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Error updating eDirectory info on a Pool

Hi all,

I have several problems with pools/imanager. Main problem is that when I am updating eDirectory info
for a pool, I have a great error:

Error: Storage Error
IPRINT_POOL: Cannot update eDirectory for this pool. Error Number: Unknown error with error code: -672.


I have to say that I have deleted this pool and recreating again, I think that first time I dont have any errors.

The other error is when I try to create a pool via "cluster options" on the selected cluster, (selecting the cluster, click on new, pool)
when I write the name of the pool (then press TAB to write the IP), I have

Error: Clustering Error
Unknown error with error code: 499.


Any help will be welcome, I am a little lost with this thing... 😞
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Re: Error updating eDirectory info on a Pool

Updated NSS info on eDirectory solved, user SERVERadmin was missing on eDirectory.

Now, my problem is that I cant see pools on the second node on the cluster. If I run nss /pools I dont see anything, but I can see the cluster SBD partition and a 5 GB disk (this disks is used on the first node for the NSS Pool).

The second node is a virtual node, which has assigned the LUN of the shared disk.

Thanks!
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Re: Error updating eDirectory info on a Pool

You can try a couple of things since the disk is visible there (even though the problem is in device or file system).

1. Try to read the first sector from the disk.

Example:

dd iflag=direct count=1 bs=512 if=/dev/sda > /dev/null

Replace "sda" with the name of your shared disk.

2. If you can read from the disk, run "evms_activate" and check again.


If none of the above works, please post it on NSS/Storage forum.

Regards,

Changju


antoniogutierrez;2118399 wrote:
Updated NSS info on eDirectory solved, user SERVERadmin was missing on eDirectory.

Now, my problem is that I cant see pools on the second node on the cluster. If I run nss /pools I dont see anything, but I can see the cluster SBD partition and a 5 GB disk (this disks is used on the first node for the NSS Pool).

The second node is a virtual node, which has assigned the LUN of the shared disk.

Thanks!
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