Bringing an NFS Resource In‑Service (Restore)

Error Number
Error Message
Description
106007 Cannot bring NFS or HANFS resource “TAG” in service on server "SERVER" Review other error messages to determine the action to take. After correcting the problem, try bringing the resource in service manually.
106010 NFS is not running on server “SERVER”. LifeKeeper will attempt to restart NFS. This message is for information only. LifeKeeper will try to restart the NFS daemons automatically. If LifeKeeper encounters problems while restarting one of the daemons, you will receive a message that starting NFS failed.
106011 Starting NFS on server "SERVER" failed There was a problem while restarting the NFS daemons. Try manually restarting NFS.
106012 The export point "EXPORT POINT" is not exported on server "SERVER". LifeKeeper will attempt to export the entry. LifeKeeper has detected that the export point is no longer exported, and will try to export it.
106013 Unable to export "EXPORT POINT" on server "SERVER" Try manually exporting the file system.
106014 Usage: USAGE STRING Usage of command run with incorrect arguments. Command line only.
106019 Executing command: "COMMAND" This message is displayed when LifeKeeper restarts an NFS daemon or exports/unexports an export point. It provides additional information that can be useful if there is a problem.
106024 Unable to stop and restart rpc.mountd on "SERVER" During a hierarchy restore the rpc.mountd daemon process needed to be restarted and this process failed. Manually attempt to stop and restart the process to determine the error and the action to take.
106027 Open of "FILE NAME" on server "SERVER" failed: "ERROR MSG" The attempted open failed for the reason listed.
106028 Mount of /proc/fs/nfsd failed on server "SERVER" In 2.6 and later kernels /proc/fs/nfsd is used for client authentication and an attempt to mount it failed. Manually attempt to mount /proc/fs/nfsd to determine the failure.
106029 Unable to get exclusive lock on "FILE NAME" on server "SERVER" Unable to obtain an exclusive lock for file update after 20 seconds. This indicates a problem with the file.
106030 Unable to restore client info for "CLIENT" on server "SERVER": "ERROR MSG" Client lock failover failed. Correct the failure condition and attempt to restore the hierarchy again.
106037 Attempts to get exclusive lock on "FILE NAME" on server "SERVER" failed: "ERROR MSG" Unable to obtain an exclusive lock for updating. See the error message for the cause.
106039 Open of "FILE" on server "SERVER" failed: "ERROR MSG"

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Attempt to get exclusive lock on "FILE" on server "SERVER" failed: "ERROR MSG"
An attempt to open or obtain an exclusive lock on a file has failed. See the error message for the cause.
106040 Multiple virtual IP addresses detected. In this release NFS lock failover only supports one virtual IP address. Recreate the NFS resource hierarchies to use only one virtual IP address or set FAILOVERNFSLOCKS to false in the LifeKeeper defaults file.
106052 Unable to mount rpc_pipefs on "SERVER". Reason: "REASON". rpc_pipefs was not mounted on SERVER and the mount attempt failed for REASON.
106053 rpc_pipefs successfully mounted on "SERVER" rpc_pipefs was successfully mounted on SERVER.
106064 Pseudo file system (fsid=0) protected by NFS RK is not supported in LifeKeeper v9.6.0 and later. Please delete the “TAG” resource whose export point is “EXPORT POINT”. Pseudo file system is not supported in LifeKeeper v9.6.0 and later. Please delete the resource hierarchy.

Taking an NFS Resource Out of Service (Remove)

Error Number
Error Message
Description
106008 Unable to unexport the export point "EXPORT POINT" on server "SERVER" Use the exportfs(8) command to unexport it.
106014 Usage: USAGE STRING Usage of command run with incorrect arguments. Command line only.
106019 Executing command: "COMMAND" This message is displayed when LifeKeeper restarts an NFS daemon or exports/unexports an export point. It provides additional information that can be useful if there is a problem.

Bringing an NFS Resource Back In Service (Recover)

The LifeKeeper core periodically checks the health of every NFS instance In Service on the local server by running an NFS “quickCheck” script. This script verifies the following:

  • The file system is exported
  • The NFS/HA-NFS daemons are running

If the instance is not fully functional, a "recover" script is invoked to attempt to restart the instance. This simply logs an error message, invokes "restore," prints the final error or success message – depending on error or success of the "restore" script – and returns the same result as "restore." If restore/recover fails, this instance is failed over to another server.

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