Verify the node3 installation

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After you install and boot node3, you need to verify that it is installed correctly, that it is part of the cluster, and that it can communicate with node2.

Steps
  1. At the system prompt, log in to node3. Then, verify that node3 is both part of the same cluster as node2 and healthy:

    cluster show

  2. Verify that node3 can communicate with node2 and that all LIFs are up:

    network interface show -curr-node <node3>

  3. Take one of the following actions:

    If the cluster is…​ Then…​

    In a SAN environment

    Complete Step 4 and then go to the section Moving NAS data LIFs owned by node1 from node2 to node3 and verifying SAN LIFs on node3.

    Not in a SAN environment

    Skip Step 4 and go to Moving NAS data LIFs owned by node1 from node2 to node3 and verifying SAN LIFs on node3.

  4. Verify that node2 and node3 are in quorum by entering the following command on one of the nodes and examining its output:

    event log show -messagename scsiblade.*

    The following example shows the output when the nodes in the cluster are in quorum:

    cluster::> event log show -messagename scsiblade.*
    Time                Node   Severity      Event
    ------------------- ------ ------------- --------------------------
    8/13/2012 14:03:51  node1  INFORMATIONAL scsiblade.in.quorum: The scsi-blade ...
    8/13/2012 14:03:51  node2  INFORMATIONAL scsiblade.in.quorum: The scsi-blade ...
    8/13/2012 14:03:48  node3  INFORMATIONAL scsiblade.in.quorum: The scsi-blade ...
    8/13/2012 14:03:43  node4  INFORMATIONAL scsiblade.in.quorum: The scsi-blade ...