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[Linux-cluster] Unexpected service restart



Hi
I have a problem with a service (oracle ) , this service is restarted by clurgmgrd without a error message.
The "message" log show:

=============================================================
Jan 8 04:50:50 eir-db1 clurgmgrd: [2922]: <info> Executing /opt/oracle/OraHome10g/bin/oracle_mgr.sh status
...
Jan 8 04:51:20 eir-db1 clurgmgrd: [2922]: <info> Executing /opt/oracle/OraHome10g/bin/oracle_mgr.sh status
...
Jan  8 04:51:40 eir-db1 clurgmgrd[2922]: <notice> Stopping service Oracle
Jan 8 04:51:40 eir-db1 clurgmgrd: [2922]: <info> Removing IPv4 address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx from bond1
...
Jan 8 04:51:50 eir-db1 clurgmgrd: [2922]: <info> Executing /opt/oracle/OraHome10g/bin/oracle_mgr.sh stop
...
Jan 8 04:52:27 eir-db1 clurgmgrd: [2922]: <info> Removing IPv4 address yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy from bond0
Jan  8 04:52:37 eir-db1 clurgmgrd: [2922]: <info> unmounting /data
Jan 8 04:52:38 eir-db1 clurgmgrd[2922]: <notice> Service Oracle is recovering Jan 8 04:52:38 eir-db1 clurgmgrd[2922]: <notice> Recovering failed service Oracle Jan 8 04:52:38 eir-db1 clurgmgrd: [2922]: <info> mounting /dev/cciss/c1d0p1 on /data Jan 8 04:52:38 eir-db1 kernel: kjournald starting. Commit interval 5 seconds Jan 8 04:52:38 eir-db1 kernel: EXT3-fs warning: maximal mount count reached, running e2fsck is recommended
Jan  8 04:52:38 eir-db1 kernel: EXT3 FS on cciss/c1d0p1, internal journal
Jan 8 04:52:38 eir-db1 kernel: EXT3-fs: mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Jan 8 04:52:38 eir-db1 clurgmgrd: [2922]: <info> Adding IPv4 address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx to bond0 Jan 8 04:52:39 eir-db1 clurgmgrd: [2922]: <info> Executing /opt/oracle/OraHome10g/bin/oracle_mgr.sh start
...
Jan  8 04:52:47 eir-db1 su(pam_unix)[27069]: session closed for user oracle
Jan 8 04:52:47 eir-db1 clurgmgrd: [2922]: <info> Adding IPv4 address yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy to bond1
Jan  8 04:52:48 eir-db1 clurgmgrd[2922]: <notice> Service Oracle started
Jan 8 04:52:50 eir-db1 clurgmgrd: [2922]: <info> Executing /opt/oracle/OraHome10g/bin/oracle_mgr.sh status
...
Jan 8 04:53:20 eir-db1 clurgmgrd: [2922]: <info> Executing /opt/oracle/OraHome10g/bin/oracle_mgr.sh status
============================================================================

the "/opt/oracle/OraHome10g/bin/oracle_mgr.sh status" NOT fail ( this is a basic test), so I don't understand the reason for the restart of services.
The service configuration is:

==============================================================================================
               <service autostart="1" name="Oracle">
<fs device="/dev/cciss/c1d0p1" force_unmount="0" fstype="ext3" mountpoint="/data" name="oracle_fs" options=""> <ip address="xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx" monitor_link="0"> <script file="/opt/oracle/OraHome10g/bin/oracle_mgr.sh" name="Oracle_script"/>
                               </ip>
                       </fs>
                       <ip address="yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy" monitor_link="0"/>
               </service>
===============================================================================================
I need information about this restart reason.
Any idea ??
Do you need another Logs files??
How can i modify the logs level in the cluster?

In this moment I'm checking the hardware ( scsi controler and disk and drivers).
We have configurated a cluster using with Red Hat E4 U2.
I this moment we have 3 services running in the cluster, we have problem only with oracle.
The hardware is: HP ProLiant DL385 Packaged Cluster with MSA500 G2

Thanks in advance
Luis G.





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