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Troubleshooting Shared Disk Issues on the ODA Using the STORDIAG Command (Doc ID 2533636.1)

Last updated on JUNE 23, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Database Appliance Software - Version 2.10.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

The ODA STORDIAG command is a powerful diagnostic tool which can debug several different problems with Shared Disks.


The current command used for the DCS stack uses odaadmcli:

# odaadmcli stordiag
Usage:
      odaadmcli stordiag -h | n
                      -h : Help Message
                       n : oakd disk resource name
    resource name format : e[0..1]_pd_[0..23]


oakcli X3-2 ; X4-2 ; X5-2 ; ODAVP

The command used for OAKCLI including for the Virtualized Platform

# oakcli stordiag
Usage:
      oakcli stordiag -h | n
                      -h : Help Message
                       n : oakd disk resource name
    resource name format : e[0..1]_pd_[0..23]


V1

The syntax used for the original ODA V1 varies slightly and omits using the e[0..1] prefix:

# oakcli stordiag
Usage:
      oakcli stordiag -h | n
                      -h : Help Message
                       n : oakd disk resource name
    resource name format : pd_[0..23]

 

ODA 'Lite'

  • X6-2 Small, Medium, Large
  • X7-2 Small, Medium
  • X8-2 Small, Medium

The syntax used for the newer ODA 'Lite' series hardware also omits using the e[0..1] enclosure prefix as there are no options for a second storage enclosure with these single server systems.

# odaadmcli stordiag -h
Usage:
       odaadmcli stordiag -h | n
              -h : Help Message
               n : oakd disk resource name
resource name format : pd_[0...n]             << Depending on Hardware Systems

 

Troubleshooting Steps

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