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Code Severity Message Cause/Action
104002 FATAL $msg);

Cause: This message indicates an internal software error.

Action: The stack trace indicates the source of the error.

104003 FATAL $self->Val(‘Tag’) . " is not an SDR resource");

Cause: A data replication action was attempted on a non data replication resource.

Action: Check the logs for related errors and try to resolve the reported problem.

104010 ERROR $self->{‘md’}: bitmap merge failed, $action

Cause: The bitmap merge operation has failed.

Action: The target server may have the mirror and/or protected filesystem mounted, or the bitmap file may be missing on the target. Check the target server.

104022 ERROR $argv1: mdadm failed ($ret)

Cause: The "mdadm" command has failed to add a device into the mirror.

Action: This is usually a temporary condition.

104023 ERROR $_);

Cause: The message contains the output of the "mdadm" command.

104025 ERROR failed to spawn monitor

Cause: The system failed to start the ‘mdadm -F’ monitor process. This should not happen under normal circumstances.

Action: Reboot the system to ensure that any potential conflicts are resolved.

104026 ERROR cannot create $md

Cause: The mirror device could not be created.

Action: Ensure the device is not already in use and that all other parameters for the mirror creation are correct.

104027 ERROR $_);

Cause: This message contains the "mdadm" command output.

104035 ERROR Too many failures. Aborting resync of $md

Cause: The device was busy for an abnormally long period of time.

Action: Reboot the system to be sure that the device is no longer busy.

104036 ERROR Failed to start nbd-server on $target (error $port)

Cause: The nbd-server process could not be started on the target server.

Action: Ensure that the target disk device is available and that its Device ID has not changed.

104037 ERROR Failed to start compression (error $port)

Cause: The system was unable to start the ‘balance’ tunnel process or there was a network problem.

Action: Ensure that the network is operating properly and that TCP ports in the range 10000-10512 are opened and unused. Ensure that the software is installed properly on all systems.

104038 ERROR Failed to start nbd-client on $source (error $ret)

Cause: The nbd-client process has failed to start on the source server.

Action: Look up the reported errno value and try to resolve the problem reported. For example, an errno value of 110 means "Connection timed out", which may indicate a network or firewall problem.

104039 ERROR Failed to add $nbd to $md on $source

Cause: This is usually a temporary condition.

Action: If this error persists, reboot the system to resolve any potential conflicts.

104045 ERROR failed to stop $self->{‘md’}

Cause: The mirror device could not be stopped.

Action: Ensure that the device is not busy or mounted. Try running "mdadm —stop" manually to stop the device.

104048 WARN failed to kill $proc, pid $pid

Cause: The process could not be signalled. This may indicate that the process has already died.

Action: Ensure that the process in question is no longer running. If it is, then reboot the system to clear up the unkillable process.

104050 ERROR Setting $name on $dest failed: $ret. Please try again.

Cause: The system failed to set a ‘mirrorinfo’ file setting.

Action: Check the network and systems and retry the mirror setting operation.

104051 FATAL Unable to open file "%s"

Cause: Failed to open /etc/mtab.

Action: Check that /etc/mtab exists and check the system log for errors.

104052 FATAL Specified existing mount point "%s" is not mounted

Cause: The mount point became unmounted.

Action: Ensure that the mount point is mounted and retry the operation.

104055 ERROR Failed to set up temporary $type access to data for $self->{‘tag’}. Error: $ret

Cause: The filesystem or device was not available on the target server. The mirrored data will not be available on the target server until the mirror is paused and resumed again.

Action: Reboot the target server to resolve any potential conflicts.

104057 ERROR Failed to undo temporary access for $self->{‘tag’} on $self->{‘sys’}. Error: $ret. Please verify that $fsid is not mounted on server $self->{‘sys’}.

Cause: The filesystem could not be unmounted on the target server.

Action: Ensure that the filesystem and device are not busy on the target server. Reboot the target server to resolve any potential conflicts.

104062 FATAL Cannot find a device with unique ID "%s"

Cause: The target disk could not be identified.

Action: Ensure that the appropriate storage recovery kits are installed on the target server. Ensure that the Device ID of the target disk has not changed.

104066 FATAL Cannot get the hardware ID of device "%s"

Cause: A unique ID could not be found for the target disk device.

Action: Ensure that the appropriate storage recovery kits are installed on the target server. Ensure that the Device ID of the target disk has not changed.

104067 FATAL Asynchronous writes cannot be enabled without a bitmap file

Cause: An attempt was made to create a mirror with invalid parameters.

Action: A bitmap file parameter must be specified or synchronous writes must be specified.

104068 FATAL Failed to extend dependent resource %s to system %s. Error %s

Cause: The hierarchy extend operation failed.

Action: Check the logs for related errors and try to resolve the reported problem.

104069 FATAL Failed to grow array ($ret)

Cause: During an extend the ‘template’ server where the mirror was in-service was unable to grow the array to add the new target.

Action: Check for errors in the LifeKeeper log and system log.

104070 FATAL Unable to extend the mirror "%s" to system "%s"

Cause: The hierarchy extend operation failed.

Action: Check the logs for related errors and try to resolve the reported problem.

104071 ERROR Failed to restore target device resources on $target->{‘sys’} : $err

Cause: The in-service operation has failed on the target server.

Action: Check the logs for related errors and try to resolve the reported problem.

104074 FATAL Cannot get the hardware ID of device "%s"

Cause: There is no storage recovery kit that recognizes the underlying disk device that you are attempting to use for the mirror.

Action: Make sure the appropriate storage recovery kits are installed. If necessary, place your device name in the /opt/LifeKeeper/subsys/scsi/resources/DEVNAME/device_pattern file.

104075 FATAL Cannot create a new disaster recovery resource instance.

Cause: In a multi-site configuration the disaster recovery resource instance could not be created.

Action: Check for errors in the LifeKeeper log and system log.

104076 FATAL Failed to create dependency between %s and %s

Cause: In a multi-site create, creation of the dependency between the netraid resource and the disrec resource failed.

Action: Check for errors in the LifeKeeper log.

104081 FATAL Cannot make the %s filesystem on "%s" (%d)

Cause: The "mkfs" command failed.

Action: Ensure that the disk device is writable and free of errors and that the filesystem tools for the selected filesystem are installed.

104082 FATAL %s

Cause: This message contains the output of the "mkfs" command.

104083 FATAL Cannot create filesys hierarchy "%s"

Cause: The resource creation failed.

Action: Check the logs for related errors and try to resolve the reported problem.

104084 FATAL Failed to create dependency between %s and %s

Cause: In a multi-site create, creation of the dependency between the file system and netraid resource failed.

Action: Check for errors in the LifeKeeper log.

104086 ERROR The "%s_data_corrupt" flag is set in "%s/subsys/scsi/resources/netraid/" on system "%s". To avoid data corruption, LifeKeeper will not restore the resource.

Cause: The data corrupt flag file has been set as a precaution to prevent accidental data corruption. The mirror cannot be restored on this server until the file is removed.

Action: If you are sure that the data is valid on the server in question, you can either: 1) remove the file and restore the mirror, or 2) force the mirror online using the LifeKeeper GUI or ‘mirror_action force’ command.

104087 ERROR The mirror "%s" (resource: "%s") is not in sync between systems "%s" (source) and "%s" (target) (status: %s). You will not be able to failover the resource to the target system listed above. You will have to bring the resource in-service on another system first and a resync will occur to ensure data reliability

Cause: When the mirror was being taken out of service it was not in-sync. Since there is data on the source that is not on the target(s), DataKeeper will prevent the mirror from coming in-service on any node other than the last node (previous source) that had the mirror in-service.

Action: Bring the mirror in-service on the previous source and let the mirror synchronize.

104088 ERROR Unextending resource "%s" while the mirror "%s" is out of sync. The data on the target partition may be corrupted

Cause: The data_corrupt flag file on the target indicates the data on the target is not synchronized with the source.

Action: Verify the data on the target is valid before using it.

104089 ERROR Deleting resource "%s" while target "%s" is out of sync. The data on the target partition may be corrupted

Cause: The data_corrupt flag file on the target indicates the data on the target is not synchronized with the source.

Action: Verify the data on the target is valid before using it.

104091 ERROR Another nbd-client process is running for nbd%s (pid %s). This process will be terminated.

Cause: When adding a target to a mirror the nbd-client process was already running. The unexpected process will be terminated and a new process started.

Action: None

104092 ERROR Mirror target resource movement to system %s : status %s

Cause: The hierarchy switchover operation has failed.

Action: Check the logs for related errors and try to resolve the reported problem.

104094 ERROR Unable to start the resynchronization to system "%s" for mirror "%s" (resource: "%s"). Please check /proc/mdstat, the system logs, and LifeKeeper logs for error messages

Cause: DataKeeper was unable to establish connection to the target listed.

Action: Check /proc/mdstat, the system logs, and LifeKeeper logs for error messages.

104097 ERROR Unable to stop/remove the mirror "%s" (resource: "%s") on system "%s". You can use the "mdadm —stop" command to manually stop the mirror

Cause: The mirror failed to stop.

Action: Check the system logs and LifeKeeper logs for error messages. Use fuser(1) to find processes that may be using the device and check that no file system is mounted on the mirror. To manually stop the mirror run “mdadm —stop /dev/md<#> where <#> is the mirror in the error message.”

104099 ERROR Unable to unextend the mirror for resource "%s" from system "%s"

Cause: The hierarchy unextend operation failed.

Action: Reboot the target server to resolve any potential conflicts and retry the operation.

104101 ERROR Failed to set the resynchronization speed limit in %s.

Cause: DataKeeper was unable to update the speed limit in the /proc filesystem.

Action: Check that the /proc entry listed in the message exists and check the system log for errors.

104102 ERROR Failed to set the resynchronization speed limit in %s.

Cause: DataKeeper was unable to update the speed limit in the /proc filesystem.

Action: Check that the /proc entry listed in the message exists and check the system log for errors.

104105 ERROR Internal error in DR scripts has sent the wrong flag into SetBitmap. This is a non-fatal internal error. Please report immediately to support@us.sios.com enclosing copies of the LifeKeeper log.

Cause: The only flags allowed to SetBitmap are ‘dirty’ and ‘clean’. These are internal settings that should always be correct.

Action: Report this error to SIOS support.

104106 ERROR remote ‘bitmap -m’ command failed on $target->{‘sys’}: $ranges

Cause: The bitmap merge command failed on the target server. This may be caused by one of two things: 1) The bitmap file may be missing or corrupted, or 2) the mirror (md) device may be active on the target.

Action: Make sure that the mirror and protected filesystem are not active on the target. If the target’s bitmap file is missing, pause and resume the mirror to recreate the bitmap file.

104107 ERROR Asynchronous writes cannot be enabled without a bitmap file

Cause: Invalid parameters were specified for the mirror create operation.

104108 ERROR Local Partition not available

Cause: Invalid parameters were specified for the mirror create operation.

104109 ERROR Cannot get the hardware ID of device "%s"

Cause: A unique ID could not be determined for the disk device.

Action: Ensure that the appropriate storage recovery kits are installed on the server. Ensure that the Device ID of the disk has not changed.

104110 ERROR Unable to create the mirror "%s" on system "%s"

Cause: The mirror was unable to be built during the resource creation process.

Action: Check system logs and LifeKeeper logs.

104111 FATAL Insufficient input parameters for "%s" creation

Cause: Invalid parameters were specified for the mirror create operation.

104112 FATAL Insufficient input parameters for "%s" creation

Cause: Invalid parameters were specified for the mirror create operation.

104113 FATAL Insufficient input parameters for "%s" creation

Cause: Invalid parameters were specified for the mirror create operation.

104114 FATAL Insufficient input parameters for "%s" creation

Cause: Invalid parameters were specified for the mirror create operation.

104115 FATAL Insufficient input parameters for "%s" creation

Cause: Invalid parameters were specified for the mirror create operation.

104116 FATAL The requested filesystem type "%s" is not supported by LifeKeeper LifeKeeper supported filesystem types are listed under "\$LKROOT/lkadm/subsys/gen/filesys/supported_fs"

Cause: The file system type selected is not supported by this version of LifeKeeper.

Action: Select a file system from the list of supported file systems.

104117 FATAL Insufficient input parameters for "%s" creation

Cause: Invalid parameters were specified for the mirror create operation.

104118 FATAL Cannot unmount existing Mount Point "%s"

Cause: The mount point is busy.

Action: Make sure the filesystem is not busy. Stop any processes or applications that may be accessing the filesystem.

104119 FATAL Invalid data replication resource type requested ("%s")

Cause: An invalid parameter was specified for the mirror create operation.

104124 EMERG WARNING: A temporary communication failure has occurred between systems %s and %s. In order to avoid data corruption, data resynchronization will not occur. MANUAL INTERVENTION IS REQUIRED. In order to initiate data resynchronization, you should take one of the following resources out of service: %s on %s or %s on %s. The resource that is taken out of service will become the mirror target.

Cause: A temporary communication failure (split-brain scenario) has occurred between the source and target servers.

Action: Perform the steps listed in the message text.

104125 ERROR failed to start ‘$cmd $_2 $user_args’ on ‘$_3

Cause: The specified command failed.

Action: Check the logs for related errors and try to resolve the reported problem.

104126 ERROR $_);

Cause: This message contains the output of the command that was reported as failing in message 104125.

104127 FATAL Cannot mount "%s" on "%s"

Cause: After successfully creating a new mirror, the file system could not be mounted on the new mirror device.

Action: Check the status of the mirror, that the mount point exists with no other file system mounted, system logs and LifeKeeper logs.

104128 FATAL comm path/server not specified

Cause: The netraid.down script was called without specifying the communication path or the server name. This script is called internally so should always have the proper parameters.

Action: Report this error to SIOS support.

104129 WARN

Cause: The replication connection for the mirror is down.

Action: Check the network.

104130 ERROR Mirror resize failed on %s (%s). You must successfully complete this operation before using the mirror. Please try again.

Cause: The mirror resize operation has failed to update the mirror metadata on the listed system.

Action: You must successfully complete the resize before using the mirror. Re-run mirror_resize (possibly using -f to force the operation if necessary).

104136 ERROR Extend failed.

Cause: The hierarchy extend operation failed.

Action: Check the logs for related errors and try to resolve the reported problem.

104143 ERROR Mirror resume was unsuccessful ($ret)

Cause: The mirror could not be established.

Action: Check the logs for related errors and try to resolve the reported problems.

104144 ERROR Unable to stop the mirror access for $self->{‘md’} on system $self->{‘sys’}. Error: $ret. Use the \"mdadm —stop $self->{‘md’}\" command to manually stop the mirror.

Cause: The mirror device created on the target node when the mirror was paused could not be stopped.

Action: Ensure that the device is not busy or mounted. Try running "mdadm —stop" manually to stop the device.

104145 WARN Unable to dirty full bitmap. Setting fullsync flag.

Cause: A full resync could not be done by dirtying the full bitmap. The fullsync flag will be used instead. This is a non-fatal error as a full synchronization will still be done.

Action: None

104156 WARN Resynchronization of "%s" is in PENDING state. Current sync_action is: "%s"

Cause: The resynchronization of the md device is detected in PENDING state.

Action: LifeKeeper will try to fix the issue by forcing a resynchronization. Check the logs for related errors. When successful assure that the PENDING state has been cleared in /proc/mdstat and the resynchronization is in progress or has been completed for the datarep resource.

104157 WARN /etc/sysconfig/raid-check update failed. Please %s \"md%d\" to SKIP_DEVS.

Cause: Unable to make changes in /etc/sysconfig/raid-check to add or remove an entry to the list of MD devices to skip (SKIP_DEVS).

Action: Check system logs for any errors related to raid-check or SKIP_DEVS. Manually add or remove md listed.

104158 EMERG WARNING: The local disk partition $self->{‘part’} for data replication device\n$self->{‘md’} has failed. MANUAL INTERVENTION IS REQUIRED.

Cause: The local device for a mirror failed. The recovery action has been set to “nothing” in LKDR_FAILURE requiring manual intervention to recover.

Action: Check system logs and LifeKeeper logs for errors related to the local disk.

104163 WARN The "%s_data_corrupt" flag is set in "%s/subsys/scsi/resources/netraid/" on system "%s". The mirror is being forced online.

Cause: The mirror is being forced online, overriding the data_corrupt flag. The data on the specified system will be treated as the latest data. If this is not correct then this can lead to data corruption or data loss.

Action: None

104164 ERROR The "%s_data_corrupt" flag for related mirror resource "%s" is set in "%s/subsys/scsi/resources/netraid/" on system "%s". To avoid data corruption, LifeKeeper will not restore this mirror or any related mirrors in the hierarchy.

Cause: The data_corrupt flag exists for one or more mirrors in the hierarchy. To avoid corrupting additional data none of the mirrors are brought in-service until all of the data_corrupt flags are resolved.

Action: Check the LifeKeeper logs to determine where each mirror was last in-service, aka where the latest data for each mirror resides. The mirrors should be brought in-service on the “previous source” where the full hierarchy was in-service and allow the mirrors to synchronize with all targets.

104165 ERROR The "%s_data_corrupt" flag for related mirror resource "%s" is set in "%s/subsys/scsi/resources/netraid/" on system "%s". The mirror resource "%s" is being forced online.

Cause: The mirror is being forced online, overriding the data_corrupt flag. The data on the specified system will be treated as the correct data to be synchronized with all targets. This can lead to data corruption or data loss if this is not the latest data.

Action: None

104170 ERROR Failed to create \"source\" flag file on shared source %s to track mirror source. This may result in a full resync.

Cause: The ‘source’ flag file was not created on the specified system to track the mirror source.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104171 ERROR Failed to create \"source\" flag file on %s to track mirror source. Target %s will not be added to mirror.

Cause: The ‘source’ flag file was not created on the specified system to track the mirror source.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104172 ERROR The \"source\" flag file on %s does not contain a valid target (%s). Full resync to remaining targets is required.

Cause: The ‘source’ flag file should contain the system name of a previous source but the name listed was not found in the list of systems configured.

Action: Report this problem to SIOS support.

104173 ERROR Failed to create \"source\" flag file on %s to track mirror source.

Cause: The ‘source’ flag file was not created on the specified system to track the mirror source

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104174 ERROR Failed to create \"previous_source\" flag file to track time waiting on source. Will not be able to timeout.

Cause: The ‘previous_source’ flag file was not created on the mirror source to track the mirror’s previous source.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104175 ERROR Failed to create "data_corrupt" flag file on target "%s".

Cause: The ‘data_corrupt’ flag file was not created on the target listed.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104176 ERROR The \"source\" flag file on %s to track mirror source does not exist. Full resync is required.

Cause: The ‘source’ flag file should exist on the system and without it the consistency of the mirror can not be verified. A full resync is required to assure data reliability.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for error or that it is full.

104177 ERROR Failed to determine amount of time waiting on %s.

Cause: The amount of time waiting for the previous source could not be determined. Targets will be added with a full resync if the previous source is not found.

Action: none

104178 ERROR Failed to update "source" flag file on target "%s", previous source must be merged first.

Cause: The source flag file on the target is updated when it is in-sync and stopped so the the next in-service does not require the previous source.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104180 ERROR Internal Error: \"previous_source\" has the local system name (%s).

Cause: The local system name should not be in the previous_source flag file.

Action: Report this error to SIOS support.

104181 ERROR Internal Error: There are no targets waiting on %s to be merged.

Cause: There are no targets waiting for a previous source to merge.

Action: Report this error to SIOS support.

104182 ERROR Failed to create \"source\" flag file on %s to track mirror source. This may result in a full resync.

Cause: The ‘source’ flag file was not created on the target listed.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104186 ERROR Failed to create \"last_owner\" flag file on %s to track mirror source. This may allow in-service of mirror on old data.

Cause: The ‘last_owner’ flag file was not created on the source.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104187 WARN $REM_MACH has ${REM_TAG}_last_owner file, create flag ${FLAGTAG}_data_corrupt.

Cause: The system listed had the mirror in-service last.

Action: The system listed has the last_owner file that indicates it has the most recent data and is most likely the best system to in-service the mirror to avoid losing data.

104188 WARN $REM_MACH is not alive, create flag ${FLAGTAG}_data_corrupt.

Cause: The system listed is not alive.

Action: Since the system listed is not alive, it cannot be determined whether that system was a more recent mirror source than the local system. Therefore the local system should not automatically be allowed to bring the mirror in-service.

104200 EMERG Continue to wait for %s to merge bitmap and do partial resyncs to all targets, no timeout set.

Cause: In a multi-target configuration targets will not be configured until the previous source is available to merge its bitmap so that all targets will be able to partially resynchronize. The LKDR_WAIT_ON_PREVIOUS_SOURCE_TIMEOUT entry in /etc/defaults/LifeKeeper is set to “-1” to wait indefinitely.

Action: Check on the status of the previous source listed in the message and resolve any issues that are preventing it from rejoining the cluster.

104201 EMERG To stop waiting for the previous source (forcing a full resync to remaining waiting targets) run: \"%s/bin/mirror_action %s fullresync %s %s\" on %s.

Cause: In a multi-target configuration targets are not being configured, waiting on the previous source to rejoin the cluster.

Action: Run the command listed in the message to force an immediate full resynchronization to this target and any remaining targets waiting to be resynchronized.

104202 EMERG Continue to wait for %s to merge bitmap and do partial resyncs to all targets. Continue to wait %d more seconds.

Cause: In a multi-target configuration targets will not be configured until the previous source is available to merge its bitmap so that all targets will be able to partially resynchronize. The LKDR_WAIT_ON_PREVIOUS_SOURCE_TIMEOUT entry in /etc/defaults/LifeKeeper is set to the number of seconds to wait. If the previous source does not join the cluster in that time then targets will be added with a full resynchronization.

Action: Check on the status of the previous source listed in the message and resolve any issues that are preventing it from rejoining the cluster.

104203 EMERG To stop waiting for the previous source (forcing a full resync to remaining waiting targets) run: \"%s/bin/mirror_action %s fullresync %s %s\" on %s.

Cause: In a multi-target configuration targets are not being configured, waiting on the previous source to rejoin the cluster.

Action: Run the command listed in the message to force an immediate full resynchronization to this target and any remaining targets waiting to be resynchronized.
Note: Run this command to stop waiting even if the target listed is deleted and never returning.

104207 ERROR Failed to create "data_corrupt" flag file on "%s".

Cause: The ‘data_corrupt’ flag file was not created on the source listed.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104208 ERROR Failed to create "data_corrupt" flag file on target "%s".

Cause: The ‘data_corrupt’ flag file was not created on the target listed.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104209 ERROR Failed to create "data_corrupt" flag file on "%s".

Cause: The ‘data_corrupt’ flag file was not created on the source listed.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104210 ERROR Failed to create "data_corrupt" flag file on target "%s".

Cause: The ‘data_corrupt’ flag file was not created on the target listed.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104211 ERROR Failed to create "data_corrupt" flag file on target "%s".

Cause: The ‘data_corrupt’ flag file was not created on the target listed.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104212 ERROR The \"source\" flag file on %s to track mirror source does not exist. Full resync to remaining targets is required.

Cause: The ‘source’ flag file should exist on the system and without it the consistency of the mirror can not be verified. A full resync is required to assure data reliability. All targets not already being mirrored will require a full resync.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for error or that it is full.

104214 ERROR Failed to create \"source\" flag file on %s to track mirror source.

Cause: The ‘source’ flag file was not created on the specified system to track the mirror source.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104216 ERROR Failed to create "data_corrupt" flag file on target "%s".

Cause: The ‘data_corrupt’ flag file was not created on the target listed.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104217 ERROR Failed to create \"source\" flag file on shared source %s to track mirror source. This may result in a full resync.

Cause: The ‘source’ flag file was not created on the specified system to track the mirror source.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104218 ERROR Failed to create "data_corrupt" flag file on target "%s".

Cause: The ‘data_corrupt’ flag file was not created on the target listed.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full

104221 ERROR Failed to create \"last_owner\" flag file on %s to track mirror source. This may allow in-service of mirror on old data.

Cause: The ‘last_owner’ flag file was not created on the target listed.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104222 ERROR Failed to create "last_owner" flag file to track mirror source". This may allow in-service of mirror on old data.

Cause: The ‘last_owner’’ flag file is used to know where the mirror was last in-service.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104223 ERROR Failed to create "last_owner" flag file to track mirror source". This may allow in-service of mirror on old data.

Cause: The ‘last_owner’’ flag file is used to know where the mirror was last in-service.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104224 ERROR Failed to create \"previous_source\" flag file.

Cause: The ‘previous_source’ flag file was not created. This is needed to merge the previous source bitmap to avoid a full resync.

Action: Check the LKROOT (/opt/LifeKeeper) file system for errors or that it is full.

104227 ERROR Failed to set %s to %s.

Cause: This message indicates a failure to set a sysfs parameter for the nbd driver (/sys/block/nbdX).

Action: It may be necessary to adjust one or more of:

NBD_NR_REQUESTS
NBD_SCHEDULER
LKDR_ASYNC_LIMIT

in /etc/default/LifeKeeper to avoid this error.

104251 ERROR There is no LifeKeeper protected resource with tag $tag on system $me.

Cause: The given tag does not correspond to a LifeKeeper protected resource on the given system.

Action: Verify that the resource tag and system name are correct.

104252 ERROR Resource $tag is not a $app/$typ resource. Please use the $ins_app/$ins_typ resource-specific canfailover script instead.

Cause: The scsi/netraid-specific canfailover script was called for a non-scsi/netraid resource.

Action: Use the canfailover script, if it exists, corresponding to the appropriate app and type of the given resource.

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