I have a three node Oracle RAC cluster on RHEL4u7. User is using sftp to move files and the process works well on 2 of the three nodes. The other remaining node takes forever. I have gone through the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg files and everything seems to be configured correctly.
Has anyone seen a similar problem and I wouuld appreciate help in solving this.
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sftp not dftp - Sorry for the confusion. I will learn to type and proof read.
Last edited by DukeNuke2; 10-28-2009 at 06:57 PM..
Reason: fixed typo
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CRM_UUID(8) [FIXME: manual] CRM_UUID(8)NAME
crm_uuid - get a node's UUID
UUIDs are used to identify cluster nodes to ensure that they can always be uniquely identified. The crm_uuid command displays and modifies
the UUID of the node on which it is run.
When Heartbeat is first started on a node, it creates a UUID (in binary form) in /var/lib/heartbeat/hb_uuid. This file can be read and
written by means of crm_uuid.
There are very rare circumstances when crm_uuid should be used to modify the UUID file. The most common is when it is necessary to set
a node's UUID to a known value when creating a new cluster.
OPTIONS --write, -w
Write a UUID value to the /var/lib/heartbeat/hb_uuid file.
Use the -w option with care, because it creates a new UUID value for the node on which it is run. Various scripts across the
cluster might still use the old value, causing the cluster to fail because the node is no longer associated with the old UUID
value. Do not change the UUID unless you changed all references to it as well.
Read the UUID value and print it to stdout.
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