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Could not set or unset FAILED flag on interface

Hello All, Recently when I brought up the backup server, which was down for a long time due to drive failure, now the disks are swapped and working as they should. The os version is Solaris 9 Sun 240 Server VERITAS cluster server 4.1 In the two node cluster I am receiving the following error messages and it keeps repeating every few seconds.. 2013/11/19 15:25:27 VCS NOTICE V-16-1-10438 Group pa_dev has been probed on system padevdb2 2013/11/19 15:25:31 VCS ERROR V-16-10001-6524 (db2) MultiNICB:MNIC:monitor:Could not set or unset FAILED flag on interface bge3 2013/11/19 15:25:41 VCS ERROR V-16-10001-6524 (db2) MultiNICB:MNIC:monitor:Could not set or unset FAILED flag on interface bge3 2013/11/19 15:25:51 VCS ERROR V-16-10001-6524 (db2) MultiNICB:MNIC:monitor:Could not set or unset FAILED flag on interface bge3 2013/11/19 15:26:00 VCS ERROR V-16-10001-6524 (db2) MultiNICB:MNIC:monitor:Could not set or unset FAILED flag on interface bge3 bge0: flags=9040843 mtu 1500 index 2 inet 10.100.0.11 netmask ffffc000 broadcast 10.100.63.255 groupname MNIC I can't find any documentation on this.. and I am not sure how to proceed. Any advice is appreciated!
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Hi Brian, The only resolution

Hi Brian,

The only resolution for this would be to fix the bad flags on the NIC manually. Can you post the flags for bge3 after this issue occurs?

There is no known fix for this an upgrade to MP2 or greater should resolve it but I do not have a link to provide where you can get it. There is also no guarentee that the upgrade will resolve it but MP2 has NIC fixes.

Thank you,

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Hi Brian,   There is indeed a

Hi Brian,

 

There is indeed a patch for an issue that looks the same. It was handled in 430830.

You can download 4.1MP2 on the below link:

 

https://sort.symantec.com/patch/detail/759

 

regards,
Dan

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Hi Brian, The only resolution

Hi Brian,

The only resolution for this would be to fix the bad flags on the NIC manually. Can you post the flags for bge3 after this issue occurs?

There is no known fix for this an upgrade to MP2 or greater should resolve it but I do not have a link to provide where you can get it. There is also no guarentee that the upgrade will resolve it but MP2 has NIC fixes.

Thank you,

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Hi Brian,   There is indeed a

Hi Brian,

 

There is indeed a patch for an issue that looks the same. It was handled in 430830.

You can download 4.1MP2 on the below link:

 

https://sort.symantec.com/patch/detail/759

 

regards,
Dan

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