Document revision date: 15 July 2002
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OpenVMS Cluster Systems

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1-1 OpenVMS Cluster System Communications
1-2 Single-Point OpenVMS Cluster System Management
2-1 OpenVMS Cluster System Architecture
3-1 OpenVMS Cluster Configuration Based on CI
3-2 DSSI OpenVMS Cluster Configuration
3-3 LAN OpenVMS Cluster System with Single Server Node and System Disk
3-4 LAN and Fibre Channel OpenVMS Cluster System: Sample Configuration
3-5 FDDI in Conjunction with Ethernet in an OpenVMS Cluster System
3-6 Two-Node MEMORY CHANNEL OpenVMS Cluster Configuration
3-7 Three-Node MEMORY CHANNEL OpenVMS Cluster Configuration
3-8 Three-Node OpenVMS Cluster Configuration Using a Shared SCSI Interconnect
3-9 Four-Node OpenVMS Cluster Configuration Using a Fibre Channel Interconnect
5-1 Resource Sharing in Mixed-Architecture Cluster System
5-2 Directory Structure on a Common System Disk
5-3 File Search Order on Common System Disk
5-4 Translation Order Specified by LNM$FILE_DEV
6-1 Dual-Ported Disks
6-2 Dual-Pathed Disks
6-3 Configuration with Cluster-Accessible Devices
6-4 Disk and Tape Dual Pathed Between HSC Controllers
6-5 Disk and Tape Dual Pathed Between Computers
6-6 Device Names in a Mixed-Interconnect Cluster
6-7 SCSI Device Names Using a Node Allocation Class
6-8 Device Names Using Port Allocation Classes
6-9 Shadow Set With Three Members
6-10 Shadow Sets Accessed Through the MSCP Server
7-1 Sample Printer Configuration
7-2 Print Queue Configuration
7-3 Clusterwide Generic Print Queue Configuration
7-4 Sample Batch Queue Configuration
7-5 Clusterwide Generic Batch Queue Configuration
10-1 VAX Nodes Boot Alpha Satellites
10-2 Alpha and VAX Nodes Boot Alpha and VAX Satellites
C-1 Correctly Connected Two-Computer CI Cluster
C-2 Crossed CI Cable Pair
F-1 Protocols in the SCA Architecture
F-2 Channel-Formation Handshake
F-3 Lost Messages Cause Retransmissions
F-4 Lost ACKs Cause Retransmissions
F-5 NISCA Headers
F-6 Ethernet Header
F-7 FDDI Header
F-8 DX Header
F-9 CC Header
F-10 TR Header
1-1 System Management Tools
1-2 System Management Products from OpenVMS Partners
2-1 Communications Services
2-2 Transitions Caused by Adding a Cluster Member
2-3 Transitions Caused by Loss of a Cluster Member
3-1 Satellite Booting Process
4-1 Information Required to Perform an Installation
4-2 Installing Layered Products on a Common System Disk
4-3 Procedure for Configuring the DECnet Network
5-1 Default Clusterwide Logical Name Tables and Logical Names
5-2 Alias Collisions and Outcomes
5-3 Security Files
5-4 Procedure for Coordinating Files
6-1 Device Access Methods
6-2 Changing a DSSI Allocation Class Value
6-3 Ensuring Unique Tape Access Paths
6-4 Examples of Device Names with Port Allocation Classes 1-32767
6-5 Examples of Device Names With Port Allocation Class 0
6-6 MSCP_LOAD and TMSCP_LOAD Parameter Settings
6-7 MSCP_SERVE_ALL and TMSCP_SERVE_ALL Parameter Settings
8-1 Summary of Cluster Configuration Functions
8-2 Preconfiguration Tasks
8-4 Preparing to Add Computers to an OpenVMS Cluster
8-5 Preparing to Add a Quorum Disk Watcher
8-6 Preparing to Remove Computers from an OpenVMS Cluster
8-7 Preparing to Remove a Quorum Disk Watcher
8-8 CHANGE Options of the Cluster Configuration Procedure
8-9 Tasks Involved in Changing OpenVMS Cluster Configurations
8-10 Actions Required to Reconfigure a Cluster
9-1 Sample System Disk I/O Activity and Boot Time for a Single VAX Satellite
9-2 Sample System Disk I/O Activity and Boot Times for Multiple VAX Satellites
9-3 Checklist for Satellite Booting
9-4 Procedure for Defining a Pseudonode Using DECnet MOP Services
9-5 Procedure for Defining a Pseudonode Using LANCP MOP Services
9-6 Procedure for Creating Different DECnet Node Databases
9-7 Procedure for Creating Different LANCP Node Databases
9-8 Controlling Satellite Booting
9-9 Techniques to Minimize Network Problems
10-1 Backup Methods
10-2 Upgrading the OpenVMS Operating System
10-3 OPCOM System Logical Names
10-4 AUTOGEN Dump-File Symbols
10-5 Common SYSUAF.DAT Scenarios and Probable Results
10-6 Reducing the Value of Cluster Quorum
A-1 Adjustable Cluster System Parameters
A-2 Cluster System Parameters Reserved for OpenVMS Use Only
B-1 Building a Common SYSUAF.DAT File
C-1 Sequence of Booting Events
C-2 Alpha Booting Messages (Alpha Only)
C-3 Port Failures
C-4 How to Verify Virtual Circuit States
C-5 Informational and Other Error-Log Entries
C-6 Port Messages for All Devices
C-7 Port Messages for LAN Devices
C-8 OPA0 Messages
D-1 Procedure for Using the LAVC$FAILURE_ANALYSIS.MAR Program
D-2 Creating a Physical Description of the Network
E-1 Subroutines for LAN Control
F-1 SCA Protocol Layers
F-2 Communication Paths
F-3 System Parameters for Timing
F-4 Channel Timeout Detection
F-5 SHOW PORT/VC Display
F-6 Channel Formation
F-7 Fields in the Ethernet Header
F-8 Fields in the FDDI Header
F-9 Fields in the DX Header
F-10 Fields in the CC Header
F-11 Fields in the TR Header
F-12 Tracing Datagrams
F-13 Capturing Retransmissions on the LAN
F-14 Capturing All LAN Packets (LAVc_all)
F-15 Setting Up a Distributed Enable Filter (Distrib_Enable)
F-16 Setting Up the Distributed Trigger Filter (Distrib_Trigger)
F-17 Setting Up the Distributed Enable Message (Distrib_Enable)
F-18 Setting Up the Distributed Trigger Message (Distrib_Trigger)
G-1 Conditions that Create HELLO Datagram Congestion

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