If a SUNW.rac_framework resource fails to start, verify the status of the resource to determine the cause of the failure. For more information, see How to Verify the Status of Sun Cluster Support for Oracle Parallel Server/Real Application Clusters.
Faulted - ucmmd is not running
The ucmmd daemon is not running on the node where the resource resides. For information about how to correct this problem, see Failure of the ucmmd Daemon to Start.
Degraded - reconfiguration in progress
A configuration error occurred in one or more components of Sun Cluster Support for Oracle Parallel Server/Real Application Clusters.
To determine the cause of the configuration error, examine the following files:
The UCMM reconfiguration log file /var/cluster/ucmm/ucmm_reconf.log
The system messages file
For more information about error messages that might indicate the cause of the configuration error, see Sun Cluster Error Messages Guide for Solaris OS.
To correct the problem, correct the configuration error that caused the problem. Then reboot the node on which the erroneous component resides.
Reconfiguration of Oracle Parallel Server/Real Application Clusters was not completed until after the START method of the SUNW.rac_framework resource timed out.
For instructions to correct the problem, see How Recover From the Timing Out of the START Method.
On the node where the START method timed out, take the RAC framework resource group offline.
# scswitch -z -g resource-group -h nodelist
Specifies the name of the RAC framework resource group. If this resource group was created by using the scsetup utility, the name of the resource group is rac-framework-rg.
Specifies a comma-separated list of other cluster nodes on which resource-group is online.
On all cluster nodes that can run Sun Cluster Support for Oracle Parallel Server/Real Application Clusters, bring the RAC framework resource group online.
# scswitch -Z -g resource-group
Enables the resource and monitor, moves the resource group to the MANAGED state, and brings the resource group online
Specifies that the resource group that you brought offline in Step 2 is to be moved to the MANAGED state and brought online