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Heartbeat IPs

Created: 08 Mar 2010 • Updated: 23 May 2010 | 5 comments
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 We have a VCS installed on two windows 2003 servers. How do I find out what IPs are used for heartbeat?

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Dev Roy's picture

check /etc/llttab

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TristanIce's picture

 I have there:

# This is a program generated file. Please do not edit.
set-node V-W2K3-SQL02-S1
set-cluster 0
 
link-lowpri Adapter0 00:50:56:8C:62:3F - ether - -
link Adapter1 00:50:56:8C:53:44 - ether - -
start

What can I understand from that?

Thanks.
 

VictorFeng's picture

Another place you can check is main.cf.

We do not have Windows version, and here is in Solaris.
 
host04> cat /etc/llttab
set-node host04
set-cluster 10
link ce3 /dev/ce:3 - ether - -
link ce7 /dev/ce:7 - ether - -

Look for ce3 in main.cf:
host04> cat $VCS_HOME/conf/config/main.cf
 PrivNIC ora_priv (
                Critical = 0
                Device @host04 = { ce3 = 0, ce7 = 1 }
                Device @host05 = { ce3 = 0, ce7 = 1 }
                Address @host04 = "10.1.1.10"
                Address @host05 = "10.1.1.11"
                NetMask = "255.255.255.224"
                )

Confirm:
host04> ifconfig ce3
ce3: flags=1000843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,IPv4> mtu 1500 index 4
        inet 10.1.1.10 netmask ffffffe0 broadcast 10.1.1.31

Victor

Dev Roy's picture

Seems your llt is not configured over udp, otherwise you would have seen something like:

set-node Node0
set-cluster 1
#configure Links
#link <tag-name> <device> <node-range> <link-type> <udp port> <MTU> <IP-address> <bcast-address>
link link1 udp - udp 50000 - 192.1.2.1 192.1.2.255
link link2 udp - udp 50001 - 192.1.3.1 192.1.3.255

Take a look at page number 730 of VCS admin gudie for Windows:
http://sfdoccentral.symantec.com/sf/5.0/windows/pd...

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