By techdogg on Jul 30, 2007
John Cumming's blog A New Command Set for Solaris Cluster 3.2 provides a great tour of the new object-oriented command line that was introduced in the Sun Cluster 3.2 release. Another aid to understanding this new command set is the Intro(1CL) man page. This man page gives you the following information about the new command set:
- A description of the structure of the new command set and some shortcuts you can use.
- A list of all the new command names with their descriptions.
- A mapping of some of the more commonly used original commands to the new commands. For example, it tells you what new commands you can use instead of scrgadm.
- A list and explanation of all exit codes used within the new command set.
% man -s 1CL intro
You can also view Intro(1CL) in the Sun Cluster Refence Manual on docs.sun.com, where it serves as the Introduction.
Take a look at this man page for ways to get the most out of the new command set.
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