Support for configuration of the following high availability (HA) agents (data services) within a failover zone will not be available in a future release of Oracle Solaris Cluster software:
You can instead configure the HA agent for Apache Tomcat, MySQL, or PostgreSQL in either of the following ways for high availability at the application level:
In the global zone
Inside a zone cluster
Support for these applications in a scalable service will not be affected.
Oracle StorageTek Availability Suite (AVS) will not be available in a future release of Oracle Solaris, and when it is removed the support for AVS in Oracle Solaris Cluster and Oracle Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition will become obsolete.
At that time, support for AVS will be removed from Oracle Solaris Cluster software.
The original Sun Cluster administrative command set, including commands with the prefix "sc", might no longer be supported in a future release. In addition, features added after the introduction of the newer object-oriented command set might not be available in the original command set.
To ensure access to all available features, use the object-oriented command set, which includes commands beginning with the prefix "cl".
The cconsole utility has been removed. The Oracle Solaris pconsole utility can be used instead.
NetApp ended life of the NetApp NFS Client for Sun Cluster as of October 15, 2013. With the removal of this package, NetApp NAS devices are no longer supported as a shared storage in an Oracle Solaris Cluster configuration. You can instead use Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance NAS devices as shared storage for NFS-based access.
The HA for Oracle Grid Engine data service (agent) has been removed.
The HA for Sun Java System Application Server EE data service (agent) has been removed.