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Loss of all ip connectivity on a HPUX 11i system due to networking service failure

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Has anyone ever seen the networking service on HPUX fall over resulting in a total loss of network connectivity? I have a 2 clustered hp machines using serviceguard. When the networking service stop on the active node the systems go into limbo as serviceguard issues a TOC and this results in both machine constantly rebooting while the active node not release it's lock on the disk array partitions.
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Maybe this is a bug.
Switch everything off and try to get back disks and one node.
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Correct it's a known issue with serviceguard. HP tell me it's expected behaviour and I should buy a quroum server. Nice heh!!!!!!!
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