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Old 01-30-2008, 12:36 AM   #1
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Sun Cluster issue on vmware server.


SW: Winxp + vmware server beta 2.0
Guest OS: Soalris10 08/07 x2 + Solaris Cluster3.2

I am not sure I should ask the problem here.
I tried to create sun cluster 3.2 on my vmware2.0. But I do not
have a shared disk array. I found the following link can let vmware to
share scsi bus.

I tried it, but I found my vmware guest OS can not start if I add the following two lines to .vmx file.

scsi1.sharedBus = "virtual"
disk.locking = "false"

Then, I tried to create a single cluster. But After reboot, console always tells me that system does not boot as cluster member. I wonder whether I can not create single cluster mode. Is there anyone to create cluster on vmware2.0 because I found the link as above may base on vmware1.04.


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