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Hp mc/serviceguard for linux configuration guide for hp netservers.
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M. SG install tool
- CD#2: ServiceGuard Distributed Components CD
A. ServiceGuard Manager (HP-UX, Linux, Windows)
B. ServiceGuard Manager Release Notes (English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese,
C. Quorum Server (Linux)
D. MC/ServiceGuard Quorum Server Release Note (English)
MC/ServiceGuard for Linux NFS Toolkit
Included in the MC/ServiceGuard for Linux CD is the MC/ServiceGuard NFS Toolkit for Linux which is a
separate set of shell scripts, and a binary file that allow you to configure ServiceGuard packages that mount
highly available networked file systems. The shell scripts can be modified by the customer for their
specific end user environment. You cannot use MC/ServiceGuard NFS Toolkit without NFS Services. The
NFS server programs must be installed on your Linux sytem before you install, configure, and test your
NFS package. (When installing the RedHat 7.1 Linux distribution, select the "NFS Server" option. The
RedHat installation program will install both NFS kernel and utility.)
ServiceGuard Manager
ServiceGuard Manager is a Java-based graphical user interface that provides a tool to display and manage
MC/ServiceGuard clusters maintaining high availability. Using ServiceGuard Manager, operators see
color-coded, graphically intuitive icons to get the big-picture view of multiple clusters so that they can
proactively manage the clusters, nodes, and applications.
Administration functions enable users to perform tasks including:
# Run, halt or move a package, including moving a package via drag and drop
# Run or halt a node or a cluster
# Change node switching and package switching
Easy to understand confirmation dialogues are provided to inform users about the consequences of
administrative actions. Users are shown the specific MC/ServiceGuard command used and
progress messages that track the ongoing administrative operation.
Monitoring functions enable users to act on changing status:
# Color-coded, graphically-intuitive icons visually present topology, online status, and
configuration information for multiple clusters, their member nodes, and packages
# SNMP event browser displays all SNMP traps generated by MC/ServiceGuard nodes
being monitored
# Auto-Refresh provides automatic updates including the property sheets, and can be
enabled or disabled. Refresh intervals can also be tuned to user requirements.
Saving status and configuration "snapshots" enables user to perform support or analysis functions
Dynamic scoping of clusters allows users to specify which clusters they want to monitor and
Comprehensive online help is available
Ease of use minimizes training to remotely display clusters from multiple management stations
running HP-UX 11.x, RedHat Linux 7.1 or later, Microsoft® Windows NT® 4.0 (Service pack 5
or later), Windows® 2000 Professional Edition or Windows XP Professional Edition
Flexibility of product allows it to be standalone or integrated with OpenView and ServiceControl


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