Mt Xia: Technical Consulting Group

Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery / High Availability
Data Center Automation / Audit Response / Audit Compliance

Slide List

0: High Availability
1: Introduction
2: Scope
3: Concepts
4: SPOFs
5: Resource Groups
6: Resource Group Failover
7: Disk Access
8: Hot-standby configuratio
9: Mutual takeove
10: Third party takeover
11: Third party takeover
12: Dual Networks
13: Network Adapter Labels
14: Synchronization
15: Cluster Topology
16: Configured Clusters
17: NFS
18: Cascading
19: Cascading
20: Cascading
21: Rotating
22: Concurrent
23: Concurrent
24: Concurrent
25: HACMP Policies
26: HACMP Guidelines
27: HACMP Standards
28: HACMP Procedures

HACMP Introduction

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HACMP - Third party takeover

  • The goal of IP Address Takeover is to make the server's service address highly available and to give the clients the possibility of always connecting to the same IP address

    • Design the network topology.
    • Define a network mask.
    • Define IP addresses (adapter identifiers) for each node's service and standby adapters.
    • Define a boot address for each service adapter that can be taken over, if you are using IP address takeover or rotating resources.
    • Define an alternate hardware address for each service adapter that can have its IP address taken over, if you are using hardware address swapping.

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