check iptrace utility process status. bash-4.2# ps -ef | grep -i iptrace if it is running…

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NFS 1831-008 A file or directory in the path name does not exist

NFS 1831-008 A file or directory in the path name does not exist

In Aix operating system i am going to mount NFS server on my client side but its throwing error. Error code : mount: 1831-008 giving up on: mount: A file or directory in the path name does not exist. Problem identification: Currently i logged in NFS client i trying to mount NFS server remotely. but i got the below mentioned errors. bash-4.2# mount 192.168.1.100:/BACKUP /DUMP mount: 1831-008 giving up on: 192.168.1.100:/BACKUP mount: A file or directory in the path name does not exist. NFS Server not mounted on client machine. bash-4.2#…

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HACMP 6.1 Configuration Prerequisites

HACMP 6.1 Configuration Prerequisites

When ever we are going to configure IBM Power HACMP 6.1 first we need make readiness below mentioned resource details. Simple Definitions for HACMP Address Persistent IP’s: Persistent IP’s is nothing but administrator address. It’s only used for administrator purpose for Aix operating installation/ software installation and HACMP configurations etc. It is did n’t make any major changes on HACMP cluster. it is just like one IP Address we need put entry on /etc/hosts file and define into the Power HA Configuration. Boot IP Address: It is HACMP Cluster Intercommunication…

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X11 Forwarding using Putty on Windows

X11 Forwarding using Putty on Windows

X11 Forwarding using SSH on windows putty software We are going to watch how to configure X11 Forwarding using Putty on Windows. i have red hat linux server and i  connected my laptop using LAN network. using X11 protocol we could access redhat server applications like web browsers, test applications and etc graphically from normal desktop. It is very easy to access the redhat linux or any of the linux or unix platform applications. need ssh protocol service must be running and on that sshd-config file #/etc/ssh/sshd_config uncomment X11 Forwarding…

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How to Configure yum Repository in Linux

How to Configure yum Local Repository in Linux

            Welcome to everyone today we are going to configure yum local repository in red-hat Linux. The main purpose it is used  to install the dependency software’s automatically at the time of yum installations. First off all we need to install red-hat repository supported rpm Packages for yum repository configuration. Insert red-hat operating system DVD. then go to Rpm Packages directory. [root]# cd /media/RHEL_6.0\ i386\ Disc\ 1/Packages/ We have to install & verify the required Rpm Packages. [root]# rpm -ivh deltarpm-3.5-0.5.20090913git.el6.i686.rpm [root]# rpm -ivh python-deltarpm-3.5-0.5.20090913git.el6.i686.rpm…

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