After BDA Server Reboot, bdacheckcluster Reports 'ERROR: Wrong mounted partitions' Due to Unmounted Boot Partition (Doc ID 2019287.1)

Last updated on JUNE 10, 2015

Applies to:

Big Data Appliance Integrated Software - Version 4.1.0 and later
Linux x86-64

Symptoms

After a BDA server reboot, running bdacheckcluster fails with:

bdanode0X: ERROR: Wrong mounted partitions :
/dev/md2 / ext4 /dev/sd4 /u01 ext4 /dev/sd4 /u02 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u03 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u04 ext4
/dev/sd1 /u05 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u06 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u07 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u08 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u09 ext4
/dev/sd1 /u10 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u11 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u12 ext4
bdanode0X: INFO: Expected mounted partitions : 12 data partitions, /boot and /
bdanode0X: ERROR: Big Data Appliance failed software validation checks
ERROR: Software checks failing on host bda1node0X

From the output /dev/md0 (the boot partition) is not visible for bdanode0X.

Running 'mount -l' on bdanode0x does not list /dev/md0 as a mounted filesystem. 

Output from 'mount -l' is like:

 

Cause

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