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Chapter 7
7 Setting Up and Managing Cluster Queues
     7.1     Introduction
     7.2     Controlling Queue Availability
     7.3     Starting a Queue Manager and Creating the Queue Database
     7.4     Starting Additional Queue Managers
         7.4.1         Command Format
         7.4.2         Database Files
     7.5     Stopping the Queuing System
     7.6     Moving Queue Database Files
         7.6.1         Location Guidelines
     7.7     Setting Up Print Queues
         7.7.1         Creating a Queue
         7.7.2         Command Format
         7.7.3         Ensuring Queue Availability
         7.7.4         Examples
     7.8     Setting Up Clusterwide Generic Print Queues
         7.8.1         Sample Configuration
         7.8.2         Command Example
     7.9     Setting Up Execution Batch Queues
         7.9.1         Before You Begin
         7.9.2         Batch Command Format
         7.9.3         Autostart Command Format
         7.9.4         Examples
     7.10     Setting Up Clusterwide Generic Batch Queues
         7.10.1         Sample Configuration
     7.11     Starting Local Batch Queues
         7.11.1         Startup Command Procedure
     7.12     Using a Common Command Procedure
         7.12.1         Command Procedure
         7.12.2         Examples
         7.12.3         Example
     7.13     Disabling Autostart During Shutdown
         7.13.1         Options
Chapter 8
8 Configuring an OpenVMS Cluster System
     8.1     Overview of the Cluster Configuration Procedures
         8.1.1         Before Configuring the System
         8.1.2         Data Requested by the Cluster Configuration Procedures
         8.1.3         Invoking the Procedure
     8.2     Adding Computers
         8.2.1         Controlling Conversational Bootstrap Operations
         8.2.2         Common AUTOGEN Parameter Files
         8.2.3         Examples
                Creating and Configuring a Two-Node Disaster Tolerant Cluster Using IP
                Adding a new Node to a Cluster over IP
                Adding a new Node to a Cluster over IP with a Shared System Disk
                Adding an Integrity server Satellite node to a Cluster over IP
                Adding an Integrity server Node to a Cluster over IP with Logical LAN Failover set
         8.2.4         Adding a Quorum Disk
     8.3     Removing Computers
         8.3.1         Example
         8.3.2         Removing a Quorum Disk
     8.4     Changing Computer Characteristics
         8.4.1         Preparation
         8.4.2         Examples
     8.5     Creating a Duplicate System Disk
         8.5.1         Preparation
         8.5.2         Example
     8.6     Postconfiguration Tasks
         8.6.1         Updating Parameter Files
         8.6.2         Shutting Down the Cluster
         8.6.3         Shutting Down a Single Node
         8.6.4         Updating Network Data
         8.6.5         Altering Satellite Local Disk Labels
         8.6.6         Changing Allocation Class Values
         8.6.7         Rebooting
         8.6.8         Rebooting Satellites Configured with OpenVMS on a Local Disk (Alpha only)
     8.7     Running AUTOGEN with Feedback
         8.7.1         Advantages
         8.7.2         Initial Values
         8.7.3         Obtaining Reasonable Feedback
         8.7.4         Creating a Command File to Run AUTOGEN
Chapter 9
9 Building Large OpenVMS Cluster Systems
     9.1     Setting Up the Cluster
     9.2     General Booting Considerations
         9.2.1         Concurrent Booting
         9.2.2         Minimizing Boot Time
         9.2.3         General Booting Considerations for Cluster over IP
     9.3     Booting Satellites
         9.3.1         Differences between Alpha and Integrity server Satellites
     9.4     Configuring and Booting Satellite Nodes (Alpha)
         9.4.1         Booting from a Single LAN Adapter
         9.4.2         Changing the Default Boot Adapter
         9.4.3         Booting from Multiple LAN Adapters (Alpha Only)
         9.4.4         Enabling Satellites to Use Alternate LAN Adapters for Booting
         9.4.5         Configuring MOP Service
         9.4.6         Controlling Satellite Booting
     9.5     Configuring and Booting Satellite Nodes (Integrity servers)
         9.5.1         Collecting Information from the Satellite System
         9.5.2         Setting up the Satellite System for Booting and Crashing
         9.5.3         Defining the Satellite System to the Boot Server
         9.5.4         Booting the Satellite
         9.5.5         Additional Tasks on the Satellite System
     9.6     Booting Satellites with IP interconnect (Integrity servers, Alpha)
     9.7     System-Disk Throughput
         9.7.1         Avoiding Disk Rebuilds
         9.7.2         Offloading Work
         9.7.3         Configuring Multiple System Disks
     9.8     Conserving System Disk Space
         9.8.1         Techniques
     9.9     Adjusting System Parameters
         9.9.1         The SCSRESPCNT Parameter
         9.9.2         The CLUSTER_CREDITS Parameter
     9.10     Minimize Network Instability
     9.11     DECnet Cluster Alias

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