SunStorageTek 5310C / 5320C clusters fails to sync up after Compact Flash card replacement
(Doc ID 1327836.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 30, 2019
Applies to:Sun Storage 5320 NAS Cluster - Version All Versions and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Normally after a Compact Flash card replacement procedure is followed, the two heads in a cluster configuration of a SunStorageTek 5310C / 5320C should sync up and the configuration information is copied from the other server to the recovering server.
If this fails to happen sometimes, then the following check described below should be made.
When the two heads fail to sync up configuration information, then when an attempt to recover the cluster is made, the two heads do not return to NORMAL-NORMAL and instead continue to remain in ALONE-QUIET state.
The Quiet head (the head on which the CompactFlash has been replaced) will show that it has not cross-mounted the other head's boot dir and dvol/etc
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