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Re: Installing DP7.00 client on cluster-aware server

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Already did, yesterday.  🙂

 

Still want to know if I did something wrong and shouldn't have needed to MANUALLY update the INET service and open port 5555.  I didn't see that in the manual instructions and I'm wondering if I missed something, or if the manual is missing something.

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Re: Installing DP7.00 client on cluster-aware server

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Anyone?  Anyone?

 

New question:  after installing a client, you're supposed to verify the installation by right-clicking on the client and selecting "Check Installation..."

 

There is no such option for clusters.  Is there any way to verify a cluster client?  Seems like it would be even more necessary than for a single client...

 

Also:  When scheduling the backup job, it appears that the only option available for the cluster itself is to back up the witness disk.  It looks like you just back up the cluster nodes individually, same as if they weren't in a cluster.  So why did we have to do all the cluster-aware installation stuff?

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Kristof Van Ges
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Gary,

 

Not sure whether you are still struggling with this, given it has been 5 months since your last post, but after installation of the cluster aware agents all virtual hosts should be automatically imported.

 

If you want to backup shared disks you need to add an IP + hostname to each cluster service/application.  I am not a Windows guy so forgive me if I am not using the correct terminolgy.

 

Bottom line is that shared disks are only found by DP when accessed through the cluster package/resource/sevice name instead of the cluster name.

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