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Problem bring up a cluster group after reboot.

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As we are running an application on cluster 1 . And cluster 2 is for database oracle server.If one of clusters down it will failover another one. As we are having a problem everytime we shut down cluster 2, bring it up and then bring a cluster 1 up . When Cluster 1 is up and running .Cluster 2 is then failed and all group moved to cluster 1. We thought a problem could be caused by a fibre channel but checked it and it was OK ...Any suggestions could be appreciated ...Thanks,
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Top Expert 2007
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Are you running SunCluster 3.x?

If yes.

As we are having a problem everytime we shut down cluster 2, bring it up and then bring a cluster 1 up .
- when you bring up node 2, node 1 is down?

When Cluster 1 is up and running .Cluster 2 is then failed and all group moved to cluster 1
- that's normal (that resorce groups are moved to node 1 when node 2 failed)
- the reason, why node 2 has failed, you may see in /var/adm/messages

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