[SunHELP] Sun Cluster questions

Darryl Brooks debrooks at sanology.com
Mon May 17 17:03:09 CDT 2004

Nadine -

Did your /etc/path_to_inst file change?

---- Original message ----
>Date: Mon, 17 May 2004 12:29:51 -0700
>From: "N. Miller" <vraptor at promessage.com>  
>Subject: [SunHELP] Sun Cluster questions  
>To: sunhelp at sunhelp.org
>I seem to be facing a chicken-egg quandry...
>Brief background:
>Had to take 1 node of a two node SC3.0 cluster down to
>replace an I/O board.  The node1 was removed using scswitch
>before shutting down.  The cluster failed over to node0 as 
>Node1's hardware was repaired, and we attempted to bring it 
>up to connect to the cluster, but instead it just sat and 
>it's wheels at:
>WARNING: Path sc-fgdb-prod-node1:ge1 - sc-fgdb-prod-
node0:ge1 initiation
>encountered errors, errno = 62. Remote node may be down or 
>through this path.
>WARNING: Path sc-fgdb-prod-node1:ge0 - sc-fgdb-prod-
node0:ge0 initiation
>encountered errors, errno = 62. Remote node may be down or 
>through this path.
>If I get it to the ok prompt, I can boot it with a -x (e.g. 
>services off).  It comes up into multi-user find, and I can 
>configure and set a route for the geX interfaces and ping 
>But I cannot check the cluster configuration parameters on 
it at 
>that point:
>%> scconf:  This node is not currently in the cluster.
>Obviously, something is horked with the cluster 
>(I'm guessing that something in the device tree has had it's
>link changed after the I/O board replacement, but I am at
>a loss as to what).
>Short of uninstalling the cluster software, is there a way 
>get it into single or multi-user mode *without* using the -
>flag to the boot command so that I can run scsetup/scconf?
>Suggestions appreciated.  At this point, I wouldn't even 
>a clue bat. :-)
>  N. Miller
>  vraptor at promessage.com
>SunHELP maillist  -  SunHELP at sunhelp.org
Darryl Brooks BCSD
Storage Architect
SNIA Member

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