Restoring Failed Machines
The procedure you follow to restore a failed machine depends on whether that machine was the MASTER machine.
How to Restore a Failed MASTER Machine
To restore a failed MASTER machine, complete the following procedure.
boot -B SITE1
(The BBL does not boot if you have not executed pclean on SITE1.)
How to Restore a Failed Nonmaster Machine
To restore a failed nonmaster machine, complete the following procedure.
In the following list, SITE2, a nonmaster machine, is restored.
Example of Restoring a Failed Nonmaster Machine
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> pclean SITE2
Cleaning the DBBL.
Pausing 10 seconds waiting for system to stabilize.
3 SITE2 servers removed from bulletin board
> boot -B SITE2
Booting admin processes ...
Exec BBL -A :
on SITE2 -> process id=22923 ... Started.
1 process started.
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