Veritas Cluster Server "hastatus -summary" command shows one or more service groups in "W_ONLINE_REVERSE_PROPAGATE" state.

Veritas Cluster Server "hastatus -summary" command shows one or more service groups in "W_ONLINE_REVERSE_PROPAGATE" state.

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Problem

Veritas Cluster Server "hastatus -summary" command shows one or more service groups in "W_ONLINE_REVERSE_PROPAGATE" state.

Error Message

W_ONLINE_REVERSE_PROPAGATE

Solution

The issue:
The Service Group is in a state of "W_ONLINE_REVERSE_PROPAGATE".

To resolve the issue:
1) Flush the Service Groups that are not in an online or offline state with the following command:
Syntax -
# hagrp -flush service_group -sys system name
Example:
# hagrp -flush ClusterService -sys test-system1

Note: execute the command on every node for each affected service group.

2) Offline any of the service groups that were affected:
Syntax-
#hagrp -offline service_group -sys system_name
Example:
#hagrp -offline ClusterService -sys test-system1

3) Online any of the service groups that were affected:
Syntax-
#hagrp -online service_group -sys system_name
Example:
#hagrp -online ClusterService -sys test-system1

If the above process does not resolve the issue, force stop and then restart the cluster High Availability (HA) services.
Note that using the proper command to force stop the cluster will not stop any of the running applications or resources, just the HA daemons.

To stop the cluster while leaving all applications online execute the following command:
# hastop -all -force

Then restart the ha services with the following command on every node:
# hastart

If the service group remains in the "W_ONLINE_REVERSE_PROPAGATE" state, contact  Veritas Enterprise Technical Support for further assistance.


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