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how to start the node while cluster and package service running

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in our setup command cmviewcl output

 

CLUSTER STATUS
clu01 up

 

NODE STATUS STATE
e01 up running

 

PACKAGE STATUS STATE AUTO_RUN NODE
d1 up running enabled e01

 

NODE STATUS STATE
e02 down halted

 

i want to join e02 in cluster node, please share the command with out affecting the running application how to join the node

 

 

P.S. This thread has been moved from HP-UX > LVM and VxVM to HP-UX > Serviceguard. - Hp Forum Moderator

 

 

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Re: how to start the node while cluster and package service running

The command you want is 'cmrunnode'

 

You should run:

 

# cmrunnode e02

 

You can find a version of the man page here:

http://www.unix.com/man-page/all/1m/cmrunnode/

 

 

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Re: how to start the node while cluster and package service running

hi patrick,

thanks for your reply

i want to know if i give cmrunnode e02 , it is affecting running application e02. pls confirm
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Re: how to start the node while cluster and package service running

>>i want to know if i give cmrunnode e02 , it is affecting running application e02. pls confirm

 

There should be nothing from service guard that is affected by running that command.

 

If there is anything else running on that server, it might be affected, but I can't say for sure.

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Re: how to start the node while cluster and package service running

Hi,

 

"cmrunnode" will not effect to the running package unless you configure that node "e02" as primary node and enabled package automatic fail back

 

please share cmviewcl -v and following files if you can

 

/etc/cmcluster/d1/d1.cntl

/etc/cmcluster/d1/d1.conf

 

i.e. location may be difference in your system

 

regards,

Primesh

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