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Planning Volume 2, Control Workstation and Software Environment

Planning for High Availability Cluster Multi-Processing (HACMP)

IBM's tool for building UNIX-based mission-critical computing platforms is the High Availability Cluster Multi-Processing (HACMP) for AIX software package. HACMP ensures that critical resources are available for processing by offering node and application failover and recovery services.

|Four variations of HACMP are available: |

Typically, HACMP is run on the control workstation only if HACWS is being used. HACMP can also be run on the SP nodes.

HACMP does not tolerate IPv6 aliases for IPv4 addresses.

|For complete planning information and for running with HACMP under |various PSSP security configurations, see the book HACMP: Planning |Guide.

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