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arcserve-KB : RO45672 :16.0: LNX-SYSTEM CRASH AND UNMOUNT PROBLEM

Last Update: 2015-09-10 18:27:52 UTC

Solutions Details
Operating System:    LINUX Solution No:    2
Confirmed Date:    05/09/2012 Updated Date:    05/09/2012
Component:    XOSOFT Replication-XOSWAN Release:     16.1
Fix:    RO45672 Hyper:    No
Distribution Code:    AVAILABLE     

 

Problem Description
Title: LNX-SYSTEM CRASH AND UNMOUNT PROBLEM
Description:
                      >>> ATTN: THIS FIX IS FOR LINUX RHAT ONLY <<<

  Fixes the problem with system crash caused by
  ARCserve RHA when asynchronous and direct IO is
  enabled in Oracle on Linux. In addition, it fixes a
  problem with unmount of root directories on Linux
  when RHA scenario is stopped.

  PREREQS: R16.1.1

  MPREREQS: None

  COREQS: None

  MCOREQS: None

  SUPERSEDED: None

 HYPER: NO

 DISTRIBUTION CODE: A (A=Available, I=Internal)

 PROBLEM RESOLUTION: Follow the instructions below:
 The following PREREQS must be applied before applying this fix:
 R16.1.1

 CA ARCserveRHA r16.1 SP1 should be installed.

 1) Stop all the running scenarios
 2) Stop ARCserveRHA engine (/etc/init.d/ARCserveRHA stop)
 3) unload the loaded xofs module (lsmod | grep xofs; rmmod
 xofs)
 4) Change to directory (cd /opt/CA/ARCserveRHA/kernel/fs)
 5) Make a copy of the existing xofs module ( cp -p
 xofs.o.2.6.18-164.el5 xofs.o.2.6.18-164.el5.RO45672)
 6) Extract the fix in a tmp location (/var/tmp)
 7) Copy the extracted xofs module (cp /var/tmp/
 xofs.o.2.6.18-164.el5 /opt/CA/ARCserveRHA/kernel/fs)
 8) Make sure that the file permissions are same as the
 original.
 9) Start ARCserveRHA engine (/etc/init.d/ARCserveRHA start)
 10) Start the scenarios.


 PRODUCT(S) AFFECTED: REPLICTN FILE SERVR STD OS Release 16.1

 DOWNLOAD INFORMATION:
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 UPDATED ROUTINES:
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 NOTE: For UNIX Script Files, the actual file size may be less than
 the size shown below.
 fs.RHEL5.tar.gz 6888961 FRI APR 06 15:58:11 2012

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