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Creating Virtual IP control scripts (Linux)

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  1. On the primary VM Server, create a shell file to enable the Virtual IP interface that is named SC_VIP_UP.SH, and enter the following commands into the file:
          [+] Commands for SC_VIP_UP.SH
  1. In the shell file, replace the variables indicated by angle brackets with appropriate values.
  2. On both GSVM server host computers, create a shell file to disable the Virtual IP interface that is named SC_VIP_DOWN.SH, and enter the following commands into the file:
          [+] Commands for SC_VIP_DOWN.SH
  1. In the shell file, replace the variables indicated by angle brackets with appropriate values.
  2. Add the SC_VIP_DOWN script as a startup script by adding the script to the current run-level of the machine.
    1. Copy SC_VIP_DOWN.SH to the /etc/init.d folder.
    2. Create a symlink from your run-level directory to execute when a system starts to disable the Virtual IP. <br\><br\> For example, if the run-level is 5, the creation of symlink is as follows:<br\> "ln -s /etc/init.d/<scriptfile> /etc/rc.d/rc5.d/S50<scriptfile>"<br\> The S50 tells the system to start the script when it starts.

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