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Administering an Oracle® Solaris Cluster 4.4 Configuration

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Updated: March 2019
 
 

Troubleshooting a Node Uninstallation

This section describes error messages that you might receive when you run the clnode remove command after uninstalling Oracle Solaris Cluster software from the node, and the corrective actions to take.

Unremoved Cluster File System Entries

The following error messages indicate that the global-cluster node you removed still has cluster file systems referenced in its vfstab file.

Verifying that no unexpected global mounts remain in /etc/vfstab ... failed
clnode:  global-mount1 is still configured as a global mount.
clnode:  global-mount1 is still configured as a global mount.
clnode:  /global/dg1 is still configured as a global mount.
 
clnode:  It is not safe to uninstall with these outstanding errors.
clnode:  Refer to the documentation for complete uninstall instructions.
clnode:  Uninstall failed.

To correct this error, return to How to Uninstall Oracle Solaris Cluster Software From a Cluster Node in Installing and Configuring an Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.4 Environment and repeat the procedure. Ensure that you successfully remove all globally mounted file-system entries from the node's /etc/vfstab file before you rerun the clnode remove command.

Unremoved Listing in Device Groups

The following error messages indicate that the node you removed is still listed with a device group.

Verifying that no device services still reference this node ... failed
clnode:  This node is still configured to host device service "service".
clnode:  This node is still configured to host device service "service2".
clnode:  This node is still configured to host device service "service3".
clnode:  This node is still configured to host device service "dg1".
 
clnode:  It is not safe to uninstall with these outstanding errors.
clnode:  Refer to the documentation for complete uninstall instructions.
clnode:  Uninstall failed.