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Take the "reboot" out of boot disk recovery

Configuring Sun StorEdge A5000 and Solstice DiskSuiteĀ™, step by step

Mirroring, hot relocation, recovery, Unipak, and much more

Guide to High Availability: Configuring boot/root/swap focuses on the system disk, providing configuration and recovery details for all Sun Servers. This book provides a cookbook approach to ensuring system disk availability. In keeping with the goals of simplicity and flexibility, the end result is solutions that scale from the smallest to the largest configurations.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780130163066
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 8/24/1999
  • Series: Blueprint Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 103
  • Product dimensions: 7.03 (w) x 9.22 (h) x 0.39 (d)

Meet the Author


JEANNIE JOHNSTONE KOBERT is a member of the Enterprise Engineering staff at Sun Microsystems. She joined Sun in 1997, with over nine years of UNIX experience. Her previous work experience with Intelligent Storage controllers brings a datacenter approach to high availability, which is the core of this BluePrint.
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PREFACE:

Preface

The concept of high availability can be applied to all aspects of a computer system. This book applies that concept to the system disk, which includes boot, root, and swap, using a subset of the hardware and all the software solutions that Sun Microsystems? offers today. Although this book provides detailed examples, using specific pieces of hardware and software, the high-availability information can be extended to other parts of the computer product line. For example, this book specifically covers the Sun StorEdge? A5000 subsystem, Sun StorEdge UniPack and MultiPack external desktop storage systems, Sun Enterprise 4000 and 5000 servers, and the Sun Ultra? 2 workstation. However, the concepts in this book are applicable to the Sun Enterprise 3000 to 6000 server line, as well as the Sun Enterprise 250 and 450 servers (which make use of multiple internal disks), and all Sun StorEdge subsystems that fit the criteria of hot-swappability. These concepts are not applicable to subsystems whose sole feature is Raid 5 functionality. If a piece of equipment has the same characteristics as the systems in this book (for example hot-swappablility), you can apply to it the concepts discussed in this book.

Sun BluePrints Program

The mission of Sun BluePrints? Program is to empower Sun customers with the technical knowledge required to implement reliable, available, extensible, and secure information systems within the data center using Sun products. Sun BluePrints Program is managed by the Enterprise Engineering Group. This group provides a framework to identify, develop, and distribute best practices information that applies acrossthe Sun product line. Technical subject matter experts in various areas contribute to the program and focus on the scope and usefulness of the information.

The Enterprise Engineering Group is the primary provider of the technical content of Sun BluePrints Program that includes books, guides, and online articles. Through these vehicles, Sun can provide guidance, installation and implementation experiences, real-life scenarios, and late-breaking technical information.

The bimonthly electronic magazine, Sun BluePrints OnLine, is located on the Web at ...

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Table of Contents

1. Mirroring with the Sun StorEdge A5000 Subsystem and Solstice DiskSuite Software.
Hardware Configuration. Software Configuration. Creating Initial State Database Replicas. Detecting and Recovering from a Disk Failure.

2. Mirroring with the Sun StorEdge A5000 Subsystem and the Sun Enterprise Volume Manager Software.
Configuring the SEVM Software. Recovery. Adding Hot Relocation.

3. Sun StorEdge MultiPack or UniPack as a Solution.
Hardware Configuration. Software Configuration. Recovery. Upgrading the Solaris Operating Environment.

4. Alternative Boot Solutions.
Alternate Pathing and Sun Enterprise Volume Manager. Hardware Configuration. Software Configuration.

Appendix: Using the Command Line.
Setup. Recovery.

Index.
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Preface

PREFACE:

Preface

The concept of high availability can be applied to all aspects of a computer system. This book applies that concept to the system disk, which includes boot, root, and swap, using a subset of the hardware and all the software solutions that Sun Microsystems? offers today. Although this book provides detailed examples, using specific pieces of hardware and software, the high-availability information can be extended to other parts of the computer product line. For example, this book specifically covers the Sun StorEdge? A5000 subsystem, Sun StorEdge UniPack and MultiPack external desktop storage systems, Sun Enterprise 4000 and 5000 servers, and the Sun Ultra? 2 workstation. However, the concepts in this book are applicable to the Sun Enterprise 3000 to 6000 server line, as well as the Sun Enterprise 250 and 450 servers (which make use of multiple internal disks), and all Sun StorEdge subsystems that fit the criteria of hot-swappability. These concepts are not applicable to subsystems whose sole feature is Raid 5 functionality. If a piece of equipment has the same characteristics as the systems in this book (for example hot-swappablility), you can apply to it the concepts discussed in this book.

Sun BluePrints Program

The mission of Sun BluePrints? Program is to empower Sun customers with the technical knowledge required to implement reliable, available, extensible, and secure information systems within the data center using Sun products. Sun BluePrints Program is managed by the Enterprise Engineering Group. This group provides a framework to identify, develop, and distribute best practices information that appliesacrossthe Sun product line. Technical subject matter experts in various areas contribute to the program and focus on the scope and usefulness of the information.

The Enterprise Engineering Group is the primary provider of the technical content of Sun BluePrints Program that includes books, guides, and online articles. Through these vehicles, Sun can provide guidance, installation and implementation experiences, real-life scenarios, and late-breaking technical information.

The bimonthly electronic magazine, Sun BluePrints OnLine, is located on the Web at ...

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