Migrating a IPoIB subnet from default to custom IB partition
(Doc ID 1981575.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 06, 2019
Applies to:Big Data Appliance Hardware - Version Not Applicable to Not Applicable [Release N/A]
Exadata X4-2 Full Rack - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
To use a custom InfiniBand Partition instead of default and migrate the existing IPoIB subnet keeping all IP addresses same.
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|Steps to accomplish the task of migrating IPoIB from default to custom partition|
|Step 1: Identify an unused InfiniBand Partition key|
|Step 2: Determine if any node need to be added as limited member to the IB partition|
|Step 3: Collect all IB port GUIDs of the host compute nodes that need to be part of this new IB partition|
|Step 4: Identify the IB switch running master subnet manager|
|Step 5: Start IB partition editing on master SM switch|
|Step 6: Create IB partion on master SM switch|
|Step 7: Add all IB port GUIDs in the new IB partition|
|Step 8: Save and commit the switch configuration|
|Step 9: Verify that the IB partition information is propagated into all standby SM switches|
|Step 10: Backup current IPoIB configuration on all host compute nodes|
|Step 11: Migrate current IPoIB configuration into new IB partition based configuration|
|Step 12: Reboot first two host compute nodes one at a time|
|Step 13: Verify the connectivity between the rebooted nodes|
|Step 14: Reboot remaining host compute nodes one at a time|