ODA : "directio checker" reports path Up/Down in /var/log/messages file (Doc ID 1611143.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 22, 2014

Applies to:

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

Goal

In the /var/log/messages file there are messages reported: "directio checker reports path is Up/Down"

 For example:

Oct 15 09:21:44  multipathd: HDD_E0_S12_1200440059: sdf - directio checker reports path is down
Oct 15 09:21:44  multipathd: HDD_E0_S12_1200440059: sdap - directio checker reports path is down
Oct 15 09:21:49  multipathd: HDD_E0_S12_1200440059: sdf - directio checker reports path is down
Oct 15 09:21:49  multipathd: HDD_E0_S12_1200440059: sdap - directio checker reports path is down
Oct 15 09:21:54  multipathd: HDD_E0_S12_1200440059: sdf - directio checker reports path is down
Oct 15 09:21:54  multipathd: HDD_E0_S12_1200440059: sdap - directio checker reports path is down
Oct 15 09:21:59  multipathd: HDD_E0_S12_1200440059: sdf - directio checker reports path is down
Oct 15 09:21:59  multipathd: HDD_E0_S12_1200440059: sdap - directio checker reports path is down
Oct 15 09:22:04  multipathd: HDD_E0_S12_1200440059: sdf - directio checker reports path is down
Oct 15 09:22:04  multipathd: HDD_E0_S12_1200440059: sdap - directio checker reports path is down
Oct 15 09:22:10  multipathd: HDD_E0_S12_1200440059: sdf - directio checker reports path is down
Oct 15 09:22:10  multipathd: HDD_E0_S12_1200440059: sdap - directio checker reports path is down

 

Solution

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