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MULTINICB resource faulty and not getting cleared

Hi Team,

 

I am seeing MultinicB  resource fault as shown below

D  Ossfs           Proxy                ossfs_p1             et-coreg-admin2

D  PubLan          MultiNICB            pub_mnic             et-coreg-admin2

D  Sybase1         Proxy                syb1_p1              et-coreg-admin2

 

 

 

Pub_mnic is faulted  and in turn proxy resources that mirror the status of MUltinICB resources.

 

 

Below error seen on 3rd June

 

Jun  3 10:39:17 et-coreg-admin2 in.mpathd[6604]: [ID 168056 daemon.error] All Interfaces in group pub_mnic have failed

Jun  3 10:39:18 et-coreg-admin2 Had[6102]: [ID 702911 daemon.notice] VCS ERROR V-16-1-10303 Resource pub_mnic (Owner: Unspecified, Group: PubLan) is FAULTED (timed out) on sys et-coreg-admin2

 

 

 

 

As of now interfaces seems ok and network is ok.

 

I want to clear this resource but being a Persistent resource it should recover itself once network issue resolved.

 

# ifconfig -a
lo0: flags=1001000849<UP,LOOPBACK,RUNNING,MULTICAST,IPv4,VIRTUAL> mtu 8131 index 1
        inet 117.0.0.1 netmask ff000000
bnxe0: flags=19040843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,DEPRECATED,IPv4,NOFAILOVER,FAILED> mtu 1500 index 1
        inet 10.106.111.66 netmask ffffff80 broadcast 10.106.111.117
        groupname pub_mnic
        ether 14:58:d0:54:18:18
bnxe0:1: flags=11000843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,IPv4,FAILED> mtu 1500 index 1
        inet 10.106.111.70 netmask ffffff80 broadcast 10.106.111.117
bnxe1: flags=19040843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,DEPRECATED,IPv4,NOFAILOVER,FAILED> mtu 1500 index 3
        inet 10.106.111.68 netmask ffffff80 broadcast 10.106.111.117
        groupname pub_mnic
        ether 14:58:d0:54:18:1c

 

 

 hares -display pub_mnic
#Resource    Attribute              System          Value
pub_mnic     Group                  global          PubLan
pub_mnic     Type                   global          MultiNICB
pub_mnic     AutoStart              global          1
pub_mnic     Critical               global          1
pub_mnic     Enabled                global          1
pub_mnic     LastOnline             global          admin1
pub_mnic     MonitorOnly            global          0
pub_mnic     ResourceOwner          global
pub_mnic     TriggerEvent           global          0
pub_mnic     ArgListValues          admin1 UseMpathd   1       1       MpathdCommand   1       /usr/lib/inet/in.mpathd ConfigCheck     1       1       MpathdRestart   1       1       Device  4       bnxe0   0       bnxe1   1       NetworkHosts    1       10.106.111.51   LinkTestRatio   1       1       IgnoreLinkStatus        1       1       NetworkTimeout  1       100     OnlineTestRepeatCount   1       3       OfflineTestRepeatCount  1       3       NoBroadcast     1       0       DefaultRouter   1       0.0.0.0 Failback        1       0       GroupName       1       ""      Protocol        1       IPv4
pub_mnic     ArgListValues          admin1 UseMpathd   1       1       MpathdCommand   1       /usr/lib/inet/in.mpathd ConfigCheck     1       1       MpathdRestart   1       1       Device  4       bnxe0   0       bnxe1   1       NetworkHosts    1       10.106.111.51   LinkTestRatio   1       1       IgnoreLinkStatus        1       1       NetworkTimeout  1       100     OnlineTestRepeatCount   1       3       OfflineTestRepeatCount  1       3       NoBroadcast     1       0       DefaultRouter   1       0.0.0.0 Failback        1       0       GroupName       1       ""      Protocol        1       IPv4
pub_mnic     ConfidenceLevel        admin1 0
pub_mnic     ConfidenceLevel        admin1 0
pub_mnic     ConfidenceMsg          admin1
pub_mnic     ConfidenceMsg          admin1
pub_mnic     Flags                  admin1
pub_mnic     Flags                  admin1
pub_mnic     IState                 admin1 not waiting
pub_mnic     IState                 admin1 not waiting
pub_mnic     MonitorMethod          admin1 Traditional
pub_mnic     MonitorMethod          admin1 Traditional
pub_mnic     Probed                 admin1 1
pub_mnic     Probed                 admin1 1
pub_mnic     Start                  admin1 0
pub_mnic     Start                  admin1 0
pub_mnic     State                  admin1 ONLINE
pub_mnic     State                  admin1 FAULTED
pub_mnic     ComputeStats           global          0
pub_mnic     ConfigCheck            global          1
pub_mnic     DefaultRouter          global          0.0.0.0
pub_mnic     Failback               global          0
pub_mnic     GroupName              global
pub_mnic     IgnoreLinkStatus       global          1
pub_mnic     LinkTestRatio          global          1
pub_mnic     MpathdCommand          global          /usr/lib/inet/in.mpathd
pub_mnic     MpathdRestart          global          1
pub_mnic     NetworkHosts           global          10.106.111.51
pub_mnic     NetworkTimeout         global          100
pub_mnic     NoBroadcast            global          0
pub_mnic     OfflineTestRepeatCount global          3
pub_mnic     OnlineTestRepeatCount  global          3
pub_mnic     Protocol               global          IPv4
pub_mnic     TriggerResStateChange  global          0
pub_mnic     UseMpathd              global          1
pub_mnic     ContainerInfo          admin1 Type                Name            Enabled
pub_mnic     ContainerInfo          admin1 Type                Name            Enabled
pub_mnic     Device                 admin1 bnxe0       0       bnxe1   1
pub_mnic     Device                 admin1 bnxe0       0       bnxe1   1
pub_mnic     MonitorTimeStats       admin1 Avg 0       TS
pub_mnic     MonitorTimeStats       admin1 Avg 0       TS
pub_mnic     ResourceInfo           admin1 State       Valid   Msg             TS
pub_mnic     ResourceInfo           admin1 State       Stale   Msg             TS

 

 

Please help to solve this asap

 

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Re: MULTINICB resource faulty and not getting cleared

I see the failed flag is still present in the ifconfig output. Clear the FAILED flag from OS ( if_mpadm -d <interface>, if_mpadm -r <interface> ) and try clearing the fault once again.

 

# ifconfig -a
lo0: flags=1001000849<UP,LOOPBACK,RUNNING,MULTICAST,IPv4,VIRTUAL> mtu 8131 index 1
        inet 117.0.0.1 netmask ff000000
bnxe0: flags=19040843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,DEPRECATED,IPv4,NOFAILOVER,FAILED> mtu 1500 index 1
        inet 10.106.111.66 netmask ffffff80 broadcast 10.106.111.117
        groupname pub_mnic
        ether 14:58:d0:54:18:18
bnxe0:1: flags=11000843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,IPv4,FAILED> mtu 1500 index 1
        inet 10.106.111.70 netmask ffffff80 broadcast 10.106.111.117
bnxe1: flags=19040843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,DEPRECATED,IPv4,NOFAILOVER,FAILED> mtu 1500 index 3
        inet 10.106.111.68 netmask ffffff80 broadcast 10.106.111.117
        groupname pub_mnic
        ether 14:58:d0:54:18:1c

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Re: MULTINICB resource faulty and not getting cleared

I see the failed flag is still present in the ifconfig output. Clear the FAILED flag from OS ( if_mpadm -d <interface>, if_mpadm -r <interface> ) and try clearing the fault once again.

 

# ifconfig -a
lo0: flags=1001000849<UP,LOOPBACK,RUNNING,MULTICAST,IPv4,VIRTUAL> mtu 8131 index 1
        inet 117.0.0.1 netmask ff000000
bnxe0: flags=19040843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,DEPRECATED,IPv4,NOFAILOVER,FAILED> mtu 1500 index 1
        inet 10.106.111.66 netmask ffffff80 broadcast 10.106.111.117
        groupname pub_mnic
        ether 14:58:d0:54:18:18
bnxe0:1: flags=11000843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,IPv4,FAILED> mtu 1500 index 1
        inet 10.106.111.70 netmask ffffff80 broadcast 10.106.111.117
bnxe1: flags=19040843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,DEPRECATED,IPv4,NOFAILOVER,FAILED> mtu 1500 index 3
        inet 10.106.111.68 netmask ffffff80 broadcast 10.106.111.117
        groupname pub_mnic
        ether 14:58:d0:54:18:1c

Hello Dev, Any impact of

Hello Dev,

 

Any impact of detach and reattach . ?

can we do it directly ? or we need to take precation before executing ?

 

 

Regards

S

Re: MULTINICB resource faulty and not getting cleared

IP address associated with interface will be unavailable during this process, you will need to clear the FAULT and bring the resources online to bring the IPs back online.