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OES Linux Clustering eDirectory

I'm trying to follow the instructions located at:
http://www.novell.com/documentation/dirxml20/admin/data/brjt46b.html
In the "Installing eDirectory" section, under number 2, it states:For the
eDirectory server name, use something other than the name of the UNIX server.
How do I choose a different server name? YAST never gives the option.
Thanks,
Ryan
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Re: OES Linux Clustering eDirectory

I think these instructions do not apply to an OES cluster, but just to
a plain Linux cluster without OES. For an OES cluster, by the way it
works, each server must have it's own instance of eDirectory so that
they know which cluster options apply to them.
For the kind of eDirectory/IDM cluster you are referring to however,
one single instance of eDirectory is shared among multiple nodes of a
cluster.

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Re: OES Linux Clustering eDirectory

This might not related to the topic. But I want to start installing a new
cluster on the existing OES cluster (remove the existing cluster).
Any steps to follow for removing cluster eDir objects for OES Linux?
What are the procedures to delete cluster partition /dev/sda1 (7.8MB)?
NSSMU does not work when pointing on this 8mb partition.
I can't find the documentation states for OES cluster troubleshoot.

Thanks,


"Marcel Cox" <cimetmc@myrealbox.com> wrote in message
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> I think these instructions do not apply to an OES cluster, but just to
> a plain Linux cluster without OES. For an OES cluster, by the way it
> works, each server must have it's own instance of eDirectory so that
> they know which cluster options apply to them.
> For the kind of eDirectory/IDM cluster you are referring to however,
> one single instance of eDirectory is shared among multiple nodes of a
> cluster.
>
> --
> Marcel Cox
> http://support.novell.com/forums



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Re: OES Linux Clustering eDirectory

jmc wrote:

> What are the procedures to delete cluster partition /dev/sda1 (7.8MB)?
> NSSMU does not work when pointing on this 8mb partition.


Maybe you should try with Novell Remote Manager. NRM is generally the
most efficient tool when dealing with partitions.

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Re: OES Linux Clustering eDirectory

Remote Manager does not seem to have the option for removing disk partition.
I found using ConsoleOne ver. 1.3.6d plus cluster snapin to clean out
existing NDS cluster object.
Deleting /dev/sda1 via Yast2 provided disk partition program. Just to share
this info.

Thanks,


"Marcel Cox" <cimetmc@myrealbox.com> wrote in message
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> jmc wrote:
>
> > What are the procedures to delete cluster partition /dev/sda1 (7.8MB)?
> > NSSMU does not work when pointing on this 8mb partition.

>
> Maybe you should try with Novell Remote Manager. NRM is generally the
> most efficient tool when dealing with partitions.
>
> --
> Marcel Cox
> http://support.novell.com/forums



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