Problem determination PowerHA / HACMP. Collect logs: clsnap -d ‘/tmp’ -p2 -n ‘ node1,node2’. or. snap -e. If cspoc pb: /tmp/
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The hostname cannot have following characters: Understanding the system error log The PowerHA SystemMirror software logs messages to the system error log whenever a daemon generates a state message.
The following sections describe the types of messages output by the PowerHA SystemMirror software and the log files into which the system writes these messages. Troubleehooting group handling has been enhanced in recent releases and the hacmp.
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The system cycles hacmp. Each log file contains a different subset of messages generated by the PowerHA SystemMirror software. Can multiple Service IP addresses be configured on single Ethernet cards? These messages provide valuable information for understanding the current state of the cluster. Using cluster log files.
Guide to IBM PowerHA SystemMirror for AIX Version 7.1.3
The event summaries included in this log make it easier to see quickly what events have occurred recently in the cluster. Reviewing cluster message log files The PowerHA SystemMirror software writes the messages it generates to the system console and to several log files.
For instance, the hacmp.
When viewed as a group, troublezhooting log files provide a detailed view of all cluster activity. The Volume mounted over NFS protocol is a file system for AIX, and since disk device is required for Enhanced concurrent capable volume group for disk heartbeat the NFS file system cannot be used for configuring the disk heartbeat.
Then read back through the log file to the first message relating to that problem. Newer Post Older Post Home. The verification process troubleshopting not allow the IP addresses to be in same subnet and cluster will not start.
The individual logs are limited to a maximum size and are removed after they reach a certain age, or are overwritten by newer versions.
Posted by Vineet at 7: When checking this file, first find the most recent error message associated with your problem. For this one needs to have separate Service IP addresses over which the listeners for every Oracle Database will run. Hence one can have separate Resource groups which will own each Oracle instance.
Troublezhooting error messages cascade from an initial error that usually indicates the problem source. Also for all the resource groups on the Active node please specify the passive node as the next node in the priority to take over in the event of failure of active node.
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Each copy is identified by a number appended to the file name. This configuration will be useful if there is a failure of single Oracle Database instance on one node to be failed over to another node without disturbing other running Oracle instances.
Following are log files which can be used for troubleshooting: