Re: Node Evictions

nope nothing interesting.

thanks to everyone for your help.

joe

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Date:
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Re: Node Evictions
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Is there anything in the oracle alert logs?  Sometimes it will show up 
there, or in the system logs.

On Thu, Mar 24, 2011 at 10:00 AM, Manuela Atoui <manuelaout@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> wrote:
Hello Joe,
as other posters already mentioned, node eviction is not expected 
behavior.
Apart from sar and other OS data collection tools, ask the sysadmins to 
look after the network, e.g. faulty network cables etc. can also cause 
node eviction.

Kind regards

Manuela Atoui
Expert Data Systems s.a.r.l.
Senior Oracle DBA

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Mar Roukoz, Mkalles, Beirut, Lebanon
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On Thu, Mar 24, 2011 at 4:35 PM, Amaral, Rui <Rui.Amaral@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
wrote:
you might want to get your sysadmins to get sar (or systemtap) to collect 
OS data periodically as things like a CPU or i/o bound system may not 
necessarily be in the cluster logs.
 
 
Rui Amaral
Database Administrator
ITS - SSG
TD Bank Financial Group
220 Bay St., 11th Floor
Toronto, ON, CA, M5K1A2
(bb) (647) 204-9106
 
 

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Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2011 10:31 AM
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Subject: RE: Node Evictions


Well once research started, the cssd logs had rotated and information was 
gone, so we're going to run diagcollection.pl soon as the evicted node 
comes back to the cluster, of course the next time it happens. 

joe 

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From: 
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"'TESTAJ3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <TESTAJ3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, 
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Date: 
03/24/2011 10:21 AM 
Subject: 
RE: Node Evictions 
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correct. What are you seeing the crs logs? 
  
Rui Amaral 
Database Administrator 
ITS - SSG 
TD Bank Financial Group 
220 Bay St., 11th Floor 
Toronto, ON, CA, M5K1A2 
(bb) (647) 204-9106 
  
  

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Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2011 10:15 AM
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Subject: Node Evictions


Is it normal for node evictions to happen?    If all is going well, then 
there shouldn't be evictions right? 

CRS 11.1.0.7 
DB: 11.1.0.7 

all on linux. 

joe 

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