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Bringing up interface usb0: [ OK ]
Determining IP information for usb0... done. [ OK ]
6. After you set up both servers, run the ifconfig command to check the
network interface information.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1
To set up the Ethernet network on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1, complete the
following steps:
1. As root, open a terminal and run the following commands:
chkconfig NetworkManager off
service NetworkManager stop
2. Open a terminal and run system-config-network, and follow the wizard to
configure the Ethernet network.
3. Run the following command in a terminal to restart network service and check
the Ethernet interface information:
service network restart
ifconfig
3.2.7 Step 7: Setting up the interconnect network
An interconnect network is required to install the DB2 pureScale feature on a
Linux distribution. Cluster CFs support multiple cluster interconnects to help DB2
pureScale environments with high availability and scalability. This section
explains how to set up the interconnect network with one cluster interconnect
adapter port for each CF.
The DB2 pureScale feature supports multiple high speed interconnect networks
in one cluster. If you want to set up multiple high speed networks in one cluster,
visit the DB2 Information Center for more information.
Important: You have finished the Ethernet network setup on Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 5.6. Proceed to 3.2.7, “Step 7: Setting up the interconnect
network” on page 132 to continue.
Attention: Perform this task on all servers in the cluster.
Important: You have finished setting up the Ethernet network on the Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 6.1 system and can continue to the next section.
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This document uses the IP address and net mask listed in Table 3-4.
Table 3-4 Interconnect network IP address and net mask
The instructions here are for different combinations of operating systems and
types of interconnect network. Find the correct instructions for your environment
in the next sections:
򐂰 If you are using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 with and InfiniBand
network, see “Setting up an InfiniBand network on SUSE Linux Enterprise
Server 11” on page 133.
򐂰 If you are using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 with a 10 GbE network, see
“Setting up the 10 GbE network on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11” on
page 138.
򐂰 If you are using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.6 with an InfiniBand network, see
“Setting up the InfiniBand network on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.6” on
page 140.
򐂰 If you are using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 with a 10 GbE network, see
“Setting up the 10 GbE network on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1” on
page 143.
Setting up an InfiniBand network on SUSE Linux Enterprise
Server 11
To install the InfiniBand (OFED) driver on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11, you
must install several rpm packages. You also must configure the SUSE updates
repository for your version of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.
Important: On Linux and AIX, ensure that you configure a default gateway on
all hosts that are part of the DB2 pureScale cluster.
Host First node Second node
Interconnect IP address 192.168.100.151 192.168.100.152
Interconnect netmask 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.0
Important: Complete these steps on all servers in the cluster.
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To set up the InfiniBand network on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11, complete
the following steps:
1. If you are using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP1, install the following
packages from the updates repository. Contact your system administrator to
get a copy of these packages and use the rpm command to install the
packages. If you are using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2, these
packages are on the installation DVD.
compat-dapl-1.2.19-0.5.1
compat-dapl-32bit-1.2.19-0.5.1
dapl-32bit-2.0.30-0.5.1
dapl-doc-2.0.30-0.5.1
dapl-2.0.30-0.5.1
ibutils-32bit-1.5.4-0.3.3
Ibutils-1.5.4-0.3.3
infiniband-diags-1.5.7-0.3.2
libcxgb3-rdmav2-32bit-1.2.5-0.3.1
libcxgb3-rdmav2-1.2.5-0.3.1
libibcm-1.0.5-0.3.1
libibcm-32bit-1.0.5-0.3.1
libibcommon1-1.1.2_20090314-0.1.1
libibcommon1-32bit-1.1.2_20090314-0.1.1
libibmad5-1.3.6-0.3.1
libibmad5-32bit-1.3.6-0.3.1
libibumad3-1.3.6-0.3.1
libibumad3-32bit-1.3.6-0.3.1
libibverbs-1.1.4-0.3.1
libibverbs-32bit-1.1.4-0.3.1
libipathverbs-1.2-0.3.1
libipathverbs-32bit-1.2-0.3.1
libmlx4-rdmav2-1.0-5.21.1
libmlx4-rdmav2-32bit-1.0-5.21.1
libmthca-rdmav2-1.0.5-5.18.1
libmthca-rdmav2-32bit-1.0.5-5.18.1
libnes-rdmav2-1.1.0-0.3.1
librdmacm-1.0.13-0.3.1
librdmacm-32bit-1.0.13-0.3.1
libsdp-32bit-1.1.103-0.3.1
libsdp-1.1.103-0.3.1
mpi-selector-1.0.3-0.3.1
mstflint-1.4-2.25.1
ofed-doc-1.5.2-0.7.1
ofed-kmp-default-1.5.2_2.6.32.29_0.3-0.7.1
ofed-1.5.2-0.7.1
ofed-doc-1.5.2-0.7.1
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ofed-kmp-default-1.5.2_2.6.32.29_0.3-0.7.1
opensm-32bit-3.3.7-0.5.1
opensm-3.3.7-0.5.1
ibvexdmtools-0.0.1-75.16.1
qlvnictools-0.0.1-75.16.1
sdpnetstat-1.60-5.22.1
srptools-0.0.4-6.8.2
ksh-93u-0.8.1.x86_64.rpm
1
1
If you are using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2.
Attention: If you are using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP1, you do
not need to use the Software Management tool described in the next step.
You can skip to step 3 on page 136 to continue.

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