When you use NSSMU or the Storage plug-in to iManager to add an NSS volume to a clustered pool, a mount command is automatically added to the load script for the pool cluster resource. Offline and online the primary pool cluster resource to apply the modified load script.
If you add a volume to the primary pool for a clustered DST shadow volume, the mount command is added twice in the primary pool’s cluster load script, once after the primary pool’s activation command and once after the secondary pool’s activation command. You must manually delete the instance that occurs after the secondary pool’s activation, then offline and online the primary pool cluster resource to apply the modified load script.
In iManager under, select > .
Browse to select the Cluster object of the cluster where the pool is currently online.
You can also select the server where the pool cluster resource is currently mounted.
Clickto open the wizard, then create the new volume on the shared pool.
For information, see OES 2 SP3: NSS File System Administration Guide for Linux.
Under, select > , then browse to select the Cluster object of the cluster.
If you added a volume to the primary pool for a DST shadow volume, modify the load script to remove the instance of the mount command that immediately follows the pool activation line for the secondary pool.
Click the name link of the pool cluster resource to open its Properties page, then click thetab.
Delete the mount command for the new volume that follows the pool activation command for the secondary pool.
Click OK to save your changes.
Click> to return to the Cluster Manager page.
In thelist, select the check box next to the pool cluster resource, then click to take the resource offline.
In thelist, select the check box next to the pool cluster resource, then click to bring the resource online.
This applies the modified load script, which mounts the newly created volume.