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Veritas cluster (VCS) service group offline/online vs disable/enable

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Hi,

What is the different between bringing service group offline/online vs disable/enable?

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Hi

VCS offline/online means all resources that depends of thar service group will be start/stop  and disable/enable means VCS stops/starts monitoring the resources

So if you offline a service group it will stop everything while disable is no longer be monitored

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