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How do you mount a vnx file system on the Oracle Super cluster nodes.

Hi,

I can export, ping, ssh to the Oracle Super cluster from the VNX control station. I see from server_netstat server_2 that the network that is needed for Oracle Super Cluster nodes, 171 is not present. Automount hangs.

I have done all of the preliminary testing I can do. I do not know the HCC cluster very well and do not have super-user access. The same moutn point is accessible just fine for the other networks. The domain node is on an infiband isolated network which talks to the other nodes.

Here is what admin told me(in bold Italics). Again, I am able to export, ping, ssh to the servers in question, 10.129.171.110, 10.129.171.119.

Has anyone ever done this and if so, can you please help me shed some light on this?

The two host are control domain. /export is on the closed network within the supercluster.

backup  /DB_Backup/backup       nfs     sec=sys,root,rw is share that across the two host from efsdzadmclient0101.


thanks



Fri, Sep 2, 2016 at 3:43 PM, Ulisano, Benita <baulisano@cps.edu> wrote:

/export is on the closed network right?


On Fri, Sep 2, 2016 at 3:40 PM, Singh, Gyan <gsingh3@cps.edu> wrote:
Hi Benita,
I am still not able to see the mount point.

root@efsdzadmclient0101:~# svcs nfs/client

STATE          STIME    FMRI

online         Jun_20   svc:/network/nfs/client:default

root@efsdzadmclient0101:~# svcs nfs/server

STATE          STIME    FMRI

online         Jun_20   svc:/network/nfs/server:default

root@efsdzadmclient0101:~# share

rpool_export_oesinstall_IPS-repos       /export/oesinstall/IPS-repos    nfs     sec=sys,rw

IPC$            smb     -       Remote IPC

backup  /DB_Backup/backup       nfs     sec=sys,root,rw

root@efsdzadmclient0101:~# showmount -e 10.129.226.16

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Re: How do you mount a vnx file system on the Oracle Super cluster nodes.

Server Side

root@efsdzadmclient0101:~# rpcinfo -u localhost rpcbind

program 100000 version 2 ready and waiting

program 100000 version 3 ready and waiting

program 100000 version 4 ready and waiting

root@efsdzadmclient0101:~# rpcinfo -u localhost mountd

program 100005 version 1 ready and waiting

program 100005 version 2 ready and waiting

program 100005 version 3 ready and waiting

root@efsdzadmclient0101:~# rpcinfo -u localhost nfs

program 100003 version 2 ready and waiting

program 100003 version 3 ready and waiting

root@efsdzadmclient0101:~#

Client Side

root@efsdzadmclient0201:~# showmount -e 10.129.171.110

export list for 10.129.171.110:

/DB_Backup/backup            (everyone)

/export/oesinstall/IPS-repos (everyone)

root@efsdzadmclient0201:~#

root@efsdzadmclient0201:~# rpcinfo -u 10.129.171.110 nfs

program 100003 version 2 ready and waiting

program 100003 version 3 ready and waiting

root@efsdzadmclient0201:~# rpcinfo -u 10.129.171.110 mountd

program 100005 version 1 ready and waiting

program 100005 version 2 ready and waiting

program 100005 version 3 ready and waiting

root@efsdzadmclient0201:~# rpcinfo -u 10.129.171.110 rpcbind

program 100000 version 2 ready and waiting

program 100000 version 3 ready and waiting

program 100000 version 4 ready and waiting

root@efsdzadmclient0201:~#

efsdzadmclient0101 acting as client for the 10.129.226.16  server (THIS IS THE ARRAY VNX DATA MOVER)

root@efsdzadmclient0101:~# rpcinfo -u 10.129.226.16 nfs

program 100003 version 2 ready and waiting

program 100003 version 3 ready and waiting

root@efsdzadmclient0101:~# rpcinfo -u 10.129.226.16 mountd

rpcinfo: RPC: Timed out

program 100005 version 0 is not available

root@efsdzadmclient0101:~# rpcinfo -u 10.129.226.16 rpcbind

program 100000 version 2 ready and waiting

rpcinfo: RPC: Program not registered

program 100000 version 3 is not available

root@efsdzadmclient0101:~#

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Re: How do you mount a vnx file system on the Oracle Super cluster nodes.

Is your Super Cluster M7?  below is the network diagram might be help:

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Re: How do you mount a vnx file system on the Oracle Super cluster nodes.

I believe it is a T5-8

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Re: How do you mount a vnx file system on the Oracle Super cluster nodes.

Has anyone in this group done this before??

We were able to validate that network and VNX side traffic are fine.

Yet the Oracle Team cannot mount this file system.

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