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SI40857 - OSP-MSGCPFBB05 Start cluster node process fails with CPFBB05

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Abstract

OSP-MSGCPFBB05 Start cluster node process fails with CPFBB05


Pre/Co-Requisite PTF / Fix List

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TYPE PROGRAM  REL  NUMBER   MIN/MAX  OPTION
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NONE



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APAR Error Description / Circumvention

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In certain circumstances,  start cluster node process can fail
with error message CPFBB05 Reason code 1 errno 9 due to QCSTCTL
job on the starting node not being able to start in the allotted
default wait time of 30 seconds.  QCSTCTL job eventually does
start but now hangs as the start node process has already timed
out and failed. As a result of a stale QCSTCTL job, all
subsequent start cluster node processes to start clustering on
the node now fail with CPFBB87 (Job already exist) error
message.

CORRECTION FOR APAR 'SE44605' :
-------------------------------
Code changed to allow 10 minutes for QCSTCTL job to start on a
starting cluster node.

CIRCUMVENTION FOR APAR 'SE44605' :
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None.

DESCRIPTION OF PROBLEM FIXED FOR APAR 'SE44606' :
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OSP-INCORROUT DMPCLUTRC does not print the cluster group name
waiting for when done for a cluster group stuck on waitForMsg()
DAMbr method

CORRECTION FOR APAR 'SE44606' :
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Code fixed to print the cluster group waiting for in DMPCLUTRC
output when done for a cluster group stuck on waitForMsg() DAMbr
method.

CIRCUMVENTION FOR APAR 'SE44606' :
----------------------------------
None.


Activation Instructions


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Special Instructions


In order to fix the problems described by this PTF on all nodes in the
cluster, the PTF must be applied on all nodes in the cluster.
However,the entire cluster does not have to be ended to do this.  One
node at a time can be ended, the PTF applied, and the node restarted to
join the cluster.

Note, you must end Cluster Resource Services on the node, apply the
PTF,and then restart Cluster Resource Services before the fix is
available.

To determine if Cluster Resource Services is active on your system, do
a WRKACTJOB from the command line of your system and look for two
system jobs (QCSTCTL and QCSTCRGM).  If either of these jobs exist,
Cluster Resource Services must be ended on this system and you must
sign off all sessions where Cluster Resource Services APIs were used
before the PTF can be applied.  Cluster Resource Services is started
through the Start Cluster Node API.


Default Instructions

THIS PTF CAN BE APPLIED IMMEDIATE OR DELAYED.



Supersedes

PTF/FIX NO(S).  APAR TITLE LINE
--------------  ------------------------------------------------------------
   SI37375      OSP-MSGCPFBBD3 ADDCRGNODE fails when adding a switchable LUN
   SI37375      OSP-MSGCPFBBD6 Error when adding a mirror site to a LUN swit
   SI36799      OSP-OTHER-LOOP Global Mirror CRG hang after system 7.1 upgra
   SI36436      OSP-OTHER-INCORROUT  Fixes for Cluster Resource Services

Summary Information

System..............................i
Models..............................
Release.............................V7R1M0
Licensed Program...............5770SS1
APAR Fixed..........................View details for APAR SE44605
View details for APAR SE44606
Superseded by:......................View fix details for PTF SI66971
Recompile...........................N
Library.............................QSYS
MRI Feature ........................NONE
Cum Level...........................C1116710


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Modified date:
22 October 2010