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will74103 Absent Member.
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iManager error 500 managing cluster services

I have a new OES11 tree with an OES11 cluster. All servers in the tree are OES11. I have the cluster plug installed in iManager and was able to successfully set up and configure the cluster. However, time to time as I go back to check the cluster for some reason, I am getting an iManager 500 error. I am logging in as admin and have tried from 3 different servers running iManager with same result.

I found TID 7010295 and made the sysctl changes that it specifies, however, it did not solve the problem. If I reboot the cluster, I can then manage again, at least in the short term until whatever happens to knock it out service again.


Any ideas?


Thanks,


Will
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warper2 Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: iManager error 500 managing cluster services

will74103 wrote:

>
> I have a new OES11 tree with an OES11 cluster. All servers in the tree
> are OES11. I have the cluster plug installed in iManager and was able
> to successfully set up and configure the cluster. However, time to time
> as I go back to check the cluster for some reason, I am getting an
> iManager 500 error. I am logging in as admin and have tried from 3
> different servers running iManager with same result.
>
> I found TID 7010295 and made the sysctl changes that it specifies,
> however, it did not solve the problem. If I reboot the cluster, I can
> then manage again, at least in the short term until whatever happens to
> knock it out service again.
>
>
> Any ideas?
>
>
> Thanks,
>
>
> Will
>
>


Yes I agree that this has been long time issues. Here is something you can
try next time this happens so that you won't have to reboot. Do this atleast
on the server that is the Master_IP resource.
Just run at the prompt: rcsfcb restart

This hopefully will resolve it. I have had on occasion to have to run that
same command on all nodes in the cluster. It beats the heck out of
restarting the servers just to manage the cluster.



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will74103 Absent Member.
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Re: iManager error 500 managing cluster services

Thanks. That did indeed resolve the issue. At lease as a workaround until they can get this working.
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W_Prindl Absent Member.
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Re: iManager error 500 managing cluster services

Interesting that the instability of sfcbd also affects cluster
management via iManager.

Added the resource consumption during the time when sfcbd is working I
am really asking me, what is the benefit of sfcbd compared to owcimomd.

In the meantime I can check the working of sfcbd by looking at the
average cpu-usage. If e.g. average cpu-usage drops from 20% to almost
zero sfcbd is not working (despite of the fact that rcsfcb status still
shows "running") anymore. A rcsfcb restart reestablishes the
funcuntionality of sfcb and increases the average cpu-usage by app. 20%.
--
W. Prindl


will74103 wrote:

>
>Thanks. That did indeed resolve the issue. At lease as a workaround
>until they can get this working.


W. Prindl
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