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how can one tell which resources (FS, process etc....) are part of a specific cluster configuration? IE: after logging in to the global zone, how can I identify the resources that are running under cluster monitoring?

Regards, Edoardo

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I found the iformation with the command: scrgadm -pvv


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crlg show -v and clrs show -v

if you are using Sun Cluster 3.2.

man -s 1CL intro has a mapping of SC3.1 to 3.2 syntax.

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See the scstat(1m) man page.

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Hello, thank you for your answer. I'd like to know which processes are spawned within a single resource group or which scripts are called by it. I already uses scstat to figure out the rg-s on the domain, now I need tyo know what these resources actually provide... TIA – Eddy Mar 12 '10 at 15:13
Maybe I don't understand the question - will "ptree" tell you what you're looking for? – quadruplebucky Mar 12 '10 at 17:53

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