What is InfoScale Veritas?

Veritas InfoScale Storage provides a high-performance storage management solution that maximizes storage efficiency, data availability, operating system agility, and performance. This product works across heterogeneous server and storage environments.

What is InfoScale availability?

InfoScale Availability enables the faster detection of faults by asynchronously monitoring selected resources with its Intelligent Monitoring Framework. This means that failures can be detected instantaneously, instead of waiting for a nonresponse from a faulted resource.

What is VCS in unix?

Veritas Cluster Server (rebranded as Veritas Infoscale Availability and also known as VCS and also sold bundled in the SFHA product) is a high-availability cluster software for Unix, Linux and Microsoft Windows computer systems, created by Veritas Technologies.

How does Veritas Cluster work?

A single VCS cluster consists of multiple systems connected in various combinations to shared storage devices. VCS monitors and controls applications running in the cluster, and restarts applications in response to a variety of hardware or software faults.

What do Veritas do?

The Company designs and develops enterprise data management software solutions that helps organizations to protect their mission-critical data, as well as offers cloud data management, data protection, compliance readiness, and storage optimization services. Veritas Technologies serves customers worldwide.

What is Veritas VRP?

Overview of Veritas Resiliency Platform VRP helps to maintain business uptime across private, public, and hybrid clouds. It provides a solution named Resiliency Platform Data Mover to replicate data or use third-party such as NetApp Snap Mirror, EMC Recover Point and more.

Who are the main competitors to InfoScale availability?

InfoScale Availability Competitors and Alternatives

  • Windows Server Failover Clustering.
  • IBM PowerHA SystemMirror.
  • NetApp MetroCluster.
  • Percona XtraDB Cluster.
  • InfoScale Availability.
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension.
  • DxEnterprise.
  • HPE Serviceguard.

How many systems does InfoScale availability support in a cluster?

Comprehensive hardware and platform support InfoScale Availability supports all leading operating systems and platforms such as Windows®, Linux®, Cisco® UCS Servers, VMware® ESX®, Red Hat® Enterprise Virtualization, Oracle® VM, and Microsoft Hyper-V®.

What are VCS commands?

Table: VCS commands for system operations lists the VCS commands for system operations….VCS command line reference.

Cluster operations Command line
Enable/disable read-write access to VCS configuration haconf -makerw haconf -dump -makero
Add user hauser -add user_name

How do I start VCS?

Starting VCS

  1. Log in as root user.
  2. Start LLT and GAB. Start I/O fencing if you have configured it. Skip this step if you want to start VCS on a single-node cluster.
  3. Start the VCS engine. # hastart. To start VCS in a single-node cluster, run the following command: # hastart -onenode.

What is VxVM in Linux?

VeritasTM Volume Manager (VxVM) by Symantec is a storage management subsystem that allows you to manage physical disks as logical devices called volumes. A VxVM volume appears to applications and the operating system as a physical disk on which file systems, databases and other managed data objects can be configured.

What is CVM in Veritas cluster?

CVM is an extension of Veritas Volume Manager, the industry-standard storage virtualization platform. CVM extends the concepts of VxVM across multiple nodes. Each node recognizes the same logical volume layout, and more importantly, the same state of all volume resources.