0: High Availability
5: Resource Groups
6: Resource Group Failover
7: Disk Access
8: Hot-standby configuration
9: Mutual takeover
10: Third party takeover
11: Third party takeover
12: Dual Networks
13: Network Adapter Labels
15: Cluster Topology
16: Configured Clusters
25: HACMP Policies
26: HACMP Guidelines
27: HACMP Standards
28: HACMP Procedures
HACMP - Resource Groups
Resource Groups are a set of cluster resources handled as one unit
by HACMP, configured by the HACMP administrator.
Attributes of a Resource Group
Startup, fallover and fallback policies.
Settling time and the distribution policy.p
Delayed fallback timer that affects fallback.
Resource groups can be concurrent and non-concurrent.
Resource Groups are used to coordinate the failover of:
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