You can enable two to four clusters to form a business continuity cluster. Enable BCC for each Novell Cluster Services cluster that you want to add to the business continuity cluster. When you enable a cluster for BCC, BCC adds an Auxiliary class to its Cluster object that provides the attributesand .
Log in to iManager as the BCC Administrator user.
Ensure that the BCC-specific Identity Manager drivers are running:
Go to the Identity Manager page.
Search the eDirectory Container or tree for the BCC-specific Identity Manager drivers.
For each driver, click the upper-right corner of the driver icon to see if a driver is started or stopped.
If the driver is stopped, start it by selecting.
Go to the Roles and Tasks page.
In, select > .
In your personalized My Clusters list, select the check box next to the name of the cluster you want to manage.
If the cluster does not appear in your list, add the cluster to your list. Click, browse to select the Cluster object, then click .
Select> to view the cluster’s properties.
You can also access the cluster properties with thebutton on the tab when you manage the cluster.
In thedialog box, select the tab.
Select thecheck box, then click .
Clickwhen you are prompted to confirm.
A confirmation message is briefly displayed, and a BCC peer connection is added to thetable. However, because no credentials have been supplied so far, the connection cannot be established.
As additional peer clusters are enabled, the cluster is added in thetable.
Wait for the BCC Identity Manager drivers to synchronize.
You can use the cluster connections command to list the clusters. The drivers are synchronized when all of the peer clusters are present in the list.
Continue with Adding Peer Cluster Credentials.