Sun Cluster 3.2
To show the quorum configuration:

# /usr/cluster/bin/clquorum show +

Cluster Nodes ===                              

Node Name:                                      node1
  Node ID:                                         1
  Quorum Vote Count:                               1
  Reservation Key:                                 0x469B6DA700000001

Node Name:                                      node2
  Node ID:                                         2
  Quorum Vote Count:                               1
  Reservation Key:                                 0x469B6DA700000002

Quorum Devices ===                             

Quorum Device Name:                             d3
  Enabled:                                         yes
  Votes:                                           1
  Global Name:                                     /dev/did/rdsk/d3s2
  Type:                                            scsi
  Access Mode:                                     scsi2
  Hosts (enabled):                                 node1, node2

And a really important is the command to know what “physical” disc is the quorum (in this case d3):

# /usr/cluster/bin/scdidadm -l d3

3        node1:/dev/rdsk/c0t5006048449AF62A7d33 /dev/did/rdsk/d3

To save, destroy, recreate, and bring all the resources online:

# /usr/cluster/bin/cluster export >scconfig.xml
# /usr/cluster/bin/clresourcegroup delete --force +
# /usr/cluster/bin/clresourcegroup create --input scconfig.xml +
# /usr/cluster/bin/clresource create --input scconfig.xml +
# /usr/cluster/bin/clresourcegroup online +

List of all tags running (as root):

# pmfadm -L
 tags: sometag1,sometag2,sometag3

Checking if thistag is registered and running under the process monitor:

# pmfadm -q thistag

Send the KILL signal to all processes, including the action script and its processes if they are currently executing:

 pmfadm -s thistag KILL

Getting the Zpool extension from a nonshareddevice agent:

# /usr/cluster/bin/scha_resource_get -O Extension \\
-R test-nonshareddevice-rs -G test-rg Zpools


Getting the Thorough_Probe_interval property for the test-nonshareddevice-rs resource:

# /usr/cluster/bin/scha_resource_get -O Thorough_Probe_interval \\
-R test-nonshareddevice-rs


Setting the Thorough_Probe_interval to 120 seconds, for the resource test-nonshareddevice-rs:

# /usr/cluster/bin/clresource set -p Thorough_Probe_interval=120 \\


The following command shows where is the AVS global configuration (needed in a SC environment):

# cat /etc/dscfg_cluster


To recreate the AVS configuration:

# dscfgadm -d
# rm /etc/dscfg_cluster && rm /etc/dscfg_local
# dscfgadm

Using kstat to see the bitmap volumes configured:

# kstat -p 'sdbc:::sdbc_vol_name'

sdbc:0:cd0:sdbc_vol_name        dev/rdsk/c2d0s1
sdbc:1:cd1:sdbc_vol_name        dev/rdsk/c3d0s1

That’s all..