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Hostname = CONFIGURATION_ERROR

Nikki-8)
Occasional Contributor

Hostname = CONFIGURATION_ERROR

Hi

When I do a clu_get_info it comes up with

Cluster memberid = 23
Hostname = CONFIGURATION_ERROR
Cluster interconnect IP name = CONFIGURATION_ERROR
Member state = UP

so the server is up (I'm logged onto it) but it says configuration error. Also another note is that we couldn't get the other cluster member up so we only have the one member and the quorum disk.

thanks
3 REPLIES
Venkatesh BL
Honored Contributor

Re: Hostname = CONFIGURATION_ERROR

The manpage says:
If the member is down and its /etc/rc.config file contains illegal values, clu_get_info displays CONFIGURATION_ERROR in the related fields. An example is provided in the EXAMPLES section.

But, in your case, the member is UP...

Did you visually check for any anomalies in the rc.config file?.

Does 'hostname' command give you the proper output?
Ivan Ferreira
Honored Contributor

Re: Hostname = CONFIGURATION_ERROR

You should check the if the correct host name is (and no extra characters or non printable characters) are in the following files:

/etc/rc.config (HOSTNAME)
/etc/hosts
/etc/sysconfigtab (cluster_node_name, cluster_node_inter_name)
Por que hacerlo dificil si es posible hacerlo facil? - Why do it the hard way, when you can do it the easy way?
Nikki-8)
Occasional Contributor

Re: Hostname = CONFIGURATION_ERROR

when I do a
hostname command it does come up with the right hostname, but I can't really check anything else at the moment because the whole cluster is down at the moment.