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Contributor.. Gamal Mohie Contributor..
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NPS in HA Cluster

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Hi ALL,

I have NNMi 10.40  in HA cluster.

I need to install NPS in HA cluster .

From Prerequisits i asked for

Note down the necessary details of the cluster

  • Virtual hostname of the cluster. The virtual hostname must map to the virtual IP address of the cluster.
  • HA resource group of the cluster.

the virtual hostname is the virtual hostname of the windows cluster or  a new one created and added to the DNS?

HA resource group must be added to the DNS and mapped to a new virtual IP different than the cluster VIP?

In this case what will be the FQDN which run with the NNM enable script on the NNMi is this will be the virtual cluster FQDN ?

 

Thanks,

Gamal Mohie

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Steinar Saugsta1 Super Contributor.
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Re: NPS in HA Cluster

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Hi Gamal,

the virtual hostname is the name you decide and create for the NPS cluster.
This also have to be added to the DNS and maped to the VIP.
When running nnmenableperfspi.ovpl on the NNMi servers, use the virtual FQDN of the NPS.
HA resource group is just used '"internally" by the NPS.  

Hope this helps.

Br.

Steinar S.

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Steinar Saugsta1 Super Contributor.
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Re: NPS in HA Cluster

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Hi Gamal,

the virtual hostname is the name you decide and create for the NPS cluster.
This also have to be added to the DNS and maped to the VIP.
When running nnmenableperfspi.ovpl on the NNMi servers, use the virtual FQDN of the NPS.
HA resource group is just used '"internally" by the NPS.  

Hope this helps.

Br.

Steinar S.

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Contributor.. Gamal Mohie Contributor..
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Re: NPS in HA Cluster

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Hello Steinar,

thasnks for your comment.

the guide is not clear like NNMi guide for this point.

Thanks,

Gamal Mohyeldin

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