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Ovclusterinfo command by Dusan Baljevic

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HP OV ovclusterinfo command for cluster checks

HP OV ovclusterinfo command for cluster checks

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  • 1. Dusan Baljevic dusan.baljevic@ieee.org A rarely-known and used command from HP’s OV toolkit that can check for variety types of clusters. # /opt/OV/bin/ovclusterinfo -a Display the type of cluster which is installed. Possible values are: - Microsoft Clustering Services (Windows), - MC/ServiceGuard (HP-UX), - VERITAS Cluster Server (Solaris), - Sun Cluster (Solaris), - TRU64 Cluster (TCR), - Red Hat Advanced Server (RHAS), - HACMP (AIX), - Unknown (I am not sure what HP means by this!). An example for Serviceguard cluster on HP-UX server: #Cluster type MC/ServiceGuard (MC/SG) name hpvmcluster status Up nodescusthost1custhost2 groupscusthost3 hpvmvgshared #Node custhost1 state Online id 0 #Node custhost2 state Online id 1 #Group custhost3 state Online nodescusthost1custhost2 local state Offline virtual IP None active node custhost1 #Group hpvmvgshared state Online nodescusthost1custhost2 local state Online virtual IP None active node custhost2

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