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RTR problem...

 
Accullise
Frequent Advisor

RTR problem...

Hi freinds...
we have four alpha nodes in cluster.
when i put the DCL command RTR MON CONNECT it shows the connection b/w the node is down.But the MONCLUS command and SHOW clus command are showing all the nodes are in the member state.
can any one tell me what is the problem with that?
NOTE: These two nodes are the front end servers.


Node ->Link State Arch T'port Fail-reason
xxxx->yyyy down ? TCP connect timeout
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Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: RTR problem...

I know nothing, but I'd assume that "RTR MON
CONNECT" is trying to talk to the RTR
software on the other node. Is _that_
running (properly)?

> But the MONCLUS command [...]

alp $ MONCLUS
%DCL-W-IVVERB, unrecognized command verb - check validity and spelling
\MONCLUS\

MONITOR CLUSTER or SHOW CLUSTER doesn't
really care if the RTR software is running
anywhere.

Can you talk to the other node using any
other TCP/IP stuff (Telnet, ping, ...)?
Accullise
Frequent Advisor

Re: RTR problem...

No. Both nodes having same configurations..
But when i try to telnet the x node to y node using following command.

telnet xx.xx.xx.xx/port=46000

%TELNET-I-TRYING, Trying ... xx.xx.xx.xx
%TELNET-I-SESSION, Session 01, host xx.xx.xx.xx, port 46000
-TELNET-I-ESCAPE, Escape character is ^]

After this line there is no response.. what could be the reason can anyone help me?
Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: RTR problem...

> Can you talk to the other node using any
> other TCP/IP stuff (Telnet, ping, ...)?

I meant normal Telnet, not Telnet to what I
assume must be an RTR port.

> After this line there is no response.. [...]

Apparently, the RTR software is not running
properly on that system, although I don't
know how properly running RTR software
behaves when you use Telnet to connect to
that port.

Have you tried restarting the RTR software on
the problem node?

The RTR manual I found:

http://h71000.www7.hp.com/doc/82final/rtr/rtrsmm.pdf

suggests:

http://:46000/rtr_main.html

So I would use a Web browser, not Telnet, to
talk to port 46000.
John Gillings
Honored Contributor

Re: RTR problem...

sarankumar,

Check all nodes in your cluster for TCPIP connections on ports 46000, 46001 and 46002. You should see listeners on 46000 and 46001, and connections established in both directions on 46002.

Also check RTR SHOW NODE on each node.

Your telnet test shows that something has responded to port 46000, which is positive. That you can't type RTR protocol is no surprise.

Each node should have processes RTRACP, RTRD and RTR_ (at least). Make sure RTR is correctly configured and started on all nodes.

A crucible of informative mistakes
Accullise
Frequent Advisor

Re: RTR problem...

thanks stevan....

whenever i am using telnet and ping commands its working and the commands completed successfully. but when i mentioning the port 46000 in my offline server, there is no response after some lines what i mentioned earlier.but from our other nodes, it displays


tel xx.xx.xx.xx/port=46000
%TELNET-I-TRYING, Trying ... xx.xx.xx.xx
%TELNET-E-CONNFAIL, Failed to connect to remote host
-SYSTEM-F-REJECT, connect to network object rejected.

RTR application also be restarted. now also the rtr mon connect shows the x node to y node link is down and i cant telnet via 46000.

CAN U TELL ME WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?
WHAT ARE THE COMMANDS I WANT TO CHECK?
Accullise
Frequent Advisor

Re: RTR problem...

THANKS JOHN....

can u tell me how to check the tcpip connections.when i check here it shows error.
so will u please tell me what are the commands to check the tcpip?

and also i can't connect rtr with web browser
http://xx.xx.xx.xx:46000/rtr_main.html but all nodes has the required RTR processes what u mentioned earlier.....

All nodes having same values when I check with RTR SHOW NODE command.

so plese tell me what are the values i want to check with and also tell what are the commands to check?
Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: RTR problem...

> tel xx.xx.xx.xx/port=46000
> %TELNET-I-TRYING, Trying ... xx.xx.xx.xx
> %TELNET-E-CONNFAIL, Failed to connect to remote host
> -SYSTEM-F-REJECT, connect to network object rejected.

This looks like what a UNIX system would call
"connection refused" (ECONNREFUSED), that is
you can reach the other system, but there's
no program listening at port 46000. In other
words, your RTR Web server is not running on
that system.

> [...] and i cant telnet via 46000.

And I don't know what that means. Please
show actual commands with actual output.
Don't provide only your interpretation of
what happened.

> whenever i am using telnet and ping
> commands its working and the commands
> completed successfully.

Ok. It sounds as if the basic TCP/IP
networking is good, and all your problems are
in the RTR software. [...]

CAN U TELL ME WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?

All I know about RTR is whare to find the
manual. (And how to spell "you" the way
grown-ups do.)
labadie_1
Honored Contributor

Re: RTR problem...

Can you do
$ mc sysman set env/clu
do ucx sh dev /port=46000/fu

and post it ?

It may help.
Accullise
Frequent Advisor

Re: RTR problem...

hi friend,

here is the output for what you mentioned above...

ucx sh dev/port=46000/ful
Device_socket: bg268 Type: STREAM
LOCAL REMOTE
Port: 46000 0
Host: * *
Service:

RECEIVE SEND
Queued I/O 0 0
Q0LEN 0 Socket buffer bytes 0 0
QLEN 0 Socket buffer quota 61440 61440
QLIMIT 769 Total buffer alloc 0 0
TIMEO 0 Total buffer limit 491520 491520
ERROR 0 Buffer or I/O waits 517 0
OOBMARK 0 Buffer or I/O drops 0 0
I/O completed 519 0
Bytes transferred 0 0

Options: ACCEPT REUSEADR KEEP
State: PRIV
RCV Buff: WAIT
SND Buff: None