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Trng
Super Advisor

CMVEWCL

hI,

MY OS 11.11 two node cluster with single package (11.16 MCSG).i am root user but i am not able to issue cmviewcl ,cmgetconf etc etc ..package is up and running fine .

error while giving cmviewcl

# cmviewcl
cmviewcl : Cannot view the cluster configuration.
Either this node is not configured in a cluster, user doesn't have
access to view the cluster configuration, or there is some obstacle
to viewing the configuration. Check the syslog file for more information.
For a list of possible causes, see the Serviceguard manual for cmviewcl.



what may be the problem ..how to trouble shoot it ?pls help

rgds
trng
administrator
5 REPLIES
Matti_Kurkela
Honored Contributor

Re: CMVEWCL

Relax, don't panic. Take a deep breath.

The system already answered your questions.

> what may be the problem...

"Either:
- this node is not configured in a cluster,
- user doesn't have access to view the cluster configuration, or
- there is some obstacle to viewing the configuration"

> how to troubleshoot it?

"Check the syslog file for more information.
For a list of possible causes, see the Serviceguard manual for cmviewcl."

If you already have examined the syslog but did not understand something in there, please show us the part you did not understand so we may help you.

If you have already checked the possible causes listed in the manual or could not find them, please say so. We are not mind readers here.

If you don't have the ServiceGuard manual handy in paper form, find it in the High-Availability section of docs.hp.com:
http://docs.hp.com/en/ha.html

MK
MK
Mark McDonald_2
Trusted Contributor

Re: CMVEWCL

Is this error on both servers? I guess not because you know the package is running.

Has the cluster binary got corrupted? Copy the contents of /etc/cmcluster on the working node to the other node.
sujit kumar singh
Honored Contributor

Re: CMVEWCL

Hi,


ON the other node is cmviewcl working?

Obviously u need to refer to the /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log for the possible error mesages and


on the other node try by running:

#cmviewcl
#cmviewcl -v
#cmviewconf

and see if this node said as configured in the cluster.

Also u can more analyse using the commands
#cmscancl >> /tmp/scancl.out


On this node try checking the file /etc/inetd.conf so as to check that

hacl-cfg
hacl-hb
are enabled
if u make changes for enabling these please make sure that u do a

#inetd -c


Regards
Sujit
Trng
Super Advisor

Re: CMVEWCL

Dear All,

cmviewcl is giving proper output sometimes from both nodes..package is up and running fine .

cmgetconf -c sd_cluster /tmp/test.txt
cmgetconf : Unable to get cluster configuration information for cluster sd_cluster.
Either cluster sd_cluster is not configured, or the user doesn't
have access to get the cluster configuration.

If we try cmviewcl after this ,then cmviewcl is taking time to give the output (around 1-2 min)...

i have checked cmclnodelist/inetd.conf/.rhosts/nsswitch.conf and /etc/hosts..


what does the error indicates ?
administrator
Johnson Punniyalingam
Honored Contributor

Re: CMVEWCL

>>If we try cmviewcl after this ,then cmviewcl is taking time to give the output (around 1-2 min)...<<<

Keeping the above info in the mind, I would also prefer to check my network bottle neck.?

how about you lancards status.? on both of your nodes in the Cluster.? Heatbeat .?

Thanks
Johnson
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