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Can not enable Resource manager

When I try to enable resource manager, I get an 603 error. As a test, I tried to create another broker, but cannot point it to the clustered volume.

The cluster volume appears as Unknown object (yellow circle with ?). This would seem to tie into the 603 error. My question is how to fix?

To compound this problem the nss pool object for this volume was deleted(accidentally) I am planning to fix this by unload the cluster and ussing NDS to update the NDS. Is there any change this will fix the volume object. I would not think the lack of the pool object would effect the volume or broker object.

I should state the we are printing, its only a lack of management.
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Donagel,
> The cluster volume appears as Unknown object (yellow circle with ?).
> This would seem to tie into the 603 error. My question is how to fix?
>

That is because one or more mandatory attributes (usually server) is missing. Start here:

http://www.novell.com/support/php/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=10011981&sliceId=&docTypeID=DT_TID_1_1&dialogID=15538608&stateId=1%200%2015540089

- Anders Gustafsson (Sysop)
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Is there any precaution/difference gicen the fact that these are clustered volumes?

Also, it would seem that the total damage to the iprint environment is that the pool object is gone, the cluster server object is gone and the cluster volume object is unkwown. I tried to unload the cluster and then update nds for the pool, but it balked saying it was a clustered resoruce. Not sure how to fix that.. Thought?
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Donagel,
> Is there any precaution/difference gicen the fact that these are
> clustered volumes?
>
> Also, it would seem that the total damage to the iprint environment is
> that the pool object is gone, the cluster server object is gone and the
> cluster volume object is unkwown. I tried to unload the cluster and
> then update nds for the pool, but it balked saying it was a clustered
> resoruce. Not sure how to fix that.. Thought?
>

I think you better sort out the cluster stuff first. Please start a new
thread in the high-availability forum.

- Anders Gustafsson (Sysop)
The Aaland Islands (N60 E20)

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