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Huawei SAP HANA Appliance Two Node Installation Guide (RH5885H and RH8100 V3+Redhat) 08

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Configuring Red Hat 6.7 Cluster HA

Configuring Red Hat 6.7 Cluster HA

  1. Disable autostart of corosync on each node.

    [root@HW00001 cdrom]# chkconfig corosync off

  2. Log in to the HDB database and check whether the SAP HANA database is running.

    s00adm@HW00001:/usr/sap/S00/HDB00> HDB info
    USER        PID PPID %CPU    VSZ RSS COMMAND
    s00adm     7955 7954  1.0 108456  1884 -sh
    s00adm     8014 7955  0.0 114068  1972  \_ /bin/sh /usr/sap/S00/HDB00/HDB info
    s00adm     8041 8014 10.0 118044  1564      \_ ps fx -U s00adm -o user,pid,ppid,pcpu,vsz,rss,args
    s00adm     3927      1  0.0  22200  1604 sapstart pf=/usr/sap/S00/SYS/profile/S00_HDB00_hw00001
    s00adm     3935 3927  0.0 551220 288192  \_ /usr/sap/S00/HDB00/hw00001/trace/hdb.sapS00_HDB00 -d -nw -f /usr/sap/S00/HDB00/hw00001/daemon.ini pf=/usr/sap/S00/SYS/profile/S00_H
    s00adm     3953 3935  0.7 4009236 1259648      \_ hdbnameserver
    s00adm     4073 3935  3.1 3230412 822048      \_ hdbcompileserver
    s00adm     4075 3935  0.3 2888528 519336      \_ hdbpreprocessor
    s00adm     4102 3935 13.8 8022448 4943380      \_ hdbindexserver
    s00adm     4104 3935  1.6 4393388 1307052      \_ hdbxsengine
    s00adm     4513 3935  0.4 3200812 564188      \_ hdbwebdispatcher
    s00adm     3375      1  0.0 735844 61832 /usr/sap/S00/HDB00/exe/sapstartsrv pf=/usr/sap/S00/SYS/profile/S00_HDB00_hw00001 -D -u s00adm
    NOTE:

    If processes are displayed, the database is running.

  3. Set log_mode of SAP HANA to normal. Go to /usr/sap/hdbclient on the active node and run ./hdbsql -u system -i 00 "select value from "SYS"."M_INIFILE_CONTENTS" where key='log_mode'". When Password: is displayed, enter the database password, for example, Huawei_123.

    s00adm@HW00001:/usr/sap/S00/HDB00> hdbsql -u system -i 00 "select value from "SYS"."M_INIFILE_CONTENTS" where key='log_mode'"
    Password:
    VALUE
    "normal"
    1 row selected (overall time 81.525 msec; server time 71.984 msec)

  4. Run grep Autostart /usr/sap/S00/SYS/profile/* on the active node to disable autostart of the SAP HANA database. The cluster controls the running of SAP HANA after power-on.

    [root@HW00001 cdrom]# grep Autostart /usr/sap/S00/SYS/profile/*
    /usr/sap/S00/SYS/profile/S00_HDB00_hw00001:Autostart = 0
    NOTE:

    Database autostart is disabled if Autostart is set to 0.

  5. Run service pcsd start and chkconfig pcsd on on two nodes to start the pcs service and set autostart of pcs.
  6. Set password to cluster, Run passwd hacluster on each cluster server. In this example, hacluster is the cluster name, use the actual cluster name replacing:

    [root@HW00001 ~]# passwd hacluster
    Changing password for user hacluster.
    New password:
    Retype new password:
    passwd: all authentication tokens updated successfully.

  7. Run pcs cluster auth HW00001 HW00002 on each server to authenticate the password:

    [root@HW00001~]# pcs cluster auth HW00001 HW00002
    HW00001: authorized
    HW00002: authorized

  8. Run pcs cluster setup --name hacluster --local HW00001,HW00001SR HW00002,HW00002SR --transport udpu on each node to initialize the cluster.

    (Uplink service network ports are used as cluster communication network ports in this example. Ensure that cluster nodes can communicate with each other through uplink service network ports before configuration. HW00001 and HW00002 indicate the mapped uplink service network ports on two hosts in the cluster. HW00001SR and HW00002SR indicate the mapped SR network ports. Use the actual network port names. Configure the cluster communication mode as udpu unicast communication.)

    [root@HW00001 hdbclient]# pcs clust er setup --name hacluster --local HW00001,HW00001SR HW00002,HW00002SR --transport  udpu 
    NOTE:

    In this example, the node with the host name HW00001 is configured with two heartbeat links. One corresponds to the uplink service network port that is mapped to HW00001, and the other corresponds to the SR communication network port that is mapped to HW00001SR. The node with the host name HW00002 is also configured with two heartbeat links. Change the mapped network ports based on actual situations.

  9. Run service pacemaker start on each node to start the cluster service.

    [root@HW00001 hdbclient]# service pacemaker start
    Starting cluster:
     Checking if cluster has been disabled at boot...        [  OK  ]
     Checking Network Manager...                             [  OK  ]
     Global setup...                                         [  OK  ]
     Loading kernel modules...                               [  OK  ]
     Mounting configfs...                                    [  OK  ]
     Starting cman...                                        [  OK  ]
     Waiting for quorum...                                   [  OK  ]
     Starting fenced...                                      [  OK  ]
     Starting dlm_controld...                                [  OK  ]
     Tuning DLM kernel config...                             [  OK  ]
     Starting gfs_controld...                                [  OK  ]
     Unfencing self...                                       [  OK  ]
     Joining fence domain...                                 [  OK  ]
    Starting Pacemaker Cluster Manager                         [  OK  ]
    [root@HW00001 hdbclient]#

  10. Enable autostart of pacemaker.

    [root@HW00001 ~]# chkconfig pacemaker on

  11. Query the HA status.

    [root@HW00001 hdbclient]# pcs status
    Cluster name: hacluster
    WARNING: no stonith devices and stonith-enabled is not false
    Last updated: Thu Oct 22 20:44:23 2015
    Last change: Thu Oct 22 20:20:31 2015
    Stack: cman
    Current DC: HW00001 - partition with quorum
    Version: 1.1.11-97629de
    2 Nodes configured
    0 Resources configured
    
    
    Online: [ HW00001 HW00002 ]
    
    Full list of resources:
    
    
    [root@HW00001 hdbclient]#

  12. Run corosync-cfgtool -s to check heartbeats.

    [root@HW00001 ~]#  corosync-cfgtool -s
    Printing ring status.
    Local node ID 2
    RING ID 0
            id      = 10.5.1.10
            status  = ring 0 active with no faults
    RING ID 1
            id      = 10.5.2.10
            status  = ring 1 active with no faults
    [root@HW00002 ~]#

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