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  1. How to get backup node online


    Here's the result of "hastatus -sum" command:

    # hastatus -sum

    -- SYSTEM STATE
    -- System State Frozen

    A b1s2 RUNNING 0
    A b1s3 RUNNING 0

    -- GROUP STATE
    -- Group System Probed AutoDisabled State

    B OracleGroup b1s2 Y N ONLINE
    B OracleGroup b1s3 Y N OFFLINE

    I can see the volumes on primary server b1s2 but no volumes on b1s3.

    On b1s2, these volumes:
    # df
    / (/dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0 ):16245904 blocks 1489702 files
    /proc (/proc ): 0 blocks 4032 files
    /dev/fd (fd ): 0 blocks 0 files
    /etc/mnttab (mnttab ): 0 blocks 0 files
    /var/run (swap ):10958912 blocks 446281 files
    /tmp (swap ):10958912 blocks 446281 files
    /valdtn (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/valdtn):68193568 blocks 1065510 files
    /temp (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/temp):69881168 blocks 1091891 files
    /tools (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/tools):45624928 blocks 712881 files
    /system (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/system):60982832 blocks 952842 files
    /stats_ndx (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/stats_ndx):66286576 blocks 1035726
    files
    /stats (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/stats):65767776 blocks 1027599 files
    /reports (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/reports):68268944 blocks 1066672
    files
    /rbs (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/rbs):64802384 blocks 1012527 files
    /ins_ndx (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/index):26029936 blocks 406699 files
    /ins (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/ins):198483136 blocks 3101290 files

    On b1s3, only these volumes:
    # df
    / (/dev/vx/dsk/rootvol):19110922 blocks 1490348 files
    /proc (/proc ): 0 blocks 4053 files
    /dev/fd (fd ): 0 blocks 0 files
    /etc/mnttab (mnttab ): 0 blocks 0 files
    /var/run (swap ):15327248 blocks 446293 files
    /tmp (swap ):15327248 blocks 446293 files

    Here's result of "hastatus" command:
    # hastatus
    attempting to connect....connected

    group resource system message
    --------------- -------------------- --------------- --------------------
    b1s2 RUNNING
    b1s3 RUNNING
    OracleGroup b1s2 ONLINE
    OracleGroup b1s3 OFFLINE
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    datadg b1s2 ONLINE
    datadg b1s3 OFFLINE
    Ora_IP b1s2 ONLINE
    Ora_IP b1s3 OFFLINE
    Ora_Mnt_INDEX b1s2 ONLINE
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Ora_Mnt_INDEX b1s3 OFFLINE
    Ora_Mnt_INS b1s2 ONLINE
    Ora_Mnt_INS b1s3 OFFLINE
    Ora_Mnt_RBS b1s2 ONLINE
    Ora_Mnt_RBS b1s3 OFFLINE
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Ora_Mnt_REPORTS b1s2 ONLINE
    Ora_Mnt_REPORTS b1s3 OFFLINE
    Ora_Mnt_STATS b1s2 ONLINE
    Ora_Mnt_STATS b1s3 OFFLINE
    Ora_Mnt_STATS_NDX b1s2 ONLINE
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Ora_Mnt_STATS_NDX b1s3 OFFLINE
    Ora_Mnt_SYSTEM b1s2 ONLINE
    Ora_Mnt_SYSTEM b1s3 OFFLINE
    Ora_Mnt_TEMP b1s2 ONLINE
    Ora_Mnt_TEMP b1s3 OFFLINE
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Ora_Mnt_TOOLS b1s2 ONLINE
    Ora_Mnt_TOOLS b1s3 OFFLINE
    Ora_Mnt_VALDTN b1s2 ONLINE
    Ora_Mnt_VALDTN b1s3 OFFLINE
    Ora_NIC b1s2 ONLINE
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Ora_NIC b1s3 ONLINE
    Ora_Oracle b1s2 ONLINE
    Ora_Oracle b1s3 OFFLINE
    Ora_Sqlnet b1s2 ONLINE
    Ora_Sqlnet b1s3 OFFLINE


    How can I bring up the volumes on b1s3 server? Thanks.

  2. Re: How to get backup node online


    Yes it's a fail-over config.
    When I did the switch, I can see volumes on B1S3 and not B1S2. I guess that's
    working.
    It gave me this error when I did the online command:

    # hagrp -online OracleGroup -sys b1s3
    VCS:10165:Failover group OracleGroup is not completely offline in cluster

    Can both servers see the same volumes? Thanks.

    "Me" wrote:
    >Looks like this is a fail-over config.
    >
    >It can only be online on 1 node at a time.
    >
    >do :
    >
    >hagrp -switch OracleGroup -to bls3
    >
    >
    >If it is a parallel service group:
    >
    >hagrp -online OracleGroup -sys bls3
    >
    >
    >
    >"Carl Hoang" wrote in message
    >news:401b3c08@ROSASTDMZ05....
    >>
    >> Here's the result of "hastatus -sum" command:
    >>
    >> # hastatus -sum
    >>
    >> -- SYSTEM STATE
    >> -- System State Frozen
    >>
    >> A b1s2 RUNNING 0
    >> A b1s3 RUNNING 0
    >>
    >> -- GROUP STATE
    >> -- Group System Probed AutoDisabled State
    >>
    >> B OracleGroup b1s2 Y N ONLINE
    >> B OracleGroup b1s3 Y N OFFLINE
    >>
    >> I can see the volumes on primary server b1s2 but no volumes on b1s3.
    >>
    >> On b1s2, these volumes:
    >> # df
    >> / (/dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0 ):16245904 blocks 1489702 files
    >> /proc (/proc ): 0 blocks 4032 files
    >> /dev/fd (fd ): 0 blocks 0 files
    >> /etc/mnttab (mnttab ): 0 blocks 0 files
    >> /var/run (swap ):10958912 blocks 446281 files
    >> /tmp (swap ):10958912 blocks 446281 files
    >> /valdtn (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/valdtn):68193568 blocks 1065510

    >files
    >> /temp (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/temp):69881168 blocks 1091891

    >files
    >> /tools (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/tools):45624928 blocks 712881

    >files
    >> /system (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/system):60982832 blocks 952842

    >files
    >> /stats_ndx (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/stats_ndx):66286576 blocks 1035726
    >> files
    >> /stats (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/stats):65767776 blocks 1027599

    >files
    >> /reports (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/reports):68268944 blocks 1066672
    >> files
    >> /rbs (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/rbs):64802384 blocks 1012527 files
    >> /ins_ndx (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/index):26029936 blocks 406699

    >files
    >> /ins (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/ins):198483136 blocks 3101290

    >files
    >>
    >> On b1s3, only these volumes:
    >> # df
    >> / (/dev/vx/dsk/rootvol):19110922 blocks 1490348 files
    >> /proc (/proc ): 0 blocks 4053 files
    >> /dev/fd (fd ): 0 blocks 0 files
    >> /etc/mnttab (mnttab ): 0 blocks 0 files
    >> /var/run (swap ):15327248 blocks 446293 files
    >> /tmp (swap ):15327248 blocks 446293 files
    >>
    >> Here's result of "hastatus" command:
    >> # hastatus
    >> attempting to connect....connected
    >>
    >> group resource system message
    >> --------------- -------------------- --------------- --------------------
    >> b1s2 RUNNING
    >> b1s3 RUNNING
    >> OracleGroup b1s2 ONLINE
    >> OracleGroup b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >> datadg b1s2 ONLINE
    >> datadg b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> Ora_IP b1s2 ONLINE
    >> Ora_IP b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> Ora_Mnt_INDEX b1s2 ONLINE
    >> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >> Ora_Mnt_INDEX b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> Ora_Mnt_INS b1s2 ONLINE
    >> Ora_Mnt_INS b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> Ora_Mnt_RBS b1s2 ONLINE
    >> Ora_Mnt_RBS b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >> Ora_Mnt_REPORTS b1s2 ONLINE
    >> Ora_Mnt_REPORTS b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> Ora_Mnt_STATS b1s2 ONLINE
    >> Ora_Mnt_STATS b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> Ora_Mnt_STATS_NDX b1s2 ONLINE
    >> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >> Ora_Mnt_STATS_NDX b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> Ora_Mnt_SYSTEM b1s2 ONLINE
    >> Ora_Mnt_SYSTEM b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> Ora_Mnt_TEMP b1s2 ONLINE
    >> Ora_Mnt_TEMP b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >> Ora_Mnt_TOOLS b1s2 ONLINE
    >> Ora_Mnt_TOOLS b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> Ora_Mnt_VALDTN b1s2 ONLINE
    >> Ora_Mnt_VALDTN b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> Ora_NIC b1s2 ONLINE
    >> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >> Ora_NIC b1s3 ONLINE
    >> Ora_Oracle b1s2 ONLINE
    >> Ora_Oracle b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> Ora_Sqlnet b1s2 ONLINE
    >> Ora_Sqlnet b1s3 OFFLINE
    >>
    >>
    >> How can I bring up the volumes on b1s3 server? Thanks.

    >
    >



  3. Re: How to get backup node online

    Looks like this is a fail-over config.

    It can only be online on 1 node at a time.

    do :

    hagrp -switch OracleGroup -to bls3


    If it is a parallel service group:

    hagrp -online OracleGroup -sys bls3



    "Carl Hoang" wrote in message
    news:401b3c08@ROSASTDMZ05....
    >
    > Here's the result of "hastatus -sum" command:
    >
    > # hastatus -sum
    >
    > -- SYSTEM STATE
    > -- System State Frozen
    >
    > A b1s2 RUNNING 0
    > A b1s3 RUNNING 0
    >
    > -- GROUP STATE
    > -- Group System Probed AutoDisabled State
    >
    > B OracleGroup b1s2 Y N ONLINE
    > B OracleGroup b1s3 Y N OFFLINE
    >
    > I can see the volumes on primary server b1s2 but no volumes on b1s3.
    >
    > On b1s2, these volumes:
    > # df
    > / (/dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0 ):16245904 blocks 1489702 files
    > /proc (/proc ): 0 blocks 4032 files
    > /dev/fd (fd ): 0 blocks 0 files
    > /etc/mnttab (mnttab ): 0 blocks 0 files
    > /var/run (swap ):10958912 blocks 446281 files
    > /tmp (swap ):10958912 blocks 446281 files
    > /valdtn (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/valdtn):68193568 blocks 1065510

    files
    > /temp (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/temp):69881168 blocks 1091891

    files
    > /tools (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/tools):45624928 blocks 712881

    files
    > /system (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/system):60982832 blocks 952842

    files
    > /stats_ndx (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/stats_ndx):66286576 blocks 1035726
    > files
    > /stats (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/stats):65767776 blocks 1027599

    files
    > /reports (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/reports):68268944 blocks 1066672
    > files
    > /rbs (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/rbs):64802384 blocks 1012527 files
    > /ins_ndx (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/index):26029936 blocks 406699

    files
    > /ins (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/ins):198483136 blocks 3101290

    files
    >
    > On b1s3, only these volumes:
    > # df
    > / (/dev/vx/dsk/rootvol):19110922 blocks 1490348 files
    > /proc (/proc ): 0 blocks 4053 files
    > /dev/fd (fd ): 0 blocks 0 files
    > /etc/mnttab (mnttab ): 0 blocks 0 files
    > /var/run (swap ):15327248 blocks 446293 files
    > /tmp (swap ):15327248 blocks 446293 files
    >
    > Here's result of "hastatus" command:
    > # hastatus
    > attempting to connect....connected
    >
    > group resource system message
    > --------------- -------------------- --------------- --------------------
    > b1s2 RUNNING
    > b1s3 RUNNING
    > OracleGroup b1s2 ONLINE
    > OracleGroup b1s3 OFFLINE
    > -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > datadg b1s2 ONLINE
    > datadg b1s3 OFFLINE
    > Ora_IP b1s2 ONLINE
    > Ora_IP b1s3 OFFLINE
    > Ora_Mnt_INDEX b1s2 ONLINE
    > -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > Ora_Mnt_INDEX b1s3 OFFLINE
    > Ora_Mnt_INS b1s2 ONLINE
    > Ora_Mnt_INS b1s3 OFFLINE
    > Ora_Mnt_RBS b1s2 ONLINE
    > Ora_Mnt_RBS b1s3 OFFLINE
    > -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > Ora_Mnt_REPORTS b1s2 ONLINE
    > Ora_Mnt_REPORTS b1s3 OFFLINE
    > Ora_Mnt_STATS b1s2 ONLINE
    > Ora_Mnt_STATS b1s3 OFFLINE
    > Ora_Mnt_STATS_NDX b1s2 ONLINE
    > -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > Ora_Mnt_STATS_NDX b1s3 OFFLINE
    > Ora_Mnt_SYSTEM b1s2 ONLINE
    > Ora_Mnt_SYSTEM b1s3 OFFLINE
    > Ora_Mnt_TEMP b1s2 ONLINE
    > Ora_Mnt_TEMP b1s3 OFFLINE
    > -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > Ora_Mnt_TOOLS b1s2 ONLINE
    > Ora_Mnt_TOOLS b1s3 OFFLINE
    > Ora_Mnt_VALDTN b1s2 ONLINE
    > Ora_Mnt_VALDTN b1s3 OFFLINE
    > Ora_NIC b1s2 ONLINE
    > -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > Ora_NIC b1s3 ONLINE
    > Ora_Oracle b1s2 ONLINE
    > Ora_Oracle b1s3 OFFLINE
    > Ora_Sqlnet b1s2 ONLINE
    > Ora_Sqlnet b1s3 OFFLINE
    >
    >
    > How can I bring up the volumes on b1s3 server? Thanks.




  4. Re: How to get backup node online

    Carl

    Rememeber with a fail-over configuration, the stuff can only be online on 1
    node at a time. You have to offline it first, before you can online it on
    the other node.

    The "hagrp -switch ...." will do that for you. It will offline it first, and
    then online it on the other node. If you just online it, it will fail,
    because it is already online on the other node.


    "Carl Hoang" wrote in message
    news:401bc278@ROSASTDMZ05....
    >
    > Yes it's a fail-over config.
    > When I did the switch, I can see volumes on B1S3 and not B1S2. I guess

    that's
    > working.
    > It gave me this error when I did the online command:
    >
    > # hagrp -online OracleGroup -sys b1s3
    > VCS:10165:Failover group OracleGroup is not completely offline in cluster
    >
    > Can both servers see the same volumes? Thanks.
    >
    > "Me" wrote:
    > >Looks like this is a fail-over config.
    > >
    > >It can only be online on 1 node at a time.
    > >
    > >do :
    > >
    > >hagrp -switch OracleGroup -to bls3
    > >
    > >
    > >If it is a parallel service group:
    > >
    > >hagrp -online OracleGroup -sys bls3
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >"Carl Hoang" wrote in message
    > >news:401b3c08@ROSASTDMZ05....
    > >>
    > >> Here's the result of "hastatus -sum" command:
    > >>
    > >> # hastatus -sum
    > >>
    > >> -- SYSTEM STATE
    > >> -- System State Frozen
    > >>
    > >> A b1s2 RUNNING 0
    > >> A b1s3 RUNNING 0
    > >>
    > >> -- GROUP STATE
    > >> -- Group System Probed AutoDisabled

    State
    > >>
    > >> B OracleGroup b1s2 Y N

    ONLINE
    > >> B OracleGroup b1s3 Y N

    OFFLINE
    > >>
    > >> I can see the volumes on primary server b1s2 but no volumes on b1s3.
    > >>
    > >> On b1s2, these volumes:
    > >> # df
    > >> / (/dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0 ):16245904 blocks 1489702 files
    > >> /proc (/proc ): 0 blocks 4032 files
    > >> /dev/fd (fd ): 0 blocks 0 files
    > >> /etc/mnttab (mnttab ): 0 blocks 0 files
    > >> /var/run (swap ):10958912 blocks 446281 files
    > >> /tmp (swap ):10958912 blocks 446281 files
    > >> /valdtn (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/valdtn):68193568 blocks 1065510

    > >files
    > >> /temp (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/temp):69881168 blocks 1091891

    > >files
    > >> /tools (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/tools):45624928 blocks 712881

    > >files
    > >> /system (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/system):60982832 blocks 952842

    > >files
    > >> /stats_ndx (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/stats_ndx):66286576 blocks

    1035726
    > >> files
    > >> /stats (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/stats):65767776 blocks 1027599

    > >files
    > >> /reports (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/reports):68268944 blocks

    1066672
    > >> files
    > >> /rbs (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/rbs):64802384 blocks 1012527

    files
    > >> /ins_ndx (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/index):26029936 blocks 406699

    > >files
    > >> /ins (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/ins):198483136 blocks 3101290

    > >files
    > >>
    > >> On b1s3, only these volumes:
    > >> # df
    > >> / (/dev/vx/dsk/rootvol):19110922 blocks 1490348 files
    > >> /proc (/proc ): 0 blocks 4053 files
    > >> /dev/fd (fd ): 0 blocks 0 files
    > >> /etc/mnttab (mnttab ): 0 blocks 0 files
    > >> /var/run (swap ):15327248 blocks 446293 files
    > >> /tmp (swap ):15327248 blocks 446293 files
    > >>
    > >> Here's result of "hastatus" command:
    > >> # hastatus
    > >> attempting to connect....connected
    > >>
    > >> group resource system message

    >
    >> --------------- -------------------- --------------- --------------------
    > >> b1s2 RUNNING
    > >> b1s3 RUNNING
    > >> OracleGroup b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> OracleGroup b1s3 OFFLINE

    >
    >> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > >> datadg b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> datadg b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> Ora_IP b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> Ora_IP b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> Ora_Mnt_INDEX b1s2 ONLINE

    >
    >> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > >> Ora_Mnt_INDEX b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> Ora_Mnt_INS b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> Ora_Mnt_INS b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> Ora_Mnt_RBS b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> Ora_Mnt_RBS b1s3 OFFLINE

    >
    >> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > >> Ora_Mnt_REPORTS b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> Ora_Mnt_REPORTS b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> Ora_Mnt_STATS b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> Ora_Mnt_STATS b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> Ora_Mnt_STATS_NDX b1s2 ONLINE

    >
    >> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > >> Ora_Mnt_STATS_NDX b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> Ora_Mnt_SYSTEM b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> Ora_Mnt_SYSTEM b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> Ora_Mnt_TEMP b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> Ora_Mnt_TEMP b1s3 OFFLINE

    >
    >> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > >> Ora_Mnt_TOOLS b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> Ora_Mnt_TOOLS b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> Ora_Mnt_VALDTN b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> Ora_Mnt_VALDTN b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> Ora_NIC b1s2 ONLINE

    >
    >> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > >> Ora_NIC b1s3 ONLINE
    > >> Ora_Oracle b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> Ora_Oracle b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> Ora_Sqlnet b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> Ora_Sqlnet b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> How can I bring up the volumes on b1s3 server? Thanks.

    > >
    > >

    >




  5. Re: How to get backup node online


    Is it possible for both servers B1S2 and B1S3 to see those volumes? As you
    can tell, I'm new at this. Thanks for your help.

    "Me" wrote:
    >Carl
    >
    >Rememeber with a fail-over configuration, the stuff can only be online on

    1
    >node at a time. You have to offline it first, before you can online it on
    >the other node.
    >
    >The "hagrp -switch ...." will do that for you. It will offline it first,

    and
    >then online it on the other node. If you just online it, it will fail,
    >because it is already online on the other node.
    >
    >
    >"Carl Hoang" wrote in message
    >news:401bc278@ROSASTDMZ05....
    >>
    >> Yes it's a fail-over config.
    >> When I did the switch, I can see volumes on B1S3 and not B1S2. I guess

    >that's
    >> working.
    >> It gave me this error when I did the online command:
    >>
    >> # hagrp -online OracleGroup -sys b1s3
    >> VCS:10165:Failover group OracleGroup is not completely offline in cluster
    >>
    >> Can both servers see the same volumes? Thanks.
    >>
    >> "Me" wrote:
    >> >Looks like this is a fail-over config.
    >> >
    >> >It can only be online on 1 node at a time.
    >> >
    >> >do :
    >> >
    >> >hagrp -switch OracleGroup -to bls3
    >> >
    >> >
    >> >If it is a parallel service group:
    >> >
    >> >hagrp -online OracleGroup -sys bls3
    >> >
    >> >
    >> >
    >> >"Carl Hoang" wrote in message
    >> >news:401b3c08@ROSASTDMZ05....
    >> >>
    >> >> Here's the result of "hastatus -sum" command:
    >> >>
    >> >> # hastatus -sum
    >> >>
    >> >> -- SYSTEM STATE
    >> >> -- System State Frozen
    >> >>
    >> >> A b1s2 RUNNING 0
    >> >> A b1s3 RUNNING 0
    >> >>
    >> >> -- GROUP STATE
    >> >> -- Group System Probed AutoDisabled

    >State
    >> >>
    >> >> B OracleGroup b1s2 Y N

    >ONLINE
    >> >> B OracleGroup b1s3 Y N

    >OFFLINE
    >> >>
    >> >> I can see the volumes on primary server b1s2 but no volumes on b1s3.
    >> >>
    >> >> On b1s2, these volumes:
    >> >> # df
    >> >> / (/dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0 ):16245904 blocks 1489702 files
    >> >> /proc (/proc ): 0 blocks 4032 files
    >> >> /dev/fd (fd ): 0 blocks 0 files
    >> >> /etc/mnttab (mnttab ): 0 blocks 0 files
    >> >> /var/run (swap ):10958912 blocks 446281 files
    >> >> /tmp (swap ):10958912 blocks 446281 files
    >> >> /valdtn (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/valdtn):68193568 blocks 1065510
    >> >files
    >> >> /temp (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/temp):69881168 blocks 1091891
    >> >files
    >> >> /tools (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/tools):45624928 blocks 712881
    >> >files
    >> >> /system (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/system):60982832 blocks 952842
    >> >files
    >> >> /stats_ndx (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/stats_ndx):66286576 blocks

    >1035726
    >> >> files
    >> >> /stats (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/stats):65767776 blocks 1027599
    >> >files
    >> >> /reports (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/reports):68268944 blocks

    >1066672
    >> >> files
    >> >> /rbs (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/rbs):64802384 blocks 1012527

    >files
    >> >> /ins_ndx (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/index):26029936 blocks 406699
    >> >files
    >> >> /ins (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/ins):198483136 blocks 3101290
    >> >files
    >> >>
    >> >> On b1s3, only these volumes:
    >> >> # df
    >> >> / (/dev/vx/dsk/rootvol):19110922 blocks 1490348 files
    >> >> /proc (/proc ): 0 blocks 4053 files
    >> >> /dev/fd (fd ): 0 blocks 0 files
    >> >> /etc/mnttab (mnttab ): 0 blocks 0 files
    >> >> /var/run (swap ):15327248 blocks 446293 files
    >> >> /tmp (swap ):15327248 blocks 446293 files
    >> >>
    >> >> Here's result of "hastatus" command:
    >> >> # hastatus
    >> >> attempting to connect....connected
    >> >>
    >> >> group resource system message

    >>
    >>> --------------- -------------------- --------------- --------------------
    >> >> b1s2 RUNNING
    >> >> b1s3 RUNNING
    >> >> OracleGroup b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> OracleGroup b1s3 OFFLINE

    >>
    >>> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >> >> datadg b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> datadg b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> Ora_IP b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> Ora_IP b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_INDEX b1s2 ONLINE

    >>
    >>> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_INDEX b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_INS b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_INS b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_RBS b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_RBS b1s3 OFFLINE

    >>
    >>> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_REPORTS b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_REPORTS b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_STATS b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_STATS b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_STATS_NDX b1s2 ONLINE

    >>
    >>> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_STATS_NDX b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_SYSTEM b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_SYSTEM b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_TEMP b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_TEMP b1s3 OFFLINE

    >>
    >>> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_TOOLS b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_TOOLS b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_VALDTN b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> Ora_Mnt_VALDTN b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> Ora_NIC b1s2 ONLINE

    >>
    >>> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >> >> Ora_NIC b1s3 ONLINE
    >> >> Ora_Oracle b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> Ora_Oracle b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> Ora_Sqlnet b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> Ora_Sqlnet b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >> How can I bring up the volumes on b1s3 server? Thanks.
    >> >
    >> >

    >>

    >
    >



  6. Re: How to get backup node online


    Thanks for the detailed answer. I believe I understand how it works now. You
    are very good! Thanks.

    "Me" wrote:
    >Carl
    >
    >
    >
    >There is a difference between seeing the volumes and using the volumes.
    >
    >Let's start at the beginning.
    >
    >Both the nodes should be able to see the physical disks.
    >
    >Then, you create a diskgroup and volumes.
    >
    >Now, both the nodes will be able to import the diskgroup and see the
    >volumes. The biggest thing is that once both nodes import the diskgroup,

    and
    >you want to make changes, both the nodes will try and write (different)
    >information to the disks. This will corrupt the configuration information
    >for both the nodes. Same goes for any file system that you create on the
    >volumes. If both nodes try to mount the same filesystem, and then start
    >making changes, they will not know what the other one is doing, and again,
    >you will get corruption.
    >
    >This means that you should import the diskgroup, volumes and file system

    on
    >only 1 node at a time. If the node dies, the other node should be able to
    >take over and import the diskgroup. (This is called a fail-over
    >configuration).
    >
    >
    >***
    >There are special cases where both nodes want to see the same volumes, mount
    >the same filesystem, without corruption (Oracle RAC or Oracle Parallel
    >Server are good examples). Veritas has a product called SanPoint Foundation
    >Suite (SPFS) that will allow you to do this. Basically, they update the
    >configuration information for the volumes and the filesystem between the
    >nodes, so that if any update happens, both the nodes will make the same
    >changes in their configuration. Veritas calls this Cluster Volume Manager
    >(CVM) and Cluster File System (CFS). If you want to know more about that,
    >just ask.
    >***
    >
    >Now, back to your fail-over configuration.
    >
    >Only 1 node at a time should have the diskgroup imported. Do "vxdg list"

    on
    >both the nodes. Only 1 will have the diskgroup listed.
    >
    >On the node with the diskgroup imported, you can also do a "vxprint -th"

    and
    >see the volumes. The other node, you will not see the volumes.
    >
    >To verify that the other node can see the disks, you can do "vxdisk -o
    >alldgs list". This will show you a list of all the disks that the node knows
    >about. It will show you the disks from the diskgroup, but the name of the
    >diskgroup will be in "(" and ")" brackets. This means that it is not
    >imported on this machine. (If you do the same on the node where the
    >diskgroup is imported, you will see the name of the diskgroup without the
    >"(" and ")" brackets).
    >
    >All of the above is pure Volume Manager stuff.
    >Your next question might be how does VCS handle this ?
    >
    >In VCS (Veritas Cluster Server), you have resources. A resource is a single
    >entity that you can switch on or off. You have Diskgroup resources, IP
    >resources, Volume resources, Mount resources, ...........
    >
    >You group resources that belong together, in a Service Group.
    >
    >Example. You want to NFS share some volumes. Normally that means that you
    >will have a DiskGoup, some volumes, a "floating" IP address for the NFS
    >clients to connect to, and the NFS daemons. If you want the other node to
    >take over, you want all of these resources to go together to the other node.
    >Thus, you would group these resources together in a Service Group.
    >
    >For your configuration, the Diskgroup and Mount Points are part of a Service
    >Group, as is the Oracle Application, the listener (Sqlnet) and the
    >"floating" IP that your clients will use to connect to your database. As

    you
    >want to be able to fail all of this over to the other node (if anything
    >happens to the one that it is runnig on at the moment), you group this
    >together into a Service Group called OracleGroup.
    >
    >When you online the service group, VCS will do the following:
    >
    >It will import the diskgroup
    >It will start the volumes
    >It will mount the file systems on the mount points specified
    >It will start the Oracle Database
    >It will plumb an interface and ifconfig an IP address for the clients to
    >connect to
    >It will start the Oracle listener
    >
    >
    >If you offline the Service Group, it will offline the resources in reverse
    >order:
    >
    >It will stop the Oracle listener
    >It will unplumb the IP interface
    >It will stop the Oracle database
    >It will unmount the file systems
    >It will stop the volumes (if specified)
    >It will deport the diskgroup
    >
    >
    >(The order this happens in, is determined by the relation between
    >resources - also called the links between resource or dependencies)
    >
    >
    >As explained above, you do not want the resources to be online on more than
    >one machine at a time (what will happend if you have 2 machines that try

    to
    >config the same IP address ?? or 2 machines that mount the same file systems
    >?)
    >
    >That is why you want the Service Group offline on the one machine, before
    >bringing it online on the other one.
    >
    >As explained in my first post, if you want the Service Group offline on

    one
    >, and online on the other one, you can use the "hagrp -switch" command (or
    >use the "hagrp -offline" followed by the "hagrp -online" commands). Yep,

    the
    >"hagrp" command, will operate on Service Groups (grp)
    >
    >
    >
    >I hope that clears it up a bit. There is a much longer (and clearer)
    >discussion of this in the User Guide (just go to http://support.vertias.com
    >, select the Cluster Server for UNIX, and get a list of all the
    >documentation. The Guide is available for download in PDF format)
    >
    >If you have more questions, go for it.
    >
    >I'll see how much I can answer for you. (damn, Veritas should start paying
    >me for this, hehehe)
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >"Carl Hoang" wrote in message
    >news:401d2e1a@ROSASTDMZ05....
    >>
    >> Is it possible for both servers B1S2 and B1S3 to see those volumes? As

    you
    >> can tell, I'm new at this. Thanks for your help.
    >>
    >> "Me" wrote:
    >> >Carl
    >> >
    >> >Rememeber with a fail-over configuration, the stuff can only be online

    on
    >> 1
    >> >node at a time. You have to offline it first, before you can online it

    on
    >> >the other node.
    >> >
    >> >The "hagrp -switch ...." will do that for you. It will offline it first,

    >> and
    >> >then online it on the other node. If you just online it, it will fail,
    >> >because it is already online on the other node.
    >> >
    >> >
    >> >"Carl Hoang" wrote in message
    >> >news:401bc278@ROSASTDMZ05....
    >> >>
    >> >> Yes it's a fail-over config.
    >> >> When I did the switch, I can see volumes on B1S3 and not B1S2. I guess
    >> >that's
    >> >> working.
    >> >> It gave me this error when I did the online command:
    >> >>
    >> >> # hagrp -online OracleGroup -sys b1s3
    >> >> VCS:10165:Failover group OracleGroup is not completely offline in

    >cluster
    >> >>
    >> >> Can both servers see the same volumes? Thanks.
    >> >>
    >> >> "Me" wrote:
    >> >> >Looks like this is a fail-over config.
    >> >> >
    >> >> >It can only be online on 1 node at a time.
    >> >> >
    >> >> >do :
    >> >> >
    >> >> >hagrp -switch OracleGroup -to bls3
    >> >> >
    >> >> >
    >> >> >If it is a parallel service group:
    >> >> >
    >> >> >hagrp -online OracleGroup -sys bls3
    >> >> >
    >> >> >
    >> >> >
    >> >> >"Carl Hoang" wrote in message
    >> >> >news:401b3c08@ROSASTDMZ05....
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> Here's the result of "hastatus -sum" command:
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> # hastatus -sum
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> -- SYSTEM STATE
    >> >> >> -- System State Frozen
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> A b1s2 RUNNING 0
    >> >> >> A b1s3 RUNNING 0
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> -- GROUP STATE
    >> >> >> -- Group System Probed AutoDisabled
    >> >State
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> B OracleGroup b1s2 Y N
    >> >ONLINE
    >> >> >> B OracleGroup b1s3 Y N
    >> >OFFLINE
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> I can see the volumes on primary server b1s2 but no volumes on b1s3.
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> On b1s2, these volumes:
    >> >> >> # df
    >> >> >> / (/dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0 ):16245904 blocks 1489702

    >files
    >> >> >> /proc (/proc ): 0 blocks 4032

    >files
    >> >> >> /dev/fd (fd ): 0 blocks 0

    >files
    >> >> >> /etc/mnttab (mnttab ): 0 blocks 0

    >files
    >> >> >> /var/run (swap ):10958912 blocks 446281

    >files
    >> >> >> /tmp (swap ):10958912 blocks 446281

    >files
    >> >> >> /valdtn (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/valdtn):68193568 blocks

    >1065510
    >> >> >files
    >> >> >> /temp (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/temp):69881168 blocks

    >1091891
    >> >> >files
    >> >> >> /tools (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/tools):45624928 blocks

    >712881
    >> >> >files
    >> >> >> /system (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/system):60982832 blocks

    >952842
    >> >> >files
    >> >> >> /stats_ndx (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/stats_ndx):66286576 blocks
    >> >1035726
    >> >> >> files
    >> >> >> /stats (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/stats):65767776 blocks

    >1027599
    >> >> >files
    >> >> >> /reports (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/reports):68268944 blocks
    >> >1066672
    >> >> >> files
    >> >> >> /rbs (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/rbs):64802384 blocks 1012527
    >> >files
    >> >> >> /ins_ndx (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/index):26029936 blocks

    >406699
    >> >> >files
    >> >> >> /ins (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/ins):198483136 blocks

    >3101290
    >> >> >files
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> On b1s3, only these volumes:
    >> >> >> # df
    >> >> >> / (/dev/vx/dsk/rootvol):19110922 blocks 1490348

    >files
    >> >> >> /proc (/proc ): 0 blocks 4053

    >files
    >> >> >> /dev/fd (fd ): 0 blocks 0

    >files
    >> >> >> /etc/mnttab (mnttab ): 0 blocks 0

    >files
    >> >> >> /var/run (swap ):15327248 blocks 446293

    >files
    >> >> >> /tmp (swap ):15327248 blocks 446293

    >files
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> Here's result of "hastatus" command:
    >> >> >> # hastatus
    >> >> >> attempting to connect....connected
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> group resource system message
    >> >>

    >>
    >>>> --------------- -------------------- --------------- -------------------

    >-
    >> >> >> b1s2 RUNNING
    >> >> >> b1s3 RUNNING
    >> >> >> OracleGroup b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> >> OracleGroup b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >>

    >>
    >>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    >-
    >> >> >> datadg b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> >> datadg b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_IP b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_IP b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_INDEX b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >>

    >>
    >>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    >-
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_INDEX b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_INS b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_INS b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_RBS b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_RBS b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >>

    >>
    >>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    >-
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_REPORTS b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_REPORTS b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_STATS b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_STATS b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_STATS_NDX b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >>

    >>
    >>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    >-
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_STATS_NDX b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_SYSTEM b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_SYSTEM b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_TEMP b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_TEMP b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >>

    >>
    >>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    >-
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_TOOLS b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_TOOLS b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_VALDTN b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Mnt_VALDTN b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_NIC b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >>

    >>
    >>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    >-
    >> >> >> Ora_NIC b1s3 ONLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Oracle b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Oracle b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Sqlnet b1s2 ONLINE
    >> >> >> Ora_Sqlnet b1s3 OFFLINE
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> How can I bring up the volumes on b1s3 server? Thanks.
    >> >> >
    >> >> >
    >> >>
    >> >
    >> >

    >>

    >
    >



  7. Re: How to get backup node online

    Carl



    There is a difference between seeing the volumes and using the volumes.

    Let's start at the beginning.

    Both the nodes should be able to see the physical disks.

    Then, you create a diskgroup and volumes.

    Now, both the nodes will be able to import the diskgroup and see the
    volumes. The biggest thing is that once both nodes import the diskgroup, and
    you want to make changes, both the nodes will try and write (different)
    information to the disks. This will corrupt the configuration information
    for both the nodes. Same goes for any file system that you create on the
    volumes. If both nodes try to mount the same filesystem, and then start
    making changes, they will not know what the other one is doing, and again,
    you will get corruption.

    This means that you should import the diskgroup, volumes and file system on
    only 1 node at a time. If the node dies, the other node should be able to
    take over and import the diskgroup. (This is called a fail-over
    configuration).


    ***
    There are special cases where both nodes want to see the same volumes, mount
    the same filesystem, without corruption (Oracle RAC or Oracle Parallel
    Server are good examples). Veritas has a product called SanPoint Foundation
    Suite (SPFS) that will allow you to do this. Basically, they update the
    configuration information for the volumes and the filesystem between the
    nodes, so that if any update happens, both the nodes will make the same
    changes in their configuration. Veritas calls this Cluster Volume Manager
    (CVM) and Cluster File System (CFS). If you want to know more about that,
    just ask.
    ***

    Now, back to your fail-over configuration.

    Only 1 node at a time should have the diskgroup imported. Do "vxdg list" on
    both the nodes. Only 1 will have the diskgroup listed.

    On the node with the diskgroup imported, you can also do a "vxprint -th" and
    see the volumes. The other node, you will not see the volumes.

    To verify that the other node can see the disks, you can do "vxdisk -o
    alldgs list". This will show you a list of all the disks that the node knows
    about. It will show you the disks from the diskgroup, but the name of the
    diskgroup will be in "(" and ")" brackets. This means that it is not
    imported on this machine. (If you do the same on the node where the
    diskgroup is imported, you will see the name of the diskgroup without the
    "(" and ")" brackets).

    All of the above is pure Volume Manager stuff.
    Your next question might be how does VCS handle this ?

    In VCS (Veritas Cluster Server), you have resources. A resource is a single
    entity that you can switch on or off. You have Diskgroup resources, IP
    resources, Volume resources, Mount resources, ...........

    You group resources that belong together, in a Service Group.

    Example. You want to NFS share some volumes. Normally that means that you
    will have a DiskGoup, some volumes, a "floating" IP address for the NFS
    clients to connect to, and the NFS daemons. If you want the other node to
    take over, you want all of these resources to go together to the other node.
    Thus, you would group these resources together in a Service Group.

    For your configuration, the Diskgroup and Mount Points are part of a Service
    Group, as is the Oracle Application, the listener (Sqlnet) and the
    "floating" IP that your clients will use to connect to your database. As you
    want to be able to fail all of this over to the other node (if anything
    happens to the one that it is runnig on at the moment), you group this
    together into a Service Group called OracleGroup.

    When you online the service group, VCS will do the following:

    It will import the diskgroup
    It will start the volumes
    It will mount the file systems on the mount points specified
    It will start the Oracle Database
    It will plumb an interface and ifconfig an IP address for the clients to
    connect to
    It will start the Oracle listener


    If you offline the Service Group, it will offline the resources in reverse
    order:

    It will stop the Oracle listener
    It will unplumb the IP interface
    It will stop the Oracle database
    It will unmount the file systems
    It will stop the volumes (if specified)
    It will deport the diskgroup


    (The order this happens in, is determined by the relation between
    resources - also called the links between resource or dependencies)


    As explained above, you do not want the resources to be online on more than
    one machine at a time (what will happend if you have 2 machines that try to
    config the same IP address ?? or 2 machines that mount the same file systems
    ?)

    That is why you want the Service Group offline on the one machine, before
    bringing it online on the other one.

    As explained in my first post, if you want the Service Group offline on one
    , and online on the other one, you can use the "hagrp -switch" command (or
    use the "hagrp -offline" followed by the "hagrp -online" commands). Yep, the
    "hagrp" command, will operate on Service Groups (grp)



    I hope that clears it up a bit. There is a much longer (and clearer)
    discussion of this in the User Guide (just go to http://support.vertias.com
    , select the Cluster Server for UNIX, and get a list of all the
    documentation. The Guide is available for download in PDF format)

    If you have more questions, go for it.

    I'll see how much I can answer for you. (damn, Veritas should start paying
    me for this, hehehe)




    "Carl Hoang" wrote in message
    news:401d2e1a@ROSASTDMZ05....
    >
    > Is it possible for both servers B1S2 and B1S3 to see those volumes? As you
    > can tell, I'm new at this. Thanks for your help.
    >
    > "Me" wrote:
    > >Carl
    > >
    > >Rememeber with a fail-over configuration, the stuff can only be online on

    > 1
    > >node at a time. You have to offline it first, before you can online it on
    > >the other node.
    > >
    > >The "hagrp -switch ...." will do that for you. It will offline it first,

    > and
    > >then online it on the other node. If you just online it, it will fail,
    > >because it is already online on the other node.
    > >
    > >
    > >"Carl Hoang" wrote in message
    > >news:401bc278@ROSASTDMZ05....
    > >>
    > >> Yes it's a fail-over config.
    > >> When I did the switch, I can see volumes on B1S3 and not B1S2. I guess

    > >that's
    > >> working.
    > >> It gave me this error when I did the online command:
    > >>
    > >> # hagrp -online OracleGroup -sys b1s3
    > >> VCS:10165:Failover group OracleGroup is not completely offline in

    cluster
    > >>
    > >> Can both servers see the same volumes? Thanks.
    > >>
    > >> "Me" wrote:
    > >> >Looks like this is a fail-over config.
    > >> >
    > >> >It can only be online on 1 node at a time.
    > >> >
    > >> >do :
    > >> >
    > >> >hagrp -switch OracleGroup -to bls3
    > >> >
    > >> >
    > >> >If it is a parallel service group:
    > >> >
    > >> >hagrp -online OracleGroup -sys bls3
    > >> >
    > >> >
    > >> >
    > >> >"Carl Hoang" wrote in message
    > >> >news:401b3c08@ROSASTDMZ05....
    > >> >>
    > >> >> Here's the result of "hastatus -sum" command:
    > >> >>
    > >> >> # hastatus -sum
    > >> >>
    > >> >> -- SYSTEM STATE
    > >> >> -- System State Frozen
    > >> >>
    > >> >> A b1s2 RUNNING 0
    > >> >> A b1s3 RUNNING 0
    > >> >>
    > >> >> -- GROUP STATE
    > >> >> -- Group System Probed AutoDisabled

    > >State
    > >> >>
    > >> >> B OracleGroup b1s2 Y N

    > >ONLINE
    > >> >> B OracleGroup b1s3 Y N

    > >OFFLINE
    > >> >>
    > >> >> I can see the volumes on primary server b1s2 but no volumes on b1s3.
    > >> >>
    > >> >> On b1s2, these volumes:
    > >> >> # df
    > >> >> / (/dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0 ):16245904 blocks 1489702

    files
    > >> >> /proc (/proc ): 0 blocks 4032

    files
    > >> >> /dev/fd (fd ): 0 blocks 0

    files
    > >> >> /etc/mnttab (mnttab ): 0 blocks 0

    files
    > >> >> /var/run (swap ):10958912 blocks 446281

    files
    > >> >> /tmp (swap ):10958912 blocks 446281

    files
    > >> >> /valdtn (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/valdtn):68193568 blocks

    1065510
    > >> >files
    > >> >> /temp (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/temp):69881168 blocks

    1091891
    > >> >files
    > >> >> /tools (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/tools):45624928 blocks

    712881
    > >> >files
    > >> >> /system (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/system):60982832 blocks

    952842
    > >> >files
    > >> >> /stats_ndx (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/stats_ndx):66286576 blocks

    > >1035726
    > >> >> files
    > >> >> /stats (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/stats):65767776 blocks

    1027599
    > >> >files
    > >> >> /reports (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/reports):68268944 blocks

    > >1066672
    > >> >> files
    > >> >> /rbs (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/rbs):64802384 blocks 1012527

    > >files
    > >> >> /ins_ndx (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/index):26029936 blocks

    406699
    > >> >files
    > >> >> /ins (/dev/vx/dsk/datadg/ins):198483136 blocks

    3101290
    > >> >files
    > >> >>
    > >> >> On b1s3, only these volumes:
    > >> >> # df
    > >> >> / (/dev/vx/dsk/rootvol):19110922 blocks 1490348

    files
    > >> >> /proc (/proc ): 0 blocks 4053

    files
    > >> >> /dev/fd (fd ): 0 blocks 0

    files
    > >> >> /etc/mnttab (mnttab ): 0 blocks 0

    files
    > >> >> /var/run (swap ):15327248 blocks 446293

    files
    > >> >> /tmp (swap ):15327248 blocks 446293

    files
    > >> >>
    > >> >> Here's result of "hastatus" command:
    > >> >> # hastatus
    > >> >> attempting to connect....connected
    > >> >>
    > >> >> group resource system message
    > >>

    >
    >>> --------------- -------------------- --------------- -------------------

    -
    > >> >> b1s2 RUNNING
    > >> >> b1s3 RUNNING
    > >> >> OracleGroup b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> >> OracleGroup b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >>

    >
    >>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    -
    > >> >> datadg b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> >> datadg b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> >> Ora_IP b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> >> Ora_IP b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_INDEX b1s2 ONLINE
    > >>

    >
    >>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    -
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_INDEX b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_INS b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_INS b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_RBS b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_RBS b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >>

    >
    >>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    -
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_REPORTS b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_REPORTS b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_STATS b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_STATS b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_STATS_NDX b1s2 ONLINE
    > >>

    >
    >>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    -
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_STATS_NDX b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_SYSTEM b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_SYSTEM b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_TEMP b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_TEMP b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >>

    >
    >>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    -
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_TOOLS b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_TOOLS b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_VALDTN b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Mnt_VALDTN b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> >> Ora_NIC b1s2 ONLINE
    > >>

    >
    >>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    -
    > >> >> Ora_NIC b1s3 ONLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Oracle b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Oracle b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Sqlnet b1s2 ONLINE
    > >> >> Ora_Sqlnet b1s3 OFFLINE
    > >> >>
    > >> >>
    > >> >> How can I bring up the volumes on b1s3 server? Thanks.
    > >> >
    > >> >
    > >>

    > >
    > >

    >




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