eqv_create [-d destsys] [-s sys] -t tag [-p sysPriority][-S othersys] -o othertag [-r othersysPriority] -e SHARED

Creates an equivalency in the configuration database on system destsys (local, if not specified).

LifeKeeper will automatically add a SHARED equivalency on a remote system, if either sys or othersys is specified. The resource specified as tag on system sys will be assumed by LifeKeeper to be the ”primary” resource that runs under normal conditions; the resource specified as othertag on system othersys will be the ”secondary” resource on the paired system. When LifeKeeper initializes, the primary resource is set depending upon resource initialization set up (see LCDI_instances). If the spare system boots, LifeKeeper on the spare checks the primary system to see if the primary system is functioning and if the primary resource is in the ISP state. If both cases are true, LifeKeeper puts the secondary resource into the OSU state (resource initialization ignored). If either case is false, the secondary resource will be initialized according to ”resource initialization”. The priority value specified with -p option is the priority of system sys for the resource tag. The priority value specified with -r option is the priority of system othersys for the resource othertag.


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