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tomkuk (TechnicalUser) (OP)
18 Aug 09 3:11
Hi guy's,

Checking the backup today, it is saying RDUN is disabled.
First day I have noticed this. Not sure what might be the problem? Backups still look like they are running OK.
This is on an option 81.
Thanks.

DATABASE   ISSUE    DATE(d/m/y)/TIME     SIZE(recs) SEQNO
Main        450W 18/08/2009 at 02:02:18      498    4436
Secondary   450W 17/08/2009 at 02:02:18      498    4435
Backup      450W 18/08/2009 at 02:02:18      498    4436
Current backup is on floppy diskette on CMDU 1

CIOD157 INFO: CMDU 1 is ACTIVE, RDUN is DISABLED
 
tomkuk (TechnicalUser) (OP)
18 Aug 09 3:17
Oh I just found this from the history file........

 DROL001 DAILY ROUTINE END
% CIOD  LD137  END  02:18  18/8/2009
%
% CIOD036 Read test in progress (100% done)
%
% CIOD053 CMDU 1 CD-ROM not readable or missing
%
% CIOD016 RDUN cmd fail due to RDUN in DIS state
 
tomkuk (TechnicalUser) (OP)
18 Aug 09 3:18
>ld 137
CIOD000
.stat
IOP  0 ENABLED   (STANDBY: S/W STATUS)  IODUC
IOP  1 ENABLED   (ACTIVE)  IODUC
CMDU 0 DISABLED  (HDK was previously unresponsive)
CMDU 1 ENABLED   (ACTIVE)
RDUN   DISABLED
ELNK   ENABLED
SDEV 1 OK (KC VALID)
 
Nicolas92 (TechnicalUser)
18 Aug 09 4:21
Hi,

Did  tou try to manually synchronize your CPU
LD 135
sync or join ?
tomkuk (TechnicalUser) (OP)
18 Aug 09 7:16
No I haven't tried that yet, was not 100% sure on best process or if it would perhaps sort itself out tonight?

Am I right in thinking if we loose a core at present it won't automatically switch over to the otherside?
bigindian65 (TechnicalUser)
18 Aug 09 8:24
do a SCPU and when it ask force?  say YES.

Mato' Was'aka

yyrkroon (TechnicalUser)
18 Aug 09 8:55
enable cmdu 0 first, then either attempt synch or scpu
tomkuk (TechnicalUser) (OP)
18 Aug 09 9:10
From ld 135?

. enl cmdu 0 ?
 
bigindian65 (TechnicalUser)
18 Aug 09 9:15
it should enl on the force ( ld 137 on the cmdu)

Mato' Was'aka

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