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CMS actif trouvé sans lien de cluster

Hello,

On our production environment, we have a cluster with two machines BO-Boxi cprod1, Boxi-cprod2 (two vm on windows 2008).

We have a problem with Boxi-cprod1 which does not connect to the cluster, observed following message every two minutes on the Event Viewer:

"CMS asset (s) found (s) unrelated cluster. Trying to reconnect with Boxi-cprod2.DC-PIAD.in.ac-bordeaux.fr: 6400."

The AIS-Boxi cprod1 is on but none of the servers on the CMC is started (we can not boot from the CMC).

BO information:

-> Version date: 2010/09/21: 4:48:37

-> Version number: 753

-> Product Version: 12.3.2.753

Information database repository BO:

-> DB2 v9.1.0.6

Vm OS details of:

-> Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise

Boxi-cprod2 is active, so users can connect, but we've had error messages indicating that the number of simultaneous connections had been reached, and therefore had to make a

stop / restart tomcat. Thus the situation is quite precarious.

Could you help us to understand what to do?

Thank you in advance.

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  • Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 03:07 PM

    you need to troubleshoot your clustering.

    how was it done, can each server talk to other and to DB etc....

    enable CMS and SIA traces on both and review them.

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