NW6.5 SP8: Novell Cluster Services 1.8.5 Resource Configuration Guide

Before running any application on servers in a Novell® Cluster Services™ cluster, the application must be installed and configured properly to take advantage of shared storage and to achieve high availability. This document provides information to help you set up and configure some of the applications commonly used in a NetWare® 6.5 SP8 environment. See the Novell Cluster Services Overview and Installation documentation for cluster installation and configuration, and see your application documentation for specific application installation and setup instructions.


This guide is intended for anyone who is installing or managing applications in a cluster environment with Novell Cluster Services on a NetWare 6.5 server.


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Documentation Updates

For the most recent version of this guide, go to the NetWare 6.5 SP8: Cluster Services Documentation Web Site.

Additional Documentation

For information about using Novell Cluster Services with NetWare 6.5, see the NW6.5 SP8: Novell Cluster Services 1.8.5 Administration Guide.

For information about using Novell Cluster Services with Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 for Linux*, see the OES 2 SP2: Novell Cluster Services 1.8.7 for Linux Administration Guide.

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