After you have configured the GWIA cluster resource, you can test the load and unload scripts by bringing the cluster resource online and taking it offline again.
In iManager, expand, then click .
Browse to the Cluster object to display the current cluster state.
(Conditional) If the new GWIA cluster resource showsin the column, click the new GWIA cluster resource, then click .
After a moment, the GWIA cluster resource displaysin the column.
At the server where the GWIA is starting, use the following command to see that the GWIA has started:
/etc/init.d/grpwise status domain.gwia
Select the new GWIA cluster resource, then click.
Thecolumn for the GWIA cluster resource returns to .
Use the same command that you used in Step 4 to verify that the GWIA has stopped.
Repeat Step 3 whenever you are ready to bring the new GWIA cluster resource online permanently.
Continue with Managing Your Clustered GroupWise System on Linux.