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comment Within a RHEL 6.3 + High Reliability Add-on, how do I add DB2 (v9.7) into a service group to have the service controlled by the cluster?
The goal is to have a data warehouse cluster with 2 nodes and failover. If the node connected to the DB fails, then the other node mounts the file system and takes over. Just a simple 2 node failover cluster. As I said, having no db2 experience, I am sort of at the mercy of our DBA's to provide direction, and we both have our idea's of how we think it should be done.
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comment Within a RHEL 6.3 + High Reliability Add-on, how do I add DB2 (v9.7) into a service group to have the service controlled by the cluster?
I am not familiar with DB2, or software associated with it, which is part of my problem. I don't know what HADR is. In working with a DBA, he was trying to use db2haicu (ibm.com/developerworks/data/library/long/dm-0909hasharedstorage) but it will not work for RHEL6. I am not certain if there is something we are missing, or if this is the way it HAS to be done and I just need to reinstall and older version of RH and resetup the cluster.
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asked Within a RHEL 6.3 + High Reliability Add-on, how do I add DB2 (v9.7) into a service group to have the service controlled by the cluster?