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Hi,

I need some answers please to the following questions realated to ServiceGuard.

If possible, please copy/paste the command output from one of the HP-UX servers you have.

1. How to check if the cluster is up and running?

2. How to check what is the mounted resource name?

3. How to move the resource from a node to another?

4. Where are the relevant logs of this cluster?

Thank you!
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1. cmviewcl shows the cluster status.  "cmviewcl -v" gives more detailed information, including detailed status on each package.

2. This will be in the "cmviewcl -v" output.

3. To stop a package, run "cmhaltpkg pkg_name".  To start it on another node, "cmrunpkg -n new_node pkg_name".  you will need to re-enable the node you stopped it on with "cmmodpkg -n old_node -e pkg_name".
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Excellent!
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Additional question: is there any HTTP GUI for ServiceGuard?

Thanks!
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I'm pretty sure that there is a GUI, but it might be through SAM - I tend not to use them (a while ago I tried to set up a Volume Group and Logical Volumes through sam and failed - I just dropped to the command line and did them manually in the end!)
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