preparing a new Linux Cluster I always get the message after preprpnode ... command:
RMC could not be refreshed.
I ran /usr/sbin/rsct/install/bin/recfgct (and also with -s option), but withou success.
No idea how I could solve this.
Could you help?
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2 replies Latest Post - 2012-02-13T09:53:29Z by xf00657
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Enrico_Joedecke 0100003SD592 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: 2602 - 346 RMC could not be refreshed.2012-02-09T17:21:57Z in response to xf00657Hello Ruediger,
according to the message reference of RSCT, there should be an additional 'code', that explains the problem in more detail:
> 2602-346 RMC could not be refreshed.
> Explanation: The RMC refresh to configure the latest
> access control changes was not successful. The
> updates are not in effect.
> User response: Fix the error indicated by code and
> run the command again.
If this does not provide further informatin, please check the file /var/ct/cfg/ctrmc.acls - this is where the nodes specified with 'preprpnode' are inserted to. If the file is healthy and the node information is included, use 'refresh -s ctrmc' to refresh the RMC.
xf00657 120000ANXR92 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: 2602 - 346 RMC could not be refreshed.2012-02-13T09:53:29Z in response to Enrico_JoedeckeHello Enrico,
its seems that the file is correct. It also seems that we have problems using Perl and / or security on this for lpars. This could be the reason for the error messages. Issuing directly under "root" runs withot errors.