ins_setit [-d destsys] -t tag -I {AUTORES_ISP | INIT_ISP | INIT_OSU}

Indicates to LifeKeeper how it should initialize the state of a resource when LifeKeeper itself initializes (for example, at system boot time). If you do not set this option, LifeKeeper sets the initialization state to default options.

These are the restore options you can specify:

AUTORES_ISP. If resource initialization is set to AUTORES_ISP, the resource is first set to the OSU state, then the restore action is performed and, if successful, the resource is put into the ISP state. If restore fails, the resource is placed into the OSF state.

INIT_ISP. If INIT_ISP is set, LifeKeeper assumes resource initialization by other means and places the resource into the ISP state.

INIT_OSU. If INIT_OSU is set, LifeKeeper assumes the resource is not started up during initialization and that the system administrator will manually start up the resource using LifeKeeper Graphical User Interface (GUI) application.


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