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Oracle Virtual Desktop Infratsructure Node Reports It is Database Master When It Is Neither Master or Slave (Doc ID 1429873.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 23, 2014

Applies to:

Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure - Version: 3.3 and later   [Release: 3.0 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Two Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) nodes report accurately that they are VDI DataBase (DB) Master and Slave respectively.  A separate node reports that it is the VDI DB Master and another node is the Slave and is down.


VDI DB Slave reports:

# vda-db-status
Ip/Hostname Database host Role Status
----------------------------------------------------------------------
vdi-primary.vdi.local Master up
vdi-secondary-second.vdi.local Slave up


VDI DB Master reports:

# vda-db-status
Ip/Hostname Database host Role Status
----------------------------------------------------------------------
vdi-primary.vdi.local Master up
vdi-secondary-second.vdi.local Slave up


But a third node of the VDI cluster reports:

# vda-db-status
Ip/Hostname Database host Role Status
----------------------------------------------------------------------
vdi-secondary-first.vdi.local Master up
vdi-primary.vdi.local Slave down

Changes

The servers in the cluster powered on at the same time.

Cause

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