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Jesus Fdez.
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cmquerycl error

Hi,

I am configuring a cluster SG, and am having problems running the command "cmquerycl-v-C cluster.ascii-n node2-n nodo1".

I obtain this message:

Warning: Unable to determine local domain name for nodo1
Looking for other clusters ... Done
Gathering storage information
Unable to connect to node nodo1: Permission denied
Unable to connect to node nodo2 : Permission denied
Gathering network information
Beginning network probing
Not probing node nodo1 as it is currently unreachable.
This may cause network partitions to be reported.
Not probing node nodo2 as it is currently unreachable.
This may cause network partitions to be reported.
Completed network probing
Failed to gather configuration information.

- /etc/hosts
127.0.0.1 localhost loopback
10.2.76.160 nodo1
10.2.76.161 nodo2

- /etc/cmcluster/cmclnodelist
nodo1 root
nodo2 root

- .hosts
nodo1 root
nodo2 root

and i see in the syslog.log file this errors:
Jul 10 11:09:33 nodo1 inetd[4539]: exec /usr/lbin/identd: No such file or directory
Jul 10 11:09:33 nodo1 inetd[1473]: auth/tcp: Exit status 1
Jul 10 11:09:33 nodo1 cmclconfd[4538]: Received 0 bytes from identd on 127.0.0.1:49614.
Jul 10 11:09:34 nodo1 inetd[4540]: exec /usr/lbin/identd: No such file or directory
Jul 10 11:09:35 nodo1 inetd[4541]: exec /usr/lbin/identd: No such file or directory
Jul 10 11:09:35 nodo1 cmclconfd[4538]: Error 0 with recv() when communicating with identd on 127.0.0.1:49614: Error 0
Jul 10 11:09:35 nodo1 inetd[4542]: exec /usr/lbin/identd: No such file or directory
Jul 10 11:09:35 nodo1 cmclconfd[4538]: Received 0 bytes from identd on 127.0.0.1:49614.
Jul 10 11:09:36 nodo1 above message repeats 2 times
Jul 10 11:09:36 nodo1 inetd[4553]: exec /usr/lbin/identd: No such file or directory
Jul 10 11:09:37 nodo1 inetd[4557]: exec /usr/lbin/identd: No such file or directory

- I not found the /usr/lbin/identd file. How I can to recreate it ?

Any idea ¿?

Thanks,
Jesús
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Turgay Cavdar
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: cmquerycl error

You need identd for serviceguard. Install sendmail.
Roopesh Francis_1
Trusted Contributor

Re: cmquerycl error

Hi,

can you copy /usr/lbin/identd from other server and check the /etc/inetd.conf also
It should look like this:

auth stream tcp6 wait bin /usr/lbin/identd identd

After enabling the line, perform 'inetd -c' to cause inetd to re-read
the file.
likid0
Honored Contributor

Re: cmquerycl error

You should have the identd isntalled beacuse it belongs to the HPUXBaseOS bundle.

Looks like it has been deleted from the server

If you have a similar system(os,arch) you can copy the file from one system to the other, and check if it works.

If you have backups check an old backup for the file..
Windows?, no thanks
Jesus Fdez.
Valued Contributor

Re: cmquerycl error

Thanks,

I resolve the proble when I install the sendmail.

Thanks,
Jesus
Jesus Fdez.
Valued Contributor

Re: cmquerycl error

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