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Figure 1-1. An Example CXFS and FailSafe Configuration
Figure 1-2. Pool and Cluster Concepts
Figure 1-3. FailSafe Membership
Figure 1-4. Resource Type Dependencies
Figure 1-5. Sample System Components
Figure 1-6. Configuration Types
Figure 1-7. Reset Types
Figure 1-8. Disk Storage Failover in a Two-Node Cluster
Figure 2-1. Example Configuration with Four Resource Groups
Figure 2-2. Non-Shared Disk Configuration and Failover
Figure 2-3. Shared Disk Configuration for Active/Backup Use
Figure 2-4. Shared Disk Configuration for Dual-Active Use
Figure 2-5. Example Logical Volume Configuration
Figure 2-6. Filesystems and Logical Volumes
Figure 2-7. Contents of a Coexecution Cluster Database
Figure 4-1. Example Interface Configuration
Figure 5-1. GUI Showing Details for a Resource
Figure 5-2. Pop-up Menu that Appears After Clicking the Right Mouse Button
Figure 6-1. Dependencies
Figure 6-2. Example of Resource Dependency
Figure 6-3. Mutual Dependency of Resources Is Not Allowed
Figure 7-1. SGI File Server 850 Configuration
Figure 7-2. Resource Dependencies for SGI File Server 850
Figure 7-3. SGI SAN Server Configuration
Figure 7-4. Resource Dependencies for SGI SAN Server
Figure 7-5. FailSafe Configuration Example
Figure 8-1. Results of Granting a User Privilege
Figure 8-2. Displaying the Privileged Commands a User May Execute
Figure 12-1. Heartbeat Response Statistics
Figure 12-2. Resource Monitoring Statistics