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Unable to add a new node to a cluster

Hi Guys,

I'm trying to add a new node to a cluster. This is my environment:

  • OS: Red Hat Linux 6.5
  • SFHA version: SFHA 6.1.1
  • eth1 - first private heartbeat link
  • eth0 - low priority heartbeat link

My exisitng cluster has the same environment with the new node.

These are the following steps I did when trying to add the node:

1. Installed SFHA and applied patch to the new node.

2. Created /etc/llthosts and /etc/llttab on the new node.

# cat /etc/llthosts
0 node1
1 node2

# cat /etc/llttab
set-node node2
set-cluster 7
link eth1 eth-00:0C:29:28:78:EC - ether - -
link-lowpri eth0 eth-00:0C:29:28:78:F6 - ether - -

After i executed the command /sbin/lltconfig -c  I received this error:

# /sbin/lltconfig -c
LLT lltconfig ERROR V-14-2-15259 IOCTL_LLT_SETPARAM (param=1, val=1) failed: Device or resource busy
LLT lltconfig ERROR V-14-2-15047 set-node failed: Device or resource busy

Thanks

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Re: Unable to add a new node to a cluster

From the above description it's not clear if you have followed the guidelines as outlined in the install guide, if not please look at the chapter 28 of below guide and redo the steps.

http://origin-download.veritas.com/resources/content/live/DOCUMENTATION/6000/DOC6983/en_US/vcs_install_61_lin.pdf

Can  you please give the output of below commands from both the nodes:

uname -a

rpm -qi VRTSvcs

lsmod | grep -i llt

Also check you llt connections are fine using dlpiping command:

https://www.veritas.com/support/en_US/article.000041198

 

 

1 Reply
Accepted Solution!

Re: Unable to add a new node to a cluster

From the above description it's not clear if you have followed the guidelines as outlined in the install guide, if not please look at the chapter 28 of below guide and redo the steps.

http://origin-download.veritas.com/resources/content/live/DOCUMENTATION/6000/DOC6983/en_US/vcs_install_61_lin.pdf

Can  you please give the output of below commands from both the nodes:

uname -a

rpm -qi VRTSvcs

lsmod | grep -i llt

Also check you llt connections are fine using dlpiping command:

https://www.veritas.com/support/en_US/article.000041198