How to Set Up an HA SAN-based Two Node Cluster for Content Server on UNIX or LINUX
(Doc ID 1310945.1)
Last updated on JULY 08, 2020
Applies to:Oracle WebCenter Content - Version 7.5.1 to 10.1.3.5.0 [Release Stellent to 10gR3]
Oracle WebCenter Content - Version 18.104.22.168.0 to 22.214.171.124.0 [Release 12c]
HP IA64 HPUNIX
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IBM: Linux on System z
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IBM AIX on POWER Systems (64-bit)
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Oracle Solaris on x86 (32-bit)
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SUSE \ UnitedLinux x86-64
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How do you setup a two node cluster using Content Server that will be installed on a UNIX or LINUX operating system that uses a High Availability (HA) Storage Area Network (SAN) for the shared filesystem?
This article provides a step by step example of how to set up a cluster configuration. This example configuration, uses an HA SAN-based shared file system, the Apache web server (also applies to Oracle HTTP Server and IBM HTTP Server), and a LINUX operating system.
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|A. Install Content Server to the shared file system from one of the future member cluster nodes, referencing the product documentation for requirements.|
|If you are installing a Master with a Proxy instance, proceed to Step A of <Note 1115584.1>??? "Supplement: How to Set Up a 10gR3 Proxy Instance with a Two Node Cluster for Content Server on UNIX or LINUX" to install your Proxy instance.|
B. Patch Content Server, in exact order, using the following patches and their included instructions from My Oracle Support.
|C. Verify that your installation is viable by starting Content Server from the shared file system.|
If you are installing a Master with a Proxy instance, proceed to Step B.2 of <Note 1115584.1>??? "Supplement: How to Set Up a 10gR3 Proxy Instance with a Two Node Cluster for Content Server on UNIX or LINUX" to patch your Proxy instance.
D. Create the SERVER 1 Cluster Node.
|DKRIES - stopped here. the rest is not updated for SAN install yet.|
|E. Create the SERVER 2 Cluster Node.|
F. Update the cluster’s Admin Server.
|G. Validate the cluster install|