Solaris : During GI/Clusterware Upgrade,Installer complains with the following errors - PRVG-1545 , PRVG-1539

(Doc ID 2379697.1)

Last updated on APRIL 10, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 11.2.0.1 and later
Oracle Solaris on x86-64 (64-bit)

Symptoms

While upgrading the Grid Infrastructure from 11.2.0.3 to 11.2.0.4 on Solaris 10 (x86-64),the following errors are reported during pre checks.


INFO: -----------------------------------------------
INFO: Verification Result for Node:racxxxx3
WARNING: Result values are not available for this verification task
INFO: *********************************************
INFO: Solaris IPMP group fail-over consistency check: This is a check to verify the current selection of public and private network classifications is consistent with network interfaces in fail-over dependency of an IPMP group
INFO: Severity:CRITICAL
INFO: OverallStatus:VERIFICATION_FAILED
INFO: -----------------------------------------------
INFO: Verification Result for Node:xxxxx35
WARNING: Result values are not available for this verification task
INFO: Error Message:PRVG-1545 : Some of the IPMP group interfaces are not classified as private or public network interfaces on nodes "racxxx3,racxxx2,racxxx1"
INFO: Cause: Found an additional fail-over dependency on an interface in an IPMP group which is not classified as a public or private interconnect interfaces on the identified nodes.
INFO: Action: Ensure that all the IPMP group interfaces are classified as public or private interconnect interfaces on the identified nodes.
Use command 'oifcfg setif {-node <nodename> | -global} {<if_name>/<subnet>:public/cluster_interconnect}' to classify the network interface as public or private interconnect interface.
INFO: Error Message:PRVG-1539 : The IPMP interfaces classified as private interconnection do not belong to the private subnet on nodes "racxxx3,racxxx2,racxxx1"
INFO: Cause: The IPMP interfaces classified as private interconnection were found to have different subnet on the indicated nodes.
INFO: Action: If IPMP interfaces are classified as private interconnection for the clusterware configuration then all the configured interfaces must belong to same subnet.

 

 

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