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Increase the time between checks the listener status.

 
estonolose
Advisor

Increase the time between checks the listener status.


I have a Service Guard in Redhat with an Oracle database 10g. I want to change the interval between checks the listener status. Now, when fails I get an error three times in a row.

Feb 13 12:36:29 - Node "nodo1" Oracle Listener LISTENER_NODO1 Failure detected!
Feb 13 12:36:29 - Node "nodo1" *** /usr/local/cmcluster/pkg/BDCE/toolkit.sh called with monitor_listener argument. ***
Feb 13 12:36:29 - Node "nodo1" Oracle Listener LISTENER_NODO1 Failure detected!
Feb 13 12:36:29 - Node "nodo1" *** /usr/local/cmcluster/pkg/BDCE/toolkit.sh called with monitor_listener argument. ***
Feb 13 12:36:29 - Node "nodo1" Oracle Listener LISTENER_NODO1 Failure detected!
Feb 13 12:36:29 - Node "nodo1" *** /usr/local/cmcluster/pkg/BDCE/toolkit.sh called with monitor_listener argument. ***

I have seen the MONITOR_INTERVAL parameter in hdaoracle.conf file but its value is 60. What's the parameter to delay the interval between checks?.

Thanks.

8 REPLIES
Jeeshan
Honored Contributor

Re: Increase the time between checks the listener status.

check the package configuration file.
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estonolose
Advisor

Re: Increase the time between checks the listener status.

I have seen the package configuration file but I don't know what is the parameter that I have to change.
Serviceguard for Linux
Honored Contributor

Re: Increase the time between checks the listener status.

When a listener failure occurs, and the service is restarted, in the later versions of toolkit, the log messages should be different from the ones listed.

Can you give version information for the Oracle toolkit and SGLX & distro info. Also, have you configured listener monitoring service restarts.
estonolose
Advisor

Re: Increase the time between checks the listener status.


The service guard version is 11.16. For the toolkit I have seen the the Version A.03.00 in a readme file in /usr/local/cmcluster/pkg/BDCE directory, but I'm not sure that this is the version. Where can I see this?.

The OS is Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS release 4 (Nahant Update 4).



Serviceguard for Linux
Honored Contributor

Re: Increase the time between checks the listener status.

First, 11.16 is out of support.

rpm -qa | fgrep toolkit

will list the rpm name (including version) of the Oracle toolkit
estonolose
Advisor

Re: Increase the time between checks the listener status.


These are the versions of SG and Toolkit.

root@nodo1:/etc> rpm -qa | egrep 'toolkit|guard'
oracle-toolkit-A.03.00-0
serviceguard-A.11.16.07-0


estonolose
Advisor

Re: Increase the time between checks the listener status.


Nobody knows what's the parameter that I have to change?.

Regards,
Serviceguard for Linux
Honored Contributor

Re: Increase the time between checks the listener status.

The monitor interval can be modified by editing the value of the parameter MONITOR_INTERVAL in the toolkit configuration file haoracle.conf.