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Old 09-11-2015
HP Prevent crash dump when SG cluster node reboots

Hi Experts,

I have configured HP-UX Service Guard cluster and it dumps crash every time i reboot a cluster node. Can anyone please help me to prevent these unnecessary crash dumps at the time of rebooting SG cluster node?

Thanks in advance.
Vaishey
# 2  
Old 09-11-2015
How are you rebooting the node, is it with reboot command ?

Does the crash dump occur when you run :
Code:
shutdown -r -y 0

Regards
Peasant.
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# 3  
Old 09-14-2015
Yes i used "reboot" for rebooting the machine.

I just have tried "shutdown -r -y 0" and it went alright. It stopped necessary SG services first and then performed reboot. No crash dumped this time.

Great thanks Peasant.

Vaishey

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