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Core down - What happens to scheduled jobs?

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One of the cores in our mesh is down because of ORA-07445 errors.

1) There were reboot jobs that were scheduled to run on the down core that are now past due.  Once the core comes back online, what will happen to those jobs?  I'm assuming that they will NOT run.  Is that true?

2) Is there a way to migrate the remaining  scheduled jobs to a core that is up?

 

 

 

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Re: Core down - What happens to scheduled jobs?

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Hi Suzanne,

 

1) yes, if are past due then should be a no-op; to be sure that no surprise you can ask for a removal script

https://softwaresupport.hpe.com/km/KM1462828 

2) .<installation media>../disk001/opsware_installer/tools/migrate_sessions.sh

 

Mihai Lazar
Automate & Orchestrate Solution Architect

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Re: Core down - What happens to scheduled jobs?

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Hi Suzanne,

 

1) yes, if are past due then should be a no-op; to be sure that no surprise you can ask for a removal script

https://softwaresupport.hpe.com/km/KM1462828 

2) .<installation media>../disk001/opsware_installer/tools/migrate_sessions.sh

 

Mihai Lazar
Automate & Orchestrate Solution Architect

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Re: Core down - What happens to scheduled jobs?

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Thanks Mihal!

More details:  the jobs are past due jobs end up being marked "Stale"

I ran migrate_sessions.sh --help and it provided fairly extensive details about the available options.

I'll test it at some point....

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Re: Core down - What happens to scheduled jobs?

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WIth one core down, I tried to test:

# ./T8900-15065/T8900-15065-primary/disk001/opsware_installer/tools/migrate_sessions.sh -f /var/log/way_jobs
 
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/u2/media/SAS-10.50/T8900-15065/T8900-15065-primary/disk001/opsware_installer/tools/migrate_sessions.py", line 1007, in <module>
    main()
  File "/u2/media/SAS-10.50/T8900-15065/T8900-15065-primary/disk001/opsware_installer/tools/migrate_sessions.py", line 253, in main
    schema_versions = dict( [ (dc_id, dc_spin.sys.getDBSchemaVersion() ) for dc_id, dc_spin in dc_spin_map.items()  ] )
  File "./spinwrapper.py", line 110, in func
  File "./spinwrapper.py", line 241, in getInfoFromServer
  File "./xmlrpc/xmlrpclib.py", line 903, in __call__
    value.decode(data)
  File "./xmlrpc/lcxmlrpclib.py", line 128, in __request
  File "./xmlrpc/xmlrpclib.py", line 982, in __request
   
  File "./SSLTransport.py", line 69, in request
  File "./asyncssl.py", line 106, in connect
  File "./asyncssl.py", line 130, in _connect_inner
  File "./proxyssl.py", line 702, in _setup_tunnel
  File "./asyncssl.py", line 324, in _raw_recv
coglib.asyncssl.TimeOutError: Communication time-out error: read timeout

 

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