1. Create Virtual IP, done in earlier steps
  1. Create an EC2 resource and create as dependency for virtual IP, done in earlier steps
  1. Install SAP on node 1 on “virtual hostname” based on “virtual IP”
  1. Stopsap on node1
  1. Use the LifeKeeper GUI to “In-service” the virtual IP to node 2, and Install SAP on node 2 on “virtual hostname” based on “virtual IP”
  1. Stopsap on node 2 and modify profile files on both nodes (see below)
  1. Use the LifeKeeper GUI to “In-service” the virtual IP back to node 1
  1. Create replication resource for the mount points needed for SAP, done in earlier steps, as advised by SAP consultants
  1. Startsap on node 1 and ensure SAP is working properly
  1. In /etc/default/LifeKeeper add the follow entries to the end on both nodes:

SAP_EXPERTMODE=1

SAP_NFS_CHECK_IGNORE=1

SAP_DB_CHECK_IGNORE=1

  1. Re-run the SPS setup program to add the SAP Recovery Kit

./setup -k

Select the recovery kit for SAP from the menu of available recovery kits using the arrow keys and pressing the <spacebar> to select, press <enter> to continue and complete the installation.

  1. Create SAP resources following the SAP Recovery Kit guide

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