IBM PowerHA SystemMirror for i: Preparation (Volume 1 of 4)
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 26 May 2016, updated 09 June 2016
IBM Form #: SG24-8400-00
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Authors: David Granum, Edward Grygierczyk, Sabine Jordan, Peter Mayhew, David Painter
IBM® PowerHA® SystemMirror® for i is the IBM high-availability (HA), disk-based clustering solution for the IBM i operating system. When PowerHA for i is combined with IBM i clustering technology, it delivers a complete HA and disaster-recovery (DR) solution for business applications that are running in an IBM i environment. You can use PowerHA for i to support HA capabilities with either native disk storage, IBM DS8000® storage servers, or IBM Storwize® storage servers.
This IBM Redbooks® publication gives a broad understanding of PowerHA for i and provides a general introduction to clustering technology, independent auxiliary storage pools (IASPs), PowerHA SystemMirror products, and the PowerHA architecture.
This book is part of a four-book volume set that gives you a complete understanding of PowerHA for i and its use of native disk storage, IBM DS8000 storage servers, or IBM Storwize storage servers. The following IBM Redbooks publications are part of this PowerHA for i volume set:
- IBM PowerHA SystemMirror for i: Using DS8000, SG24-8403
- IBM PowerHA SystemMirror for i: Using IBM Storwize, SG24-8402.
- IBM PowerHA SystemMirror for i: Using Geographic Mirroring, SG24-8401
Important: The information that is presented in this volume set is for technical consultants, technical support staff, IT architects, and IT specialists who are responsible for providing HA and support for IBM i solutions. If you are new to HA, first review the information that is presented in this book to get a general understanding of clustering technology, IASPs, and the PowerHA architecture. You can then select the appropriate follow-on book based on the storage solutions that you are planning to use.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Introduction to IBM PowerHA SystemMirror for i
Chapter 2. Independent auxiliary storage pools (IASPs)
Chapter 3. IBM PowerHA SystemMirror for i architecture
Chapter 4. Creating the cluster framework
Chapter 5. Choosing a replication solution
Chapter 6. Troubleshooting and collecting data for problem determination
Appendix A. PowerHA Tools for IBM i
Appendix B. IBM Live Partition Mobility
Appendix C. IBM Power Enterprise Pools
Appendix D. Power Systems Capacity BackUp
Appendix E. Worksheet to configure the cluster framework
Appendix F. Solutions that are hosted by IBM i
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