The DST cluster resource is a pool cluster resource for the primary pool that has been modified to manage both the primary pool and secondary pool. When you use an NSS management tool to rename a cluster-enabled pool, it automatically changes the Pool object name in eDirectory; updates the pool name for its Volume objects; and updates the pool name that appears in the load, unload, and monitor scripts for the pool’s cluster resource. However, renaming a secondary pool cannot also update its name in the scripts for the primary pool’s resource, because the secondary pool’s default Pool object and Volume object do not contain information about the primary pool. You must manually modify the scripts for the DST cluster resource after you rename a secondary pool.
Renaming the shared primary pool or secondary pool in the DST cluster resource does not affect the settings that define the DST shadow relationship.
The resource objects for a DST cluster resource are typically named when you cluster-enable the primary pool. Renaming a primary pool does not modify the names of the resource objects. To rename a primary pool name in a way that also modifies names of resource objects, you can disable clustering for the primary pool, rename the pool, and then enable clustering for the renamed pool. This process is described in
Renaming a Shared Pool and Its Resource Objects.
Afterwards, reconfigure the primary pool cluster resource to include the necessary commands for the secondary pool and the DST shadow volume pair, just as you did when you first set up the DST cluster resource. Because the primary volume name and secondary volume name are not affected by the pool rename, you do not need to modify the related commands in the /etc/opt/novell/ncp2nss.conf file and /etc/opt/novell/ncpserv.conf file.
To rename a shared pool in a DST cluster resource: