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How to create cluster in simulator


How to create cluster in simulator



Hi Arun,

You need to run the setup script where it will ask the following

Where to install to? [/]: <ur path>
Would you like to install as a cluster? [no]:

Say yes for the above setup option and continue with the installation

Now you will find node1 & node2 simulators installed in the above given path. Install cluster license.

Run the setup script for each node and configure the interface which needs to take over a partner IP address during failover.

After reboot (mandatory since cluster is licensed) just enable cluster from the CLI.



If you want to run a two node cluster you need to change the serial of the second node otherwise you get stuck with the licenses as they are serial bound now.

Here's a link how  http://www.cosonok.com/2013/05/netapp-simulator-for-clustered-ontap-82.html



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