Re: 11gR2 RAC Network Failure - Timeout

From: goran bogdanovic <>
Date: Sun, 4 Mar 2012 11:52:44 +0100
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small clarification of term "surviving node" ... the node is "surviving" in term of accessibility from outside of cluster whereas from cluster point of view, the node is still part of cluster
On Mon, Feb 6, 2012 at 3:36 PM, Purav Chovatia <> wrote:

> Hi,
> On a 11gR2 RAC setup, after public network failure on one of the
> nodes, what is timeout for the VIP to failover to a surviving node?
> We carried out some tests by pulling out the cable for public network from
> one of the nodes, and from orarootagent_root logs, we see that its always
> the 41st second at which it starts failing (stopping) the
> resource on the failing node and in another couple of seconds, the VIP
> resource is available on the surviving node.
> Is there any crsctl (crsctl status resource -f does not
> show) or srvctl or any other command to display this timeout?
> Is this timeout modifiable? i.e. can the VIP be made to failover sooner to
> the surviving node?
> Thanks.
> --

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