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INTERnet ACP AUXS error in operator.log..

 
Accullise
Frequent Advisor

Re: INTERnet ACP AUXS error in operator.log..

i attached the file ....
please notice that...
can u tell me what is the exact problem...
what could be the cause for that?
i checked with my nodes, all interfaces are working fine..
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labadie_1
Honored Contributor

Re: INTERnet ACP AUXS error in operator.log..

Hello

You should uncomment a few lines in your file, in order to have valid values for the various parameters, like info_poll, warn_poll, retry_warn...

Uncomment a line means removing the leading #
Accullise
Frequent Advisor

Re: INTERnet ACP AUXS error in operator.log..

thanks...
i cant understand which parameters i have to uncomment... will you please change that file and resend it here...
Accullise
Frequent Advisor

Re: INTERnet ACP AUXS error in operator.log..

What i have sent is the alpha server file....
we have 4 alpha servers. All have been working for the past 3 years without this problem.Last month we added the Itanium to that existing cluster. Is there any problem with that..
labadie_1
Honored Contributor

Re: INTERnet ACP AUXS error in operator.log..

There should not be a problem with the Itanium.

The parameters in the config file can be the same, except for the Network device name which can be different on each node.
Accullise
Frequent Advisor

Re: INTERnet ACP AUXS error in operator.log..

i checked with my all nodes....
all alpha servers are working with its IE0 interface and standby also in active...In
Itanium server interface IE0 is configured as a standby and i found it is failed. But the operator log shows, failsafe started on all other nodes(29th May). Itanium interface IE0 is failed from 19th may.

So i want to clarify what are the possible causes for that problem....How to identify the cause...
Jan van den Ende
Honored Contributor

Re: INTERnet ACP AUXS error in operator.log..

sarankumar,

It is entirely possible that the I64 system has a different type of network device.

What does

$ TCPIP SHO INTERFACE

give as network device?

If that is NOT ie0, then replace ie0 by the actual interface name in your config file.

hth

Proost.

Have one on me.

jpe
Don't rust yours pelled jacker to fine doll missed aches.