Cluster resources must be enabled for business continuity on the primary cluster before they can be synchronized and appear as resources in the peer clusters in the business continuity cluster. Enabling a cluster resource makes it possible for that cluster resource or cluster pool resource to be migrated to another cluster.
Log in to iManager as the BCC Administrator user.
In, click > , then click the cluster name.
Select the desired cluster resource from the list of Cluster objects, then click thelink to view the resource Properties page.
Enable a cluster resource or cluster pool resource for business continuity by selecting thecheck box, then click .
Select thetab, then view the load script and ensure that the volume ID used by the resource is unique across all nodes of every peer cluster.
If the volume ID is not unique, modify the volume ID value to assign a unique ID, then click. The change is not applied until you take the resource offline and then bring it online.
You can use the ncpcon volumes command on each node in every peer cluster to identify the volume IDs in use by all mounted volumes. Compare the results for each server to identify the duplicates.
If you have not created a cluster replacement script to specify search-and-replace values for the entire cluster, do one of the following:
Cluster Replacement Script: (Recommended) Create a replacement script that contains search-and-replace values to use for the entire cluster.
Follow the procedure in Section 7.3, Adding Search-and-Replace Values to the Resource Replacement Script.
Individual Resource Replacement Script: (Not recommended) Create a replacement script that contains search-and-replace values only for an individual resource. Continue with Section 8.3, Configuring Search-and-Replace Values for an Individual Cluster Resource.