Friday, November 2, 2007 at 4:36 PM |
Here’s one of the VVR projects I designed and implemented. I documented the whole process so I could use it as a reference for future projects.

The document has a detailed implementation (with screenshots). The changes were done on both primary and secondary sites. Downtime was not necessary but the customer decided to shut down the apps and database.

This implementation involves VCS,CCA and SNAPshots. I will not discuss CCA in this document.

Contents



Project Description

As part of the Disaster recovery project, Veritas Volume Replicator (VVR) will be implemented on EMM servers to handle the replication between the Phoenix servers and the DR servers in Minneapolis. VVR will run on top of Veritas Cluster System (VCS). VCS is already installed and running on the servers. Replicated volumes in the secondary site will be configured to have snapshot volumes.



Server Configurations

E3 (Clustered)
  • SUNSRV01 (Solaris 8, SunFire V440)
  • SUNSRV02 (Solaris 8, SunFire V440)


DR (Clustered)
  • SUNSRV01-DR (Solaris 8, SunFire V440)
  • SUNSRV02-DR (Solaris 8, SunFire V440)



Network Configurations

IP Address
  • SUNSRV01
    • 10.10.231.130 sunsrv01 Host IP
    • 10.11.196.192 sunsrv01-DRN E3/DR Link IP

  • SUNSRV02
    • 10.10.231.131 sunsrv02 Host IP
    • 10.11.196.193 sunsrv02-DRN E3/DR Link IP

  • SUNSRV01-DR
    • 10.10.231.130 sunsrv01-dr Host IP
    • 10.12.94.192 sunsrv01dr-DRN E3/DR Link IP

  • SUNSRV02-DR
    • 10.10.231.131 sunsrv02-dr Host IP
    • 10.12.94.193 sunsrv02dr-DRN E3/DR Link IP


VVR Config
  • RVG db2dg_rvg
  • SRL db2dg_srl
  • RLINKs rlk_db2instdr-vipvr_db2dg_rvg (E3)
    rlk_db2inste3-vipvr_db2dg_rvg (DR)


Virtual IPs
  • SUNSRV01/SUNSRV02
  • Application 10.10.231.191
  • E3/DR Link 10.11.196.191
  • SUNSRV01-DR/SUNSRV02-DR
  • Application 10.10.231.191
  • E3/DR Link 10.12.94.191


VCS Heartbeats
  • SUNSRV01 ce0/ce4
  • SUNSRV02 ce0/ce4
  • SUNSRV01-DR ce4
  • SUNSRV02-DR ce4



Essential Terminology

Data Change Map (DCM) - An object containing a bitmap that can be optionally associated with a data volume on the Primary RVG. The bits represent regions of data that are different between the Primary and the Secondary. DCMs are used to mark sections of volumes on the primary that have changed during extended network outages in order to minimize the amount of data that must be synchronized to the secondary site during the outage.

Disk Change Object (DCO) - DCO volumes are used by Volume Manager FastResync (FR). FR is used to quickly resynchronize mirrored volumes that have been temporarily split and rejoined. FR works by copying only changes to the newly reattached volume using FR logging. This process reduces the time required to rejoin a split mirror, and requires less processing power than full mirror resynchronization without logging.

Data Volume - Volumes that are associated with an RVG and contain application data.

Primary Node - The node on which the primary RVG resides.

Replication Link (RLINK) - RLINKs represent the communication link to the couterpart of the RVG on another node. At the Primary node a replicated volume object has one RLINK for each of its network mirrors. On the Secondary node a replicated volume has a single RLINK object that links it to its Primary. Each RLINK on a Primary RVG represents the communication link from the Primary RVG to a corresponding Secondary RVG, via an IP connection.

Replicated Data Set (RDS) - The group of the RVG on a Primary and its corresponding Secondary hosts.

Replicated Volume Group (RVG) - A component of VVR that is made up of a set of data volumes, one or more RLINKs and an SRL. An RVG is a subset of volumes within a given VxVM disk group configured for replication to one or more secondary systems. Data is replicated from a primary RVG to a secondary RVG. The primary RVG is in use by an application, while the secondary RVG receives replication and writes to local disk. The concept of primary and secondary is per RVG, not per system. A system can simultaneously be a primary RVG for some RVGs and secondary RVG for others. The RVG also contains the storage replicator log (SRL) and replication link (RLINK).

Storage Replication Log (SRL) - Writes to the Primary RVG are saved in the SRL on the Primary side. The SRL is used to aid in recovery, as well as to buffer writes when the system operates in asynchronous mode. Each write to a data volume in the RVG generates two write requests: one to the Secondary SRL, and another to the Primary SRL.

Secondary Node - The node too which the primary RVG replicates.



Volumes to be Replicated

These are the volumes that will be configured for replication. These volumes belong to the same diskgroup db2dg.

v  bcp          -            ENABLED  ACTIVE    585105408 SELECT   -        fsgen
v db - ENABLED ACTIVE 1172343808 SELECT - fsgen
v dba - ENABLED ACTIVE 98566144 SELECT - fsgen
v db2 - ENABLED ACTIVE 8388608 SELECT - fsgen
v lg1 - ENABLED ACTIVE 396361728 SELECT - fsgen
v tp01 - ENABLED ACTIVE 192937984 SELECT - fsgen



Storage Replication Log (SRL)

Storage Replication Log. All data writes destined for volumes configured for replication are first persistently queued in a log called the Storage Replicator Log. VVR implements the SRL at the primary side to store all changes for transmission to the secondary(s). The SRL is a VxVM volume configured as part of an RVG. The SRL gives VVR the ability to associate writes to specific volumes within the replicated configuration in a specific order, maintaining write order fidelity at the secondary. All writes sent to the VxVM volume layer, whether from an application such as a database writing directly to storage, or an application accessing storage via a file system are faithfully replicated in application write order to the secondary.

v  db2dg_srl  -            ENABLED  ACTIVE    856350720 SELECT   -        fsgen



Data Change Map (DCM)

Data Change Maps (DCM) are used to mark sections of volumes on the primary that have changed during extended network outages in order to minimize the amount of data that must be synchronized to the secondary site during the outage. Only one disk will be used for DCM logs at this time.

In both primary and secondary sites, the same disk device name is used.

GROUP      DISK       DEVICE       TAG          OFFSET    LENGTH    FLAGS
db2dg db2dg95 EMC0_94 EMC0_94 0 35681280 -



Disk Change Object (DCO)

Disk Change Object (DCO) volumes are used by Volume Manager FastResync (FR). FR is used to quickly resynchronize mirrored volumes that have been temporarily split and rejoined. FR works by copying only changes to the newly reattached volume using FR logging. This process reduces the time required to rejoin a split mirror, and requires less processing power than full mirror resynchronization without logging.

GROUP      DISK       DEVICE       TAG          OFFSET    LENGTH    FLAGS
db2dg db2dg95 EMC0_94 EMC0_94 0 35681280 -



Technical Implementation Steps/Procedures



Detailed Implementation

Install VVR License on all nodes for both sites

# /opt/VRTSvlic/sbin/vxlicinst


Install VVR packages on all nodes for both sites

List of Required and Optional Packages for VVR

    Required software packages for VVR:

      VRTSvlic VERITAS Licensing Utilities.
      VRTSvxvm VERITAS Volume Manager and Volume Replicator.
      VRTSob VERITAS Enterprise Administrator Service.
      VRTSvmpro VERITAS Volume Manager Management Services Provider.
      VRTSvrpro VERITAS Volume Replicator Management Services Provider.
      VRTSvcsvr VERITAS Cluster Server Agents for VERITAS Volume Replicator.

    Optional software packages for VVR:

      VRTSjre VERITAS JRE Redistribution.
      VRTSweb VERITAS Java Web Server.
      VRTSvrw VERITAS Volume Replicator Web Console.
      VRTSobgui VERITAS Enterprise Administrator.
      VRTSvmdoc VERITAS Volume Manager documentation.
      VRTSvrdoc VERITAS Volume Replicator documentation.
      VRTSvmman VERITAS Volume Manager manual pages.
      VRTSap VERITAS Action Provider.
      VRTStep VERITAS Task Execution Provider.

Installing the VVR Packages Using the pkgadd Command

1. Log in as root.

2. Mount from the software repository:

# mount software:/repos /mnt
# cd /mnt/software/os/SunOS/middleware/Veritas4.1/volume_replicator

3. Alternatively, you may choose to run the install script from the same directory. Refer to VVR Installation Guide for more information.

# ./installvvr

4. But this document follows the manual process.

# cd /mnt/software/os/SunOS/middleware/Veritas4.1/volume_replicator

Note: Install the packages in the order specified below to ensure proper installation.

5. Use the following command to install the required software packages in the specified order. Some of these may have already been installed.

# pkgadd -d . VRTSvlic VRTSvxvm VRTSob VRTSvcsvr

6. Install the following patch:

# patchadd 115209-<latest>

7. Install the following required packages in the specified order:

# pkgadd -d . VRTSvmpro VRTSvrpro

8. Use the following command to install the optional software packages:

# pkgadd -d . VRTSobgui VRTSjre VRTSweb VRTSvrw VRTSvmdoc \
VRTSvrdoc VRTSvmman VRTSap VRTStep

The system prints out a series of status messages as the installation progresses and prompts you for any required information, such as the license key.


Create a Diskgroup and volumes in the secondary site

initialize all LUNs and assign to Diskgroup db2dg
sunsrv01-dr:# vxdiskadm
Create volumes with the same sizes as the primary site’s volumes.

sunsrv01-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg make bcp 585105408 layout=concat
sunsrv01-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg make db 1172343808 layout=concat
sunsrv01-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg make dba 98566144 layout=concat
sunsrv01-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg make db2 8388608 layout=concat
sunsrv01-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg make lg1 396361728 layout=concat
sunsrv01-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg make tp01 192937984 layout=concat

Create the SRL Volume. Allocate disks that are dedicated just for SRL volume. No other volumes should use those disks.

sunsrv01-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg make db2dg_srl 856350720 layout=concat \
> db2dg71 db2dg72 db2dg73 db2dg74 db2dg75 db2dg76 db2dg77 db2dg78 \
> db2dg79 db2dg80 db2dg81 db2dg82 db2dg83 db2dg84 db2dg85 db2dg86 \
> db2dg87 db2dg88 db2dg89 db2dg90 db2dg91 db2dg92 db2dg93 db2dg94

Add DCM logs to the volumes. Use the disk that’s been assigned only for logs.

sunsrv01-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg addlog bcp  logtype=dcm nlog=1 db2dg95
sunsrv01-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg addlog db logtype=dcm nlog=1 db2dg95
sunsrv01-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg addlog dba logtype=dcm nlog=1 db2dg95
sunsrv01-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg addlog db2 logtype=dcm nlog=1 db2dg95
sunsrv01-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg addlog lg1 logtype=dcm nlog=1 db2dg95
sunsrv01-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg addlog tp01 logtype=dcm nlog=1 db2dg95


Update the .rdg file on both nodes in the secondary site

The Secondary Node must be given permission to manage the disk group created on the Primary Node. To do this add the diskgroup ID into /etc/vx/vras/.rdg. The diskgroup ID is the value of dgid in the output of vxprint -l db2dg on the Primary Node.

sunsrv01:# vxprint -l db2dg | grep dgid
info: dgid=1138140445.1393.sunsrv01 noautoimport


sunsrv01-dr:# echo “1138140445.1393.sunsrv01” > /etc/vx/vras/.rdg
sunsrv02-dr:# echo “1138140445.1393.sunsrv01” > /etc/vx/vras/.rdg


Stop all applications – both clustered and non-clustered apps

Stop all clustered and non-clustered applications that are using the volumes, which will be replicated.

Note: You may leave the applications running while replicating.

# su – db2inst –c “db2stop”

Unmount all filesystems whose underlying volumes will be replicated.

# umount ` mount | grep '/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/' | awk '{ print $1 }'`

Forcibly stop VCS so it leaves all running resources online – especially Volumes and the diskgroup

# hastop –all -force


Bring up the virtual IPs on all nodes on both sites

These are the VVR Replication IPs (R-Link IPs). Must be unique – one at the primary site and other at the secondary site.

Primary (sunsrv01 or sunsrv02):

ce3:1 - 10.11.196.191 netmask fffffe00 broadcast 10.11.197.255

Secondary (sunsrv01-dr or sunsrv02-dr):

ce5:1 - 10.12.94.191 netmask fffffe00 broadcast 10.12.95.255


Create the SRL Volume in the primary site

Allocate disks that are dedicated just for SRL volume. No other volumes should use those disks.

sunsrv01:# vxassist -g db2dg make db2dg_srl 856350720 layout=concat \
> db2dg71 db2dg72 db2dg73 db2dg74 db2dg75 db2dg76 db2dg77 db2dg78 \
> db2dg79 db2dg80 db2dg81 db2dg82 db2dg83 db2dg84 db2dg85 db2dg86 \
> db2dg87 db2dg88 db2dg89 db2dg90 db2dg91 db2dg92 db2dg93 db2dg94


Add DCM logs to all the primary site volumes that will be replicated

Use the disk that is dedicated for logs only.

sunsrv01:# vxassist -g db2dg addlog bcp  logtype=dcm nlog=1 db2dg95
sunsrv01:# vxassist -g db2dg addlog db logtype=dcm nlog=1 db2dg95
sunsrv01:# vxassist -g db2dg addlog dba logtype=dcm nlog=1 db2dg95
sunsrv01:# vxassist -g db2dg addlog db2 logtype=dcm nlog=1 db2dg95
sunsrv01:# vxassist -g db2dg addlog lg1 logtype=dcm nlog=1 db2dg95
sunsrv01:# vxassist -g db2dg addlog tp01 logtype=dcm nlog=1 db2dg95


Update the .rdg file on both nodes in the primary site

The diskgroup ID is the value of dgid in the output of vxprint -l db2dg on the Secondary Node.

sunsrv02-dr:# vxprint -l db2dg | grep dgid
info: dgid=1182230506.2373.sunsrv01-dr noautoimport

sunsrv01:# echo “1182230506.2373.sunsrv01-dr” > /etc/vx/vras/.rdg
sunsrv02:# echo “1182230506.2373.sunsrv01-dr” > /etc/vx/vras/.rdg


Ensure that VVRTypes.cf exists in /etc/VRTSvcs/conf

This types file must exist on all nodes in the cluster.

sunsrv01:# ls -l /etc/VRTSvcs/conf/VVRTypes.cf
-rw-rw-r-- 1 root sys 1811 Jan 20 2005 /etc/VRTSvcs/conf/VVRTypes.cf


Ensure that other application types i.e. Db2udbTypes.cf exists in /etc/VRTSvcs/conf

This types file must exist on all nodes in the cluster.

sunsrv01:# ls -l /etc/VRTSvcs/conf/Db2udbTypes.cf
-rw-rw-r-- 1 root sys 1080 Jun 26 2006 /etc/VRTSvcs/conf/Db2udbTypes.cf


Create the Primary RVG

First, ensure that /usr/sbin/vradmind is running. If not, start it with this command:

sunsrv01:# /etc/init.d/vras-vradmind.sh start


Run this from the primary site.

sunsrv01:# vradmin –g db2dg createpri db2dg_rvg bcp,db,dba,db2,lg1,tp01 \
db2dg_srl

Usage:

vradmin -g <diskgroup> createpri <RVGname> <vol1,vol2...> <SRLname>

Where:

<diskgroup>is the VxVM diskgroup name
<RVGname>is the name for the RVG, usually <diskgroupname>_rvg
<vol1,vol2...>is a comma separated list of all volumes in the diskgroup to be replicated.
<SRLname>is the name of the SRL volume


Create the Secondary RVG

After creating the Primary RVG, go on to adding a Secondary. Use the vradmin addsec command to add a Secondary RVG. The VIP hostnames are in the /etc/hosts file.

sunsrv01:# vradmin -g db2dg addsec db2dg_rvg db2inste3-vipvr db2instdr-vipvr


Usage:

vradmin -g <diskgroup> addsec <RVGname> <primaryhost> <secondaryhost>

Where:

<diskgroup>is the VxVM diskgroup name
<RVGname>is the name of the RVG created on the Primary Node
<primaryhost>is the hostname of the Primary Node, this could be a VCS ServiceGroup name
<secondaryhost>is the hostname of the Secondary Node, this could be a VCS ServiceGroup name


Note: The vradmin addsec command performs the following operations:
  • Creates and adds a Secondary RVG of the same name as the Primary RVG to the specified RDS on the Secondary host. By default, the Secondary RVG is added to the disk group with the same name as the Primary disk group. Use the option -sdg with the vradminaddsec command to specify a different disk group on the Secondary.
  • Automatically adds DCMs to the Primary and Secondary data volumes if they do not have DCMs.
  • Associates to the Secondary RVG, existing data volumes of the same names and sizes as the Primary data volumes; it also associates an existing volume with the same name as the Primary SRL, as the Secondary SRL.
  • Creates and associates to the Primary and Secondary RVGs respectively, the Primary and Secondary RLINKs with default RLINK names rlk_remotehost_rvgname.


Configure VCS to integrate VVR objects – Primary Site

There would be at least two VCS service Groups. One group represents replication group and the other group is the application (DB) group. Application group contains RVGPrimary resource. Replication group contains IP, RVG and the DiskGroup resource.

In this particular environment, VVR Service Group and Application Service Group must be online on the same node because the diskgroup is on the VVR Service Group.

VVR Service group must be started first before the Application Service Group. The dependencies are configured in the VCS configuration file.

VVR Service group maintains the synchronization between the primary and secondary sites.

VCS Service Groups:

db2inst_vvr VVR Service Group
      Resources:

    db2dgAgent (RVG)
    vvrnic (NIC)
    vvrip (VIP for VVR communications)
    db2dg_dg (Diskgroup)


db2inst_grp Application Service Group
      Resources:

    db2dg_rvg_primary (RVG Primary)
    db2inst_db (DB2 Database)
    db2inst_ce1 (NIC)
    db2inst_ip (VIP for the application)
    db2inst__mnt (Filesystems)
    adsm_db2inst (TSM Backup)


Primary Site VCS Configuration File:
include "types.cf"
include "Db2udbTypes.cf"
include "VVRTypes.cf"

cluster e3clus177 (
UserNames = { admin = ajkCjeJgkFkkIskEjh }
ClusterAddress = "10.10.231.191"
Administrators = { admin }
CredRenewFrequency = 0
CounterInterval = 5
)

system sunsrv01 (
)

system sunsrv02 (
)

group db2inst_grp (
SystemList = { sunsrv01 = 0, sunsrv02 = 1 }
AutoStart = 0
)

Application adsm_db2inst (
Critical = 0
User = root
StartProgram = "/bcp/db2inst/tsm/adsmcad.db start"
StopProgram = "/bcp/db2inst/tsm/adsmcad.db stop"
MonitorProcesses = {
"/usr/bin/dsmcad -optfile=/bcp/db2inst/tsm/dsm.opt.db2inst" }
)

Db2udb db2inst_db (
Critical = 0
DB2InstOwner = db2inst
DB2InstHome = "/db2/db2inst"
MonScript = "/opt/VRTSvcs/bin/Db2udb/SqlTest.pl"
)

DiskGroup db2dgB_dg (
DiskGroup = db2dgB
)

IP db2inst_ip (
Device = ce1
Address = "10.10.231.191"
)

Mount db2dgB_bkup_mnt (
MountPoint = "/backup/db2inst"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dgB/bkp"
FSType = vxfs
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount db2inst_bcp_mnt (
MountPoint = "/bcp/db2inst"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/bcp"
FSType = vxfs
MountOpt = rw
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount db2inst_db2_mnt (
MountPoint = "/db2/db2inst"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/db2"
FSType = vxfs
MountOpt = rw
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount db2inst_db_mnt (
MountPoint = "/db/db2inst/PEMMP00P/NODE0000"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/db"
FSType = vxfs
MountOpt = rw
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount db2inst_dba_mnt (
MountPoint = "/dba/db2inst"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/dba"
FSType = vxfs
MountOpt = rw
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount db2inst_lg1_mnt (
MountPoint = "/db/db2inst/log1"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/lg1"
FSType = vxfs
MountOpt = rw
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount db2inst_tp01_mnt (
MountPoint = "/db/db2inst/PEMMP00P/tempspace01/NODE0000"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/tp01"
FSType = vxfs
MountOpt = rw
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

NIC db2inst_ce1 (
Device = ce1
NetworkType = ether
)

RVGPrimary db2dg_rvg_primary (
Critical = 0
RvgResourceName = db2dgAgent
)

requires group db2inst_vvr online local hard
adsm_db2inst requires db2inst_bcp_mnt
db2dgB_bkup_mnt requires db2dgB_dg
db2inst_bcp_mnt requires db2dg_rvg_primary
db2inst_db requires db2inst_bcp_mnt
db2inst_db requires db2inst_db2_mnt
db2inst_db requires db2inst_db_mnt
db2inst_db requires db2inst_dba_mnt
db2inst_db requires db2inst_ip
db2inst_db requires db2inst_lg1_mnt
db2inst_db requires db2inst_tp01_mnt
db2inst_db2_mnt requires db2dg_rvg_primary
db2inst_db_mnt requires db2dg_rvg_primary
db2inst_dba_mnt requires db2dg_rvg_primary
db2inst_ip requires db2inst_ce1
db2inst_lg1_mnt requires db2dg_rvg_primary
db2inst_tp01_mnt requires db2dg_rvg_primary



group db2inst_vvr (
SystemList = { sunsrv01 = 0, sunsrv02 = 1 }
)

DiskGroup db2dg_dg (
DiskGroup = db2dg
)

IP vvrip (
Device = ce3
Address = "10.11.196.191"
NetMask = "255.255.254.0"
)

NIC vvrnic (
Device = ce3
NetworkType = ether
)

RVG db2dgAgent (
Critical = 0
RVG = db2dg_rvg
DiskGroup = db2dg
)

db2dgAgent requires db2dg_dg
vvrip requires vvrnic


Configure VCS to integrate VVR objects – Secondary Site

In this particular environment, there will be four VCS service Groups – CCA Group, Replication Group, Application (DB) Group, and SNAP Group. CCA group is for remote cluster administration. Application group contains RVGPrimary resource. Replication group contains IP, RVG and the DiskGroup resource. SNAP Group contains the resources for SNAP copy. This document will not discuss Veritas CCA.

In this particular environment, VVR Service Group, Application Service Group, and SNAP Service Group must be online on the same node because the diskgroup is on the VVR Service Group. SNAP volumes are on the same diskgroup as the application/DB volumes.

SNAP Configuration is discussed later in this document.

VVR Service group must be started first before the Application Service Group. The dependencies are configured in the VCS configuration file.

VVR Service group maintains the synchronization between the primary and secondary sites.

VCS Service Groups:

db2inst_vvr VVR Service Group
Resources:
· db2dgAgent (RVG)
· vvrnic (NIC)
· vvrip (VIP for VVR communications)
· db2dg_dg (Diskgroup)

db2inst_grp Application Service Group
Resources:
· db2dg_rvg_primary (RVG Primary)
· db2inst_db (DB2 Database)
· db2inst_ce1 (NIC)
· db2inst_ip (VIP for the application)
· db2inst__mnt (Filesystems)
· adsm_db2inst (TSM Backup)

snap_db2inst_grp Snap Copy Service Group
Resources:
· snap_db2inst_db (DB2 Database)
· snap_db2inst_ce1 (NIC)
· snap_db2inst_ip (VIP for the application)
· snap_db2inst__mnt (Filesystems)

Secondary Site VCS Configuration File:
include "types.cf"
include "ClusterMonitorConfigType.cf"
include "Db2udbTypes.cf"
include "VVRTypes.cf"

cluster e3clus177 (
UserNames = { admin = ajkCjeJgkFkkIskEjh }
ClusterAddress = "10.10.231.191"
Administrators = { admin }
CredRenewFrequency = 0
CounterInterval = 5
)

system sunsrv01-dr (
)

system sunsrv02-dr (
)

group CCAvail (
SystemList = { sunsrv01-dr = 0, sunsrv02-dr = 1 }
AutoStartList = { sunsrv01-dr, sunsrv02-dr }
)

ClusterMonitorConfig CCAvail_ClusterConfig (
MSAddress = "10.11.198.53"
ClusterId = 1183482234
VCSLoggingLevel = TAG_A
Logging = "/opt/VRTSccacm/conf/k2_logging.properties"
ClusterMonitorVersion = "4.1.2272.1"
)

Process CCAvail_ClusterMonitor (
PathName = "/opt/VRTSccacm/bin/ClusterMonitor"
Arguments = "-config"
)

CCAvail_ClusterMonitor requires CCAvail_ClusterConfig


group db2inst_grp (
SystemList = { sunsrv01-dr = 0, sunsrv02-dr = 1 }
Enabled @sunsrv01-dr = 0
Enabled @sunsrv02-dr = 0
AutoStart = 0
)

Application adsm_db2inst (
Enabled = 0
Critical = 0
User = root
StartProgram = "/bcp/db2inst/tsm/adsmcad.db start"
StopProgram = "/bcp/db2inst/tsm/adsmcad.db stop"
MonitorProcesses = {
"/usr/bin/dsmcad -optfile=/bcp/db2inst/tsm/dsm.opt.db2inst" }
)

Db2udb db2inst_db (
Enabled = 0
Critical = 0
DB2InstOwner = db2inst
DB2InstHome = "/db2/db2inst"
MonScript = "/opt/VRTSvcs/bin/Db2udb/SqlTest.pl"
)

DiskGroup db2dgB_dg (
Enabled = 0
DiskGroup = db2dgB
)

IP db2inst_ip (
Enabled = 0
Device = ce1
Address = "10.10.231.191"
)

Mount db2dgB_bkup_mnt (
Enabled = 0
MountPoint = "/backup/db2inst"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dgB/bkp"
FSType = vxfs
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount db2inst_bcp_mnt (
Enabled = 0
MountPoint = "/bcp/db2inst"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/bcp"
FSType = vxfs
MountOpt = rw
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount db2inst_db2_mnt (
Enabled = 0
MountPoint = "/db2/db2inst"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/db2"
FSType = vxfs
MountOpt = rw
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount db2inst_db_mnt (
Enabled = 0
MountPoint = "/db/db2inst/PEMMP00P/NODE0000"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/db"
FSType = vxfs
MountOpt = rw
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount db2inst_dba_mnt (
Enabled = 0
MountPoint = "/dba/db2inst"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/dba"
FSType = vxfs
MountOpt = rw
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount db2inst_lg1_mnt (
Enabled = 0
MountPoint = "/db/db2inst/log1"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/lg1"
FSType = vxfs
MountOpt = rw
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount db2inst_tp01_mnt (
Enabled = 0
MountPoint = "/db/db2inst/PEMMP00P/tempspace01/NODE0000"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/tp01"
FSType = vxfs
MountOpt = rw
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

NIC db2inst_ce1 (
Enabled = 0
Device = ce1
NetworkType = ether
)

RVGPrimary db2dg_rvg_primary (
Enabled = 0
Critical = 0
RvgResourceName = db2dgAgent
)

requires group db2inst_vvr online local firm
adsm_db2inst requires db2inst_bcp_mnt
db2dgB_bkup_mnt requires db2dgB_dg
db2inst_bcp_mnt requires db2dg_rvg_primary
db2inst_db requires db2inst_bcp_mnt
db2inst_db requires db2inst_db2_mnt
db2inst_db requires db2inst_db_mnt
db2inst_db requires db2inst_dba_mnt
db2inst_db requires db2inst_ip
db2inst_db requires db2inst_lg1_mnt
db2inst_db requires db2inst_tp01_mnt
db2inst_db2_mnt requires db2dg_rvg_primary
db2inst_db_mnt requires db2dg_rvg_primary
db2inst_dba_mnt requires db2dg_rvg_primary
db2inst_ip requires db2inst_ce1
db2inst_lg1_mnt requires db2dg_rvg_primary
db2inst_tp01_mnt requires db2dg_rvg_primary


group db2inst_vvr (
SystemList = { sunsrv01-dr = 0, sunsrv02-dr = 1 }
)

DiskGroup db2dg_dg (
DiskGroup = db2dg
)

IP vvrip (
Device = ce5
Address = "10.12.94.191"
NetMask = "255.255.254.0"
)

NIC vvrnic (
Device = ce5
NetworkType = ether
)

RVG db2dgAgent (
Critical = 0
RVG = db2dg_rvg
DiskGroup = db2dg
)

db2dgAgent requires db2dg_dg
vvrip requires vvrnic


group snap_db2inst_grp (
SystemList = { sunsrv01-dr = 0, sunsrv02-dr = 1 }
AutoStart = 0
)

Db2udb snap_db2inst_db (
Critical = 0
DB2InstOwner = db2inst
DB2InstHome = "/db2/db2inst"
MonScript = "/opt/VRTSvcs/bin/Db2udb/SqlTest.pl"
)

DiskGroup snap_db2dgB_dg (
DiskGroup = db2dgB
)

IP snap_db2inst_ip (
Device = ce1
Address = "10.10.231.191"
)

Mount snap_db2dgB_bkup_mnt (
MountPoint = "/backup/db2inst"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dgB/bkp"
FSType = vxfs
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount snap_db2inst_bcp_mnt (
MountPoint = "/bcp/db2inst"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/bcp_snapvol"
FSType = vxfs
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount snap_db2inst_db2_mnt (
MountPoint = "/db2/db2inst"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/db2_snapvol"
FSType = vxfs
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount snap_db2inst_db_mnt (
MountPoint = "/db/db2inst/PEMMP00P/NODE0000"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/db_snapvol"
FSType = vxfs
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount snap_db2inst_dba_mnt (
MountPoint = "/dba/db2inst"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/dba_snapvol"
FSType = vxfs
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount snap_db2inst_lg1_mnt (
MountPoint = "/db/db2inst/log1"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/lg1_snapvol"
FSType = vxfs
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

Mount snap_db2inst_tp01_mnt (
MountPoint = "/db/db2inst/PEMMP00P/tempspace01/NODE0000"
BlockDevice = "/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/tp01_snapvol"
FSType = vxfs
FsckOpt = "-y"
)

NIC snap_db2inst_ce1 (
Device = ce1
NetworkType = ether
)

requires group db2inst_vvr online local firm
snap_db2dgB_bkup_mnt requires snap_db2dgB_dg
snap_db2inst_db requires snap_db2inst_bcp_mnt
snap_db2inst_db requires snap_db2inst_db2_mnt
snap_db2inst_db requires snap_db2inst_db_mnt
snap_db2inst_db requires snap_db2inst_dba_mnt
snap_db2inst_db requires snap_db2inst_lg1_mnt
snap_db2inst_db requires snap_db2inst_tp01_mnt
snap_db2inst_ip requires snap_db2inst_ce1


Bring up VCS engine and bring up the vvr service group in the Secondary Site

Start VCS on both nodes

sunsrv01-dr:# hastart
sunsrv02-dr:# hastart

Bring up the VVR Service Group on one node

sunsrv01-dr:# hagrp –online db2inst_vvr –sys sunsrv01-dr


Bring up VCS engine and bring up the vvr service group in the Primary Site

Start VCS on both nodes

sunsrv01:# hastart
sunsrv02:# hastart

Bring up the VVR Service Group on one node

sunsrv01:# hagrp –online db2inst_vvr –sys sunsrv01

Bring up the Application Service Group

sunsrv01:# hagrp –online db2inst_grp –sys sunsrv01


Check the Rlink and RVG status

Make sure that the flags are attached and connected. If for some reason links were detached or disconnected, check to make sure that the communications between the primary site and the secondary site are working fine. You should be able to ping, ssh, or telnet from each site thru the VIPs. If communications are good, you may restart VVR (see next step for restarting VVR engine).

sunsrv01:# vxprint -Pl
Disk group: db2dg

Rlink: rlk_db2instdr-vipvr_db2dg_rvg
info: timeout=500 packet_size=8400 rid=0.2007
latency_high_mark=10000 latency_low_mark=9950
bandwidth_limit=none
state: state=ACTIVE
synchronous=off latencyprot=off srlprot=autodcm
assoc: rvg=db2dg_rvg
remote_host=db2instdr-vipvr IP_addr=10.12.94.191 port=4145
remote_dg=db2dg
remote_dg_dgid=1182230506.2373.sunsrv01-dr
remote_rvg_version=21
remote_rlink=rlk_db2inste3-vipvr_db2dg_rvg
remote_rlink_rid=0.2127
local_host=db2inste3-vipvr IP_addr=10.11.196.191 port=4145
protocol: UDP/IP
flags: write enabled attached consistent cant_sync connected asynchronous autosync

sunsrv01:# vradmin -l printrvg
Replicated Data Set: db2dg_rvg
Primary:
HostName: db2inste3-vipvr
RvgName: db2dg_rvg
DgName: db2dg
datavol_cnt: 6
srl: db2dg_srl
RLinks:
name=rlk_db2instdr-vipvr_db2dg_rvg, detached=off, synchronous=off
Secondary:
HostName: db2instdr-vipvr
RvgName: db2dg_rvg
DgName: db2dg
datavol_cnt: 6
srl: db2dg_srl
RLinks:
name=rlk_db2inste3-vipvr_db2dg_rvg, detached=off, synchronous=off


Restart VVR engine (if the link is detached or disconnected)

This is only required if you see the links between primary and secondary as detached or disconnected. If you think that the communication between the two is working fine, then run the following commands in the primary site:

sunsrv01:# vxstart_vvr stop
sunsrv01:# vxstart_vvr start

Then, check the status again.

sunsrv01:# vxprint -Pl


Start the replication

Initiate the command from the primary site.

sunsrv01:# vradmin -g db2dg -a startrep db2dg_rvg db2instdr-vipvr
Message from Primary:
VxVM VVR vxrlink WARNING V-5-1-3359 Attaching rlink to non-empty rvg.
Autosync will be performed.

VxVM VVR vxrlink INFO V-5-1-3614 Secondary data volumes detected with rvg db2dg_rvg as parent:

VxVM VVR vxrlink INFO V-5-1-6183 bcp: len=585105408 primary_datavol=bcp
VxVM VVR vxrlink INFO V-5-1-6183 db: len=1172343808 primary_datavol=db
VxVM VVR vxrlink INFO V-5-1-6183 db2: len=8388608 primary_datavol=db2
VxVM VVR vxrlink INFO V-5-1-6183 dba: len=98566144 primary_datavol=dba
VxVM VVR vxrlink INFO V-5-1-6183 lg1: len=396361728 primary_datavol=lg1
VxVM VVR vxrlink INFO V-5-1-6183 tp01: len=192937984 primary_datavol=tp01

VxVM VVR vxrlink INFO V-5-1-3365 Autosync operation has started

Usage:

vradmin -g <diskgroup> -a startrep <RVGname> <secondaryhost>

Where:

<diskgroup>is the VxVM diskgroup name
<RVGname>is the name for the RVG, usually <diskgroupname>_rvg
<secondaryhost>is the hostname of the Secondary Site. Check the /etc/hosts file.



Check the Replication status

Initiate the command from the primary site. You can tell if it’s syncing by looking at the number of bytes remaining. If it changes, then it’s working.

sunsrv01:# vxrlink -g db2dg -i 2 status rlk_db2instdr-vipvr_db2dg_rvg
Fri Jun 22 00:01:37 MST 2007
VxVM VVR vxrlink INFO V-5-1-4464 Rlink rlk_db2instdr-vipvr_db2dg_rvg is in AUTOSYNC. 1226649984 Kbytes remaining.
VxVM VVR vxrlink INFO V-5-1-4464 Rlink rlk_db2instdr-vipvr_db2dg_rvg is in AUTOSYNC. 1226644224 Kbytes remaining.
VxVM VVR vxrlink INFO V-5-1-4464 Rlink rlk_db2instdr-vipvr_db2dg_rvg is in AUTOSYNC. 1226638464 Kbytes remaining.
VxVM VVR vxrlink INFO V-5-1-4464 Rlink rlk_db2instdr-vipvr_db2dg_rvg is in AUTOSYNC. 1226632128 Kbytes remaining.
VxVM VVR vxrlink INFO V-5-1-4464 Rlink rlk_db2instdr-vipvr_db2dg_rvg is in AUTOSYNC. 1226626368 Kbytes remaining.


Another way to check is to use the vradmin repstatus command. The key bits of information here are Data status and Replication status.

sunsrv01:# vradmin -g db2dg repstatus db2dg_rvg
Replicated Data Set: db2dg_rvg
Primary:
Host name: db2inste3-vipvr
RVG name: db2dg_rvg
DG name: db2dg
RVG state: enabled for I/O
Data volumes: 6
SRL name: db2dg_srl
SRL size: 952.84 G
Total secondaries: 1

Secondary:
Host name: db2instdr-vipvr
RVG name: db2dg_rvg
DG name: db2dg
Data status: consistent, up-to-date
Replication status: replicating (connected)
Current mode: asynchronous
Logging to: SRL
Timestamp Information: N/A


Mount the Replicated Volumes

When replication is 100% complete, you may check the volumes on the secondary site by mounting the filesystems. But first, you need to check the status of replication.

sunsrv01:# vxrlink -g db2dg -i 2 status rlk_db2instdr-vipvr_db2dg_rvgThu Jun 28 08:54:42 MST 2007
VxVM VVR vxrlink INFO V-5-1-4467 Rlink rlk_db2instdr-vipvr_db2dg_rvg is up to date


Use VCS to mount the replicated Volumes

sunsrv01-dr:# hagrp –online db2inst_grp –sys sunsrv01-dr

Display the filesystems and compare them with the primary.

sunsrv01-dr:# df -k | grep db2dg

/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/db2 4194304 78059 3859030 2% /db2/db2inst
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/bcp 292552704 1527508 272836173 1% /bcp/db2inst
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/dba 49283072 28555 46176114 1% /dba/db2inst
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/db 586171904 1733538 547911037 1% /db/db2inst/PEMMP00P/NODE0000
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/tp01 96468992 40176 90402086 1% /db/db2inst/PEMMP00P/tempspace01/NODE0000
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/lg1 198180864 1779853 184126012 1% /db/db2inst/log1

sunsrv01:# df -k | grep db2dg

/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/db2 4194304 78059 3859030 2% /db2/db2inst
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/bcp 292552704 1527508 272836173 1% /bcp/db2inst
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/dba 49283072 28555 46176114 1% /dba/db2inst
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/db 586171904 1733538 547911037 1% /db/db2inst/PEMMP00P/NODE0000
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/tp01 96468992 40176 90402086 1% /db/db2inst/PEMMP00P/tempspace01/NODE0000
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/lg1 198180864 1779853 184126012 1% /db/db2inst/log1

This is the best time to test VCS for switching the service group.

sunsrv01-dr:# hagrp –switch db2inst_grp –to sunsrv02-dr



Prepare the Replicated Volumes for Snapshot in the secondary site

First, display the volume information

sunsrv02-dr:# vxprint -ht bcp
Disk group: db2dg

v bcp db2dg_rvg ENABLED ACTIVE 585105408 SELECT - fsgen
pl bcp-01 bcp ENABLED ACTIVE 585108480 CONCAT - RW
sd db2dg214-01 bcp-03 db2dg214 5376 285473280 0 EMC0_219 ENA
sd db2dg215-01 bcp-03 db2dg215 5376 285473280 285473280 EMC0_220 ENA
sd db2dg219-01 bcp-03 db2dg219 5376 14161920 570946560 EMC0_224 ENA
pl bcp-02 bcp ENABLED ACTIVE LOGONLY CONCAT - RW
sd db2dg95-06 bcp-02 db2dg95 0 512 LOG EMC0_154 ENA

Prepare the volume for snapshot by adding a DCO log. The same disks is used for DCO and DCM logs.

sunsrv02-dr:# vxsnap -g db2dg prepare bcp ndcomirs=1 alloc=db2dg95
VxVM vxsnap INFO V-5-1-9270 Volume is under RVG, setting drl=no.

Display the volume information to see the changes. Note that the DCO volume has been added with two logs.

sunsrv02-dr:# vxprint -ht bcp
Disk group: db2dg

v bcp db2dg_rvg ENABLED ACTIVE 585105408 SELECT - fsgen
pl bcp-01 bcp ENABLED ACTIVE 585108480 CONCAT - RW
sd db2dg214-01 bcp-03 db2dg214 5376 285473280 0 EMC0_219 ENA
sd db2dg215-01 bcp-03 db2dg215 5376 285473280 285473280 EMC0_220 ENA
sd db2dg219-01 bcp-03 db2dg219 5376 14161920 570946560 EMC0_224 ENA
pl bcp-02 bcp ENABLED ACTIVE LOGONLY CONCAT - RW
sd db2dg95-06 bcp-02 db2dg95 0 512 LOG EMC0_154 ENA
dc bcp_dco bcp bcp_dcl
v bcp_dcl - ENABLED ACTIVE 40368 SELECT - gen
pl bcp_dcl-01 bcp_dcl ENABLED ACTIVE 40368 CONCAT - RW
sd db2dg95-07 bcp_dcl-01 db2dg95 960 40368 0 EMC0_154 ENA

Run the same steps on the rest of the volumes

sunsrv02-dr:# vxsnap -g db2dg prepare db ndcomirs=1 alloc=db2dg95
VxVM vxsnap INFO V-5-1-9270 Volume is under RVG, setting drl=no.

sunsrv02-dr:# vxsnap -g db2dg prepare dba ndcomirs=1 alloc=db2dg95
VxVM vxsnap INFO V-5-1-9270 Volume is under RVG, setting drl=no.

sunsrv02-dr:# vxsnap -g db2dg prepare db2 ndcomirs=1 alloc=db2dg95
VxVM vxsnap INFO V-5-1-9270 Volume is under RVG, setting drl=no.

sunsrv02-dr:# vxsnap -g db2dg prepare lg1 ndcomirs=1 alloc=db2dg95
VxVM vxsnap INFO V-5-1-9270 Volume is under RVG, setting drl=no.

sunsrv02-dr:# vxsnap -g db2dg prepare tp01 ndcomirs=1 alloc=db2dg95
VxVM vxsnap INFO V-5-1-9270 Volume is under RVG, setting drl=no.


Create the SNAP Volumes in the secondary site

sunsrv02-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg make bcp_snapvol  585105408 layout=concat
sunsrv02-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg make db_snapvol 1172343808 layout=concat
sunsrv02-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg make dba_snapvol 98566144 layout=concat
sunsrv02-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg make db2_snapvol 8388608 layout=concat
sunsrv02-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg make db2_snapvol 8388608 layout=concat
sunsrv02-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg make lg1_snapvol 396361728 layout=concat
sunsrv02-dr:# vxassist -g db2dg make tp01_snapvol 192937984 layout=concat


Prepare the SNAP Volumes

Identify the region size of the main volumes. The region size must be the same for both the main volume and the snap volume.

sunsrv02-dr:# for DCONAME in `vxprint -tg db2dg | grep "^dc" | awk '{ print $2 }'`
> do
> echo "$DCONAME\t\c"
> vxprint -g db2dg -F%regionsz $DCONAME
> done
bcp_dco 128
db_dco 128
dba_dco 128
db2_dco 128
lg1_dco 128
tp01_dco 128


Display the volume information

sunsrv02-dr:# vxprint -ht bcp_snapvol
Disk group: db2dg

v bcp_snapvol fsgen ENABLED 585105408 - ACTIVE - -
pl bcp_snapvol-01 bcp_snapvol ENABLED 585105600 - ACTIVE - -
sd db2dg114-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35726400 0 - - -
sd db2dg106-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35681280 35726400 - - -
sd db2dg101-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35681280 71407680 - - -
sd db2dg102-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35681280 107088960 - - -
sd db2dg103-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35681280 142770240 - - -
sd db2dg104-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35681280 178451520 - - -
sd db2dg105-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35681280 214132800 - - -
sd db2dg107-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35681280 249814080 - - -
sd db2dg108-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35681280 285495360 - - -
sd db2dg109-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 13844160 321176640 - - -
sd db2dg110-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35726400 335020800 - - -
sd db2dg111-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35726400 370747200 - - -
sd db2dg112-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35726400 406473600 - - -
sd db2dg113-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35726400 442200000 - - -
sd db2dg115-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35726400 477926400 - - -
sd db2dg116-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35726400 513652800 - - -
sd db2dg117-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35726400 549379200 - - -

Prepare the snapshot volume by adding a DCO log and the same region size as the main volume. The same disks is used for DCO and DCM logs.

sunsrv02-dr:# vxsnap -g db2dg prepare bcp_snapvol ndcomirs=1 regionsize=128 \
alloc=db2dg95

Display the volume information to see the changes. Note that the DCO volume has been added.

sunsrv02-dr:# vxprint -ht bcp_snapvol
Disk group: db2dg

v bcp_snapvol fsgen ENABLED 585105408 - ACTIVE - -
pl bcp_snapvol-01 bcp_snapvol ENABLED 585105600 - ACTIVE - -
sd db2dg114-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35726400 0 - - -
sd db2dg106-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35681280 35726400 - - -
sd db2dg101-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35681280 71407680 - - -
sd db2dg102-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35681280 107088960 - - -
sd db2dg103-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35681280 142770240 - - -
sd db2dg104-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35681280 178451520 - - -
sd db2dg105-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35681280 214132800 - - -
sd db2dg107-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35681280 249814080 - - -
sd db2dg108-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35681280 285495360 - - -
sd db2dg109-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 13844160 321176640 - - -
sd db2dg110-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35726400 335020800 - - -
sd db2dg111-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35726400 370747200 - - -
sd db2dg112-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35726400 406473600 - - -
sd db2dg113-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35726400 442200000 - - -
sd db2dg115-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35726400 477926400 - - -
sd db2dg116-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35726400 513652800 - - -
sd db2dg117-01 bcp_snapvol-01 ENABLED 35726400 549379200 - - -
dc bcp_snapvol_dco bcp_snapvol - - - - - -
v bcp_snapvol_dcl gen ENABLED 40368 - ACTIVE - -
pl bcp_snapvol_dcl-01 bcp_snapvol_dcl ENABLED 40368 - ACTIVE - -
sd db2dg95-01 bcp_snapvol_dcl-01 ENABLED 40368 0 - - -


Run the same steps on the rest of the volumes

sunsrv02-dr:# vxsnap -g db2dg prepare db_snapvol ndcomirs=1 regionsize=128 \
alloc=db2dg95
sunsrv02-dr:# vxsnap -g db2dg prepare dba_snapvol ndcomirs=1 regionsize=128 \
alloc=db2dg95
sunsrv02-dr:# vxsnap -g db2dg prepare db2_snapvol ndcomirs=1 regionsize=128 \
alloc=db2dg95
sunsrv02-dr:# vxsnap -g db2dg prepare lg1_snapvol ndcomirs=1 regionsize=128 \
alloc=db2dg95
sunsrv02-dr:# vxsnap -g db2dg prepare tp01_snapvol ndcomirs=1 regionsize=128 \
alloc=db2dg95

Verify the region sizes are the same

sunsrv02-dr:# for DCONAME in `vxprint -tg db2dg | grep "^dc" | awk '{ print $2 }'`
> do
> echo "$DCONAME\t\c"
> vxprint -g db2dg -F%regionsz $DCONAME
> done

bcp_dco 128
bcp_snapvol_dco 128
db_dco 128
db_snapvol_dco 128
dba_dco 128
dba_snapvol_dco 128
db2_dco 128
db2_snapvol_dco 128
lg1_dco 128
lg1_snapvol_dco 128
tp01_dco 128
tp01_snapvol_dco 128



Run a point-in-time snapshot

Verify the RLINK and RVG are active and up to date. Run this command from the primary site.

sunsrv01:# vxrlink -g db2dg -i 2 status rlk_db2instdr-vipvr_db2dg_rvg
Thu Jun 28 08:54:42 MST 2007
VxVM VVR vxrlink INFO V-5-1-4467 Rlink rlk_db2instdr-vipvr_db2dg_rvg is up to date

sunsrv02-dr:# vxprint -Pl
Disk group: db2dg

Rlink: rlk_db2inste3-vipvr_db2dg_rvg
info: timeout=500 packet_size=8400 rid=0.2127
latency_high_mark=10000 latency_low_mark=9950
bandwidth_limit=none
state: state=ACTIVE
synchronous=off latencyprot=off srlprot=autodcm
assoc: rvg=db2dg_rvg
remote_host=db2inste3-vipvr IP_addr=10.11.196.191 port=4145
remote_dg=db2dg
remote_dg_dgid=1138140445.1393.sunsrv01
remote_rvg_version=21
remote_rlink=rlk_db2instdr-vipvr_db2dg_rvg
remote_rlink_rid=0.2007
local_host=db2instdr-vipvr IP_addr=10.12.94.191 port=4145
protocol: UDP/IP
flags: write enabled attached consistent connected

Start the Snap Copy

sunsrv02-dr:# vxsnap -g db2dg make source=bcp/snapvol=bcp_snapvol \
source=db/snapvol=db_snapvol source=dba/snapvol=dba_snapvol \
source=db2/snapvol=db2_snapvol source=lg1/snapvol=lg1_snapvol \
source=tp01/snapvol=tp01_snapvol

Display the sync status

sunsrv02-dr:# vxtask list
TASKID PTID TYPE/STATE PCT PROGRESS
168 SNAPSYNC/R 00.07% 0/585105408/430080 SNAPSYNC bcp_snapvol db2dg
170 SNAPSYNC/R 00.05% 0/1172343808/567296 SNAPSYNC db_snapvol db2dg
172 SNAPSYNC/R 00.46% 0/98566144/452608 SNAPSYNC dba_snapvol db2dg
174 SNAPSYNC/R 04.30% 0/8388608/360448 SNAPSYNC db2_snapvol db2dg
176 SNAPSYNC/R 00.16% 0/396361728/641024 SNAPSYNC lg1_snapvol db2dg
178 SNAPSYNC/R 00.18% 0/192937984/346112 SNAPSYNC tp01_snapvol db2dg

sunsrv02-dr:# vxsnap -g db2dg print

NAME SNAPOBJECT TYPE PARENT SNAPSHOT %DIRTY %VALID

bcp -- volume -- -- -- 100.00
bcp_snapvol_snp volume -- bcp_snapvol 0.00 --

db -- volume -- -- -- 100.00
db_snapvol_snp volume -- db_snapvol 0.00 --

dba -- volume -- -- -- 100.00
dba_snapvol_snp volume -- dba_snapvol 0.00 --

db2 -- volume -- -- -- 100.00
db2_snapvol_snp volume -- db2_snapvol 0.00 --

lg1 -- volume -- -- -- 100.00
lg1_snapvol_snp volume -- lg1_snapvol 0.00 --

tp01 -- volume -- -- -- 100.00
tp01_snapvol_snp volume -- tp01_snapvol 0.00 --


bcp_snapvol bcp_snp volume bcp -- 0.00 0.11

db_snapvol db_snp volume db -- 0.00 0.02

dba_snapvol dba_snp volume dba -- 0.00 0.77

db2_snapvol db2_snp volume db2 -- 0.00 9.13

lg1_snapvol lg1_snp volume lg1 -- 0.00 0.09

tp01_snapvol tp01_snp volume tp01 -- 0.00 0.10


Mount the SNAP Volumes

When the Sync is complete, bring up the snap service group in VCS to verify all changes. But first, unmount the filesystems on replicated volumes. In this particular server, the replicated volumes and the snap volumes use the same mountpoints.

sunsrv02-dr:# umount ` mount | grep '/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/' | awk '{ print $1 }'`

sunsrv02-dr:# vxtask list
TASKID PTID TYPE/STATE PCT PROGRESS


sunsrv02-dr:# hastatus -sum

-- SYSTEM STATE
-- System State Frozen

A sunsrv01-dr RUNNING 0
A sunsrv02-dr RUNNING 0

-- GROUP STATE
-- Group System Probed AutoDisabled State

B CCAvail sunsrv01-dr Y N ONLINE
B CCAvail sunsrv02-dr Y N OFFLINE
B db2inst_grp sunsrv01-dr Y N OFFLINE
B db2inst_grp sunsrv02-dr Y N OFFLINE
B db2inst_vvr sunsrv01-dr Y N OFFLINE
B db2inst_vvr sunsrv02-dr Y N ONLINE
B snap_db2inst_grp sunsrv01-dr Y N OFFLINE
B snap_db2inst_grp sunsrv02-dr Y N OFFLINE


sunsrv02-dr:# hagrp -online snap_db2inst_grp -sys sunsrv02-dr


sunsrv02-dr:# hastatus -sum

-- SYSTEM STATE
-- System State Frozen

A sunsrv01-dr RUNNING 0
A sunsrv02-dr RUNNING 0

-- GROUP STATE
-- Group System Probed AutoDisabled State

B CCAvail sunsrv01-dr Y N ONLINE
B CCAvail sunsrv02-dr Y N OFFLINE
B db2inst_grp sunsrv01-dr Y N OFFLINE
B db2inst_grp sunsrv02-dr Y N OFFLINE
B db2inst_vvr sunsrv01-dr Y N OFFLINE
B db2inst_vvr sunsrv02-dr Y N ONLINE
B snap_db2inst_grp sunsrv01-dr Y N OFFLINE
B snap_db2inst_grp sunsrv02-dr Y N ONLINE


Verify the filesystems and compare the sizes with the primary site.

sunsrv02-dr:# df -k | grep snapvol

/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/db2_snapvol 4194304 78059 3859030 2% /db2/db2inst
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/bcp_snapvol 292552704 1527508 272836173 1% /bcp/db2inst
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/dba_snapvol 49283072 28555 46176114 1% /dba/db2inst
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/db_snapvol 586171904 1733538 547911037 1% /db/db2inst/PEMMP00P/NODE0000
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/tp01_snapvol 96468992 40176 90402086 1% /db/db2inst/PEMMP00P/tempspace01/NODE0000
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/lg1_snapvol 198180864 1779853 184126012 1% /db/db2inst/log1



sunsrv01:# df -k | grep db2dg

/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/db2 4194304 78059 3859030 2% /db2/db2inst
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/bcp 292552704 1527508 272836173 1% /bcp/db2inst
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/dba 49283072 28555 46176114 1% /dba/db2inst
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/db 586171904 1733538 547911037 1% /db/db2inst/PEMMP00P/NODE0000
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/tp01 96468992 40176 90402086 1% /db/db2inst/PEMMP00P/tempspace01/NODE0000
/dev/vx/dsk/db2dg/lg1 198180864 1779853 184126012 1% /db/db2inst/log1
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