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Unknown message with clu_bdmgr -h command

Minoru Asano
Frequent Advisor

Unknown message with clu_bdmgr -h command

Hello,

At the customer site, the following messages appeared if he run
'/usr/sbin/clu_bdmgr -h dsk11 /ma_boot1/etc/clu_bdmgr.conf' command:

[MESSAGE]
ls: /etc/fdmns/root*_domain/dsk11a not found
Error: /dev/disk/disk0a is an invalid device or cannot be opened.
mv: /etc/dec_hwc_genesis and /etc/dec_hwc_genesis are identical.
mv: /etc/dec_hwc_genesis.bak and /etc/dec_hwc_genesis.bak are identical.

[ENVIRONMENT]
Tru64 UNIX V5.1B BL24 (GS160x3)

[ADDITIONAL INFORMATION]
- The above messages has not appeared at V5.1A BL21.

[QUESTION]
- What does the message mean ?
- What kind of influence does it have on the system ?

Thank you for support and advice.
Best Regards.
/Minoru.Asano
4 REPLIES
Venkatesh BL
Honored Contributor

Re: Unknown message with clu_bdmgr -h command

What is the customer trying to accomplish? This command is typically used to configure the cnx partition in the boot partition of a cluster member node.

Can you give the output of 'disklabel dsk11c'?
Minoru Asano
Frequent Advisor

Re: Unknown message with clu_bdmgr -h command

Hello,

Thank you for quick reply and suggestion.
And I am sorry for confusing you.

I let you know the reason why he use 'clu_bdmgr' command.

The customer has a system disk for active, and for stand by disk.
Essentially, if any change has occurred at active system, he must apply it to
stand by system. So he save the data by using vdump, and restore by using vrestore.
But he use "clu_dbmgr" command for individual setting.

And 'dsk11' is for stand by disk.

>Can you give the output of 'disklabel dsk11c'?
We can not get the information. Sorry.
Instead of it, I attach the similar system's sys_check results.

Thank you for support and advice.
Best Regards.
/Minoru.Asano
Minoru Asano
Frequent Advisor

Re: Unknown message with clu_bdmgr -h command

Hello,

Could you tell me any idea ?

Thank you for advice.
Best Regards.
/Minoru.Asano
Han Pilmeyer
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Unknown message with clu_bdmgr -h command

Looks like something strange happened to the device database.

How is this supposed to work in the first place? Is the standby configuration identical to the production one? What about the storage, is that replicated with CA (or how do you make sure that the WWID's are identical)?