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Managing Serviceguard Fifteenth Edition > Chapter 1 Serviceguard at a Glance

What are the Distributed Systems Administration Utilities?


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HP Distributed Systems Administration Utilities (DSAU) simplify the task of managing multiple systems, including Serviceguard clusters. The tools provide:

  • Configuration synchronization

  • Log consolidation

  • Command fan-out

Configuration synchronization allows you to manage configuration changes from a single server, known as the configuration master; your other systems are defined as clients. Changes you make on the configuration master are propagated to all the clients.

Log consolidation allows you to simplify monitoring by consolidating logs from all systems into a single file sorted by time-stamp.

Command fan-out allows you to send the same command to all systems in your configuration in a single action.

For more information on DSAU, see the Distributed Systems Administration Utilities User’s Guide, posted at http://docs.hp.com -> Network and Systems Management -> System Administration.

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