Configuring AutoSupport on the new nodes

After you add nodes to a cluster, you must configure AutoSupport on the nodes.

Before you begin

AutoSupport must be set up on the cluster's existing nodes.

About this task

You must perform this procedure on both the nodes.

Steps

  1. View the AutoSupport configuration using the system node autosupport show command with the -node parameter set to one of the nodes in the original cluster.
    Example
    cluster1::> system node autosupport show -node cluster1-1
                                Node: cluster1-1
                               State: enable
                     SMTP Mail Hosts: smtp.example.com
    																																...
  2. On one of the newly added nodes, configure AutoSupport in the same way that it is configured on the existing nodes by using the system node autosupport modify command.
    Example
    cluster1::> system node autosupport modify -node cluster1-3 -state enable -mail-hosts smtp.example.com -from alerts@node3.example.com -to support@example.com -support enable -transport https -noteto pda@example.com -retry-interval 23m
  3. Repeat the previous step for the other newly added node.