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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-10-19T01:21:14Z by amanabe
amanabe
amanabe
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Pinned topic Grace parameter of lscomg commad

‏2012-10-17T09:58:33Z |
Hello!
I asked the question of FDR (Failure Detection Rate) before, and I have a related question.
(http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=417128&tstart=15)

As far as I have checked, a Grace parameter is not outputted by lscomg command before TSA V2.2,
it appears after TSA V3.1.(RSCT V2.5.1.2 or later) and value is set to -1.

Question:
A Grace parameter seems to be the parameter which exists from long time before at HACMP (PowerHA).
Witch TSA version did it exist and when was set -1 as default value in TSA,?

Atsushi Manabe(amanabe@jp.ibm.com)
Updated on 2012-10-19T01:21:14Z at 2012-10-19T01:21:14Z by amanabe
  • Enrico_Joedecke
    Enrico_Joedecke
    110 Posts

    Re: Grace parameter of lscomg commad

    ‏2012-10-18T18:05:30Z  
    Hello Manabe-san,

    this function is part of the cluster infrastructure (RSCT). I checked with the RSCT team, this function was added with RSCT 2.5.1.0 in 2008.

    The RSCT level 2.5.1 is contained within following SA MP levels:

    • 2.2.0.7 (FP07 or higher)
    • 2.3.0.4 (FP04 or higher)
    • 3.1 and all newer releases

    I'm not aware of any change to the default of this parameter since it is within the product.

    Enrico Joedecke
  • amanabe
    amanabe
    60 Posts

    Re: Grace parameter of lscomg commad

    ‏2012-10-19T01:21:14Z  
    Hello Manabe-san,

    this function is part of the cluster infrastructure (RSCT). I checked with the RSCT team, this function was added with RSCT 2.5.1.0 in 2008.

    The RSCT level 2.5.1 is contained within following SA MP levels:

    • 2.2.0.7 (FP07 or higher)
    • 2.3.0.4 (FP04 or higher)
    • 3.1 and all newer releases

    I'm not aware of any change to the default of this parameter since it is within the product.

    Enrico Joedecke
    Enrico-san
    Thanks for a lucid explanation !!

    Atsushi Manabe(amanabe@jp.ibm.com)