The Veritas High Availability view is a Web-based graphic user interface that you can use to administer application availability with Cluster Server (VCS).
This interface supports physical and virtual systems running Linux, Solaris, and AIX operating systems. The interface supports virtual environments such as IBM PowerVM, Oracle VM Server for SPARC, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV), Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM), and VMware.
You can launch the Veritas High Availability view from an Internet browser, by using the following URL:
https://SystemNameorIP:5634/vcs/admin/application_health.html?priv=ADMIN where SystemNameorIP is the system name or the IP address of the physical or virtual system from where you want to access the tab.
In a VMware virtual environment, you can embed the Veritas High Availability view as a tab in the vSphere Client menu (both the desktop and Web versions).
You can perform tasks such as start, stop, or fail over an application, without the need for specialized training in VCS commands, operating systems, or virtualization technologies. You can also perform advanced tasks such as VCS cluster configuration and application (high availability) configuration from this view, by using simple wizard-based steps.
Use the Veritas High Availability view to perform the following tasks:
To configure a VCS cluster
To add a system to a VCS cluster
To configure and unconfigure application monitoring
To unconfigure the VCS cluster
To start and stop configured applications
To add and remove failover systems
To enter and exit maintenance mode
To switch an application
To determine the state of an application (components)
To clear Fault state
To resolve a held-up operation
To modify application monitoring settings
To view application dependency
To view component dependency