Re: Leap Second cause Cluster crashes for anyone?

From: Tim Gorman <>
Date: Thu, 08 Jan 2009 07:22:45 -0700
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Where I'm at, it was real at 5:00pm on 31-Dec locally (00:00 GMT). 
MetaLink notes #730795.1 and 759143.1...

Dan Norris wrote:
This apparently turned out to be a real issue, not just an NTP-related coincidence:

That is, if you trust The Register.

Dan wrote:

Have an ongoing SR for this. For clusters ( as well as on Solaris 10, where we had retained css diagwait at the default value of 0.5, experienced crashes.Nothing in the CRS logs. The OS logs have no messages except for Solaris booting up again. For clusters where we had changed the css diagwait to 13, no such issues.

Anyone else experience this?


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