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Table Of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction & Overview
1. Who needs Dolphin Express and SuperSockets?
2. How do Dolphin Express and SuperSockets work?
3. Terminology
4. Contact & Feedback: Dolphin Support
Chapter 2. Requirements & Planning
1. Supported Platforms
1.1. Hardware
1.1.1. Supported Platforms
1.1.2. Recommended Node Hardware
1.1.3. Recommended Frontend Hardware
1.2. Software
1.2.1. Linux
1.2.2. Windows
1.2.3. Solaris
1.2.4. Others
2. Interconnect Planning
2.1. Nodes to Equip with Dolphin Express Interconnect
2.1.1. MySQL Cluster
2.2. Interconnect Topology
2.3. Physical Node Placement
1. Overview
2. Installation Requirements
2.1. Live Installation
2.2. Non-GUI Installation
2.2.1. No X / GUI on Frontend
2.2.2. No X / GUI Anywhere
3. Adapter Card Installation
4. Software and Cable Installation
4.1. Overview
4.2. Starting the Software Installation
4.3. Working with the dishostseditor
4.3.1. Cluster Edit
4.3.2. Node Arrangement
4.3.3. Cabling Instructions
4.4. Cluster Cabling
4.4.1. Connecting the cables
4.4.2. Verifying the Cabling
4.5. Finalising the Software Installation
4.5.1. Static SCI Connectivity Test
4.5.2. SuperSockets Configuration Test
4.5.3. SuperSockets Performance Test
4.6. Handling Installation Problems
4.7. Interconnect Validation with sciadmin
4.7.1. Installing sciadmin
4.7.2. Starting sciadmin
4.7.3. Cluster Overview
4.7.4. Cabling Correctness Test
4.7.5. Fabric Quality Test
4.8. Making Cluster Application use Dolphin Express
4.8.1. Generic Socket Applications
4.8.2. Native SCI Applications
4.8.3. Kernel Socket Services
1. Complete Update
2. Rolling Update
1. Installation under Load
2. Installation of a Heterogeneous Cluster
3. Manual RPM Installation
3.1. RPM Package Structure
3.2. RPM Build and Installation
4. Unpackaged Installation
Chapter 6. Interconnect and Software Maintenance
1. Verifying Functionality and Performance
1.1. Low-level Functionality and Performance
1.1.1. Availability of Drivers and Services
1.1.2. Cable Connection Test
1.1.3. Static Interconnect Test
1.1.4. Interconnect Load Test
1.1.5. Interconnect Performance Test
1.2. SuperSockets Functionality and Performance
1.2.1. SuperSockets Status
1.2.2. SuperSockets Functionality
1.3. SuperSockets Utilization
2. Replacing SCI Cables
3. Replacing a PCI-SCI Adapter
4. Physically Moving Nodes
5. Replacing a Node
6. Adding Nodes
7. Removing Nodes
1. MySQL Cluster
1.1. SuperSockets Poll Optimization
1.2. NDBD Deadlock Timeout
1.3. SCI Transporter
2. MySQL Replication
1. Notification on Interconnect Status Changes
1.1. Interconnect Status
1.2. Notification Interface
1.3. Setting Up and Controlling Notification
1.3.1. Configure Notification via the dishostseditor
1.3.2. Configure Notification Manually
1.3.3. Verifying Notification
1.3.4. Disabling and Enabling Notification Temporarily
2. Managing IRM Resources
2.1. Updates with Modified IRM Configuration
1. Hardware
2. Software
Appendix A. Self-Installing Archive (SIA) Reference
1. SIA Operating Modes
1.1. Full Cluster Installation
1.2. Node Installation
1.3. Frontend Installation
1.4. Installation of Configuration File Editor
1.5. Building RPM Packages Only
1.6. Extraction of Source Archive
2. SIA Options
2.1. Node Specification
2.2. Installation Path Specification
2.3. Installing from Binary RPMs
2.4. Preallocation of SCI Memory
2.5. Enforce Installation
2.6. Configuration File Specification
2.7. Batch Mode
2.8. Non-GUI Build Mode
2.9. Software Removal
1. Startup
2. Interconnect Status View
2.1. Icons
2.2. Operation
2.2.1. Cluster Status
2.2.2. Node Status
3. Node and Interconnect Control
3.1. Admin Menu
3.2. Cluster Menu
3.3. Node Menu
3.4. Cluster Settings
3.5. Adapter Settings
4. Interconnect Testing & Diagnosis
4.1. Cable Test
4.2. Traffic Test
1. Cluster Configuration
1.1. dishosts.conf
1.1.1. Basic settings
3. Driver Configuration
3.1. dis_irm.conf
3.1.1. Resource Limitations
3.1.2. Memory Preallocation
3.1.3. Logging and Messages
3.2. dis_ssocks.conf
Appendix D. Platform Issues and Software Limitations
1. Platforms with Known Problems
2. IRM
3. SuperSockets
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