Last updated on DECEMBER 09, 2014
Applies to:Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software - Version 220.127.116.11.0 and later
Oracle Virtual Server (x86-64)
While running an Exalogic Virtual system you may, in exceptional circumstances, encounter a situation where the majority of the compute nodes in a server pool have become unhealthy due to processes from key services such as "o2cb", "ocsf2" or "ovs-agent" reaching a deep "Disk Sleep" state (processes list with a status of "D" in "ps -ef" output). When this occurs it can become necessary to shutdown and reboot all nodes in the affected pool to restore the system to full operation. This note illustrates the process that should be followed to shutdown and restart all nodes in a pool without exposing additional "HA" related complications that can impact the subsequent restart of vServers after the nodes have been rebooted.
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