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VCS Soalris 9 Oracle9i Issue [message #280809] Wed, 14 November 2007 17:52
samurai123
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Registered: November 2007
Junior Member
Hello,

We are having an issue with VCS 4.1 3-node cluster running on Solaris 9 platform.

The message we are getting in messages file is
Nov 12 10:33:31 <hostname> AgentFramework[19082]: [ID 702911 daemon.notice] VCS ERROR V-16-1-13027 Thread(17) Resource(<Diskgroup> - monitor procedure did not complete within the expected time.
Nov 12 10:33:31 <hostname> AgentFramework[19082]: [ID 702911 daemon.notice] VCS ERROR V-16-1-13027 Thread(17) Resource(<Diskgroup> - monitor procedure did not complete within the expected time.
Nov 12 10:33:31 <hostname> Had[18990]: [ID 702911 daemon.notice] VCS ERROR V-16-1-13027 (<hostname> Resource(<Diskgroup> - monitor procedure did not complete within the expected time.
Nov 12 10:33:31 <hostname> Had[18990]: [ID 702911 daemon.notice] VCS ERROR V-16-1-13027 (<hostname> Resource(<Diskgroup> - monitor procedure did not complete within the expected time.

I guess "AgentFramework" message is given by Oracle resource agent and HAD messages are coming out from VCS bundled agent "DiskGroup" in this case. I ran "vxexplore" on one of the nodes and trying to analyzing it.
It seems that I can get more detailed information if I can get debug of the oracle and diskgroup agents.
Can anyone in here help me out how to turn on the debug on these agents?
If there is a need how to increase their timeout values from defaults (?)?

Preliminary observation shows that whenever there is some heavy activity on oracle db takes place, these monitor scripts flashes those messages. The diskgroups are stored on a EMC DMX box.

Let me know if more information is needed.

Thanks in advance.
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