In addition to the Section 4.0, Planning for Novell Cluster Services, consider the following rules and recommendations for mixed OES 1 Linux and OES 2 Linux clusters:
Mixed OES 1 Linux and OES 2 Linux clusters should be considered a temporary configuration that exists only during an upgrade.
Adding an OES 1 Linux cluster node to a mixed-node OES 1 Linux and OES 2 Linux cluster is not supported
If you have configured resource monitoring for a resource running on an OES 2 Linux cluster node, resource monitoring does not function if the resource fails over or is migrated to an OES 1 Linux cluster node.
The use of EVMS is recommended for upgrading file system resources.
You should ensure that all resource policies are configured to the settings that existed before the upgrade.
No storage management functions should be executed while a cluster is in a mixed-cluster mode. Do not attempt to create, delete, expand, or modify the properties for partitions, pools, or volumes for any shared resources in the cluster.