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Case-sensitivity in AIX
HACMP publications
HACMP/XD publications
HACMP Smart Assist publications
Installation guide
Overview of the installation process
Overview of the installation tasks
Creating shared LVM components
Logical volumes
Configuring HACMP to use NFS version 4
Upgrading an HACMP cluster
Upgrading prerequisites and terminology
Identifying your upgrade path
Planning for an upgrade
Upgrade Do's and Don'ts
Performing a rolling migration
Upgrading HACMP using a snapshot
Upgrading on an offline cluster
Applying an HACMP Service Pack
Additional migration tasks
Verifying the success of your migration
Troubleshooting your migration
Recovering your previous version of HACMP
Installing HACMP on server nodes
Prerequisites for installing HACMP on server nodes
Contents of the installation medium
HACMP installation choices
Installing from an installation server
Installing from a hard disk
Installing from the installation medium
Completing the installation
Addressing problems during the installation
Removing the HACMP software
Installing HACMP on client nodes
Step 1: Installing the base system client images
Step 2: Copying the clhosts.client file onto client nodes
Step 3: Editing the clinfo.rc script
Step 4: Updating the ARP cache for clients not using clinfo
Step 5: Rebooting the clients
Installing and configuring WebSMIT
Planning for WebSMIT
Planning for WebSMIT access
Upgrading from a previous configuration
Configuring installed hardware
Configuring network interface cards
Configuring point-to-point networks
Configuring RS232 serial connections
Configuring for asynchronous transfer mode (ATM)
Configuring ATM Classic IP
Configuring ATM LAN emulation
To configure ATM LAN emulation:
Configuring shared external disk devices
Configuring target mode SCSI connections
Configuring target mode SCSI devices in AIX
Configuring target mode SSA connections
Installing and configuring shared tape drives
Defining shared LVM components
Defining LVM components for concurrent access
Configuring AIX for HACMP
I/O considerations
Networking considerations
Planning HACMP file collections
Types of error notification
AIX Error notification facility
HACMP Automatic Error Notification
Creating a basic HACMP cluster
Overview for creating a basic HACMP cluster
Prerequisites for creating a basic HACMP cluster
Planning a two-node cluster
Using the two-node cluster configuration assistant
Preventing single points of failure
Creating a two-site HACMP configuration with GLVM mirroring
Configuring automatic GLVM mirroring
Handling pre-existing GLVM resources
Determining HACMP site names
Configuring persistent IP addresses
Existing HACMP cluster definition
Cluster monitoring with Tivoli
Overview for cluster monitoring with Tivoli
Removing cluster monitoring with Tivoli
Integrating OEM disks in an HACMP cluster
Integrating OEM volume groups in an HACMP cluster
Integrating OEM file systems in an HACMP cluster
GPFS cluster configuration
Overview for GPFS
Planning for a GPFS cluster
Installing GPFS
Configuring a GPFS cluster using HACMP SMIT
HACMP cluster operations and GPFS
Troubleshooting the GPFS cluster
HACMP and SNMP utilities
HACMP SNMP components
NetView for AIX
Systems monitor for AIX
Trap conflicts between SMUX peer daemons
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High Availability Cluster Multi-Processing for AIX

High Availability Cluster Multi-Processing for AIX

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