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Certification Status Of Oracle Communications ASAP And OSM With HACMP 5.4.1 (Doc ID 763518.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 05, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Order and Service Management - Version 6.3.1 and later
Oracle Communications ASAP - Version 5.2.4 and later
IBM AIX on POWER Systems (64-bit)
IBM AIX on POWER Systems (32-bit)
IBM AIX Based Systems (64-bit)IBM AIX Based Systems (32-bit)
***Checked for relevance on 17-MAY-2012***


For Oracle Communications ASAP 5.2.4 and Oracle Communications OSM 6.3.1, IBM and Oracle have certified HACMP 5.4.1 on AIX 5.3 and AIX 6.1. This certification applies to Oracle Database Server – Enterprise Edition Version : 10gR2.

Consistent with life cycle service planning, IBM and Oracle does not have any plans to certify any new combinations of the following:

Customers with questions on support policies for HACMP 5.4 should contact their IBM sales representative.

With this HACMP 5.4.1 certification, Oracle ASAP 5.2.4 and OSM 6.3.1 customers have a solution that is optimized to provide the highly dependable deployments they require.

Note: IBM High Availability Cluster Multi-Processing (HACMP) was renamed to PowerHACluster Manager. This version of the document will continue to use the product acronym of HACMP. IBM HACMP helps protect critical business applications from outages; planned or unplanned and can support a cluster of up to 32 nodes running the AIX operating system.


Configuration Used During Certification

This section documents the configuration used during the certification process of OSM 6.3.1, ASAP 5.2.4 and HACMP 5.4.1. The failover test included a single cluster (asaposm_cluster) with two nodes (Primary and Stand by). Failover from the Primary to Stand by node was configured to occur on a NIC Adapter failure.

root@app1:/> cltopinfo
Cluster Name: asaposm_cluster
Cluster Connection Authentication Mode: Standard
Cluster Message Authentication Mode: None
Cluster Message Encryption: None
Use Persistent Labels for Communication: No
There are 2 node(s) and 2 network(s) defined

NODE app1:
Network net_diskhb_01
app1_hdisk6_01 /dev/hdisk6
Network net_ether_01

NODE app2:
Network net_diskhb_01
app2_hdisk6_01 /dev/hdisk6
Network net_ether_01

Resource Group app1group
Startup Policy Online On Home Node Only
Fallover Policy Fallover To Next Priority Node In The List
Fallback Policy Never Fallback
Participating Nodes app1 app2
Service IP Label app1-service

Total Heartbeats Missed: 0
Cluster Topology Start Time: 11/25/2008 17:51:46


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