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Veritas Cluster Server "hastatus -summary" command shows one or more service groups in "W_ONLINE_REVERSE_PROPAGATE" state.
Last Published: 2010-01-26
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Product(s): InfoScale & Storage Foundation
ProblemVeritas Cluster Server "hastatus -summary" command shows one or more service groups in "W_ONLINE_REVERSE_PROPAGATE" state.
The ServiceGroup is in a state of "W_ONLINE_REVERSE_PROPAGATE".
Toresolve the issue:
1) Flush theService Groups that are not in an online or offline state with the followingcommand:
#hagrp -flush service_group -sys system name
#hagrp -flush ClusterService -sys test-system1
Note:execute the command on every node for each affected service group.
2) Offlineany of the service groups that were affected:
#hagrp-offline service_group -sys system_name
#hagrp-offline ClusterService -sys test-system1
3) Onlineany of the service groups that were affected:
#hagrp-online service_group -sys system_name
#hagrp-online ClusterService -sys test-system1
If the aboveprocess does not resolve the issue, force stop and then restart the cluster HighAvailability (HA) services.
Note thatusing the proper command to force stop the cluster will not stop any of therunning applications or resources, just the HA daemons.
To stop thecluster while leaving all applications online execute the followingcommand:
#hastop -all -force
Then restartthe ha services with the following command on every node:
If theservice group remains in the "W_ONLINE_REVERSE_PROPAGATE" state,contact Veritas Enterprise Technical Support for furtherassistance.
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