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unixadmin
13-Mar-2014, 16:08
Hi there,

we are using SLES11 with Oracle DB on a NFS Filesystem from Netapp Filer.
Sometimes the DB crashes and the lock files are not automaticaly removed from the Netapp Filer. Therefor the DB will not start and we have to remove teh locks by hand.
The Oracle Support says the OS must remove the locks and they out of scope :mad:

We see in the message file following entry:

Mar 7 20:59:20 vmora01 kernel: [8808347.703363] lockd: unexpected unlock status: 9
Mar 7 20:59:20 vmora01 kernel: [8808347.703423] lockd: unexpected unlock status: 150994944
Mar 7 20:59:20 vmora01 kernel: klogd 1.4.1, ---------- state change ----------
Mar 7 20:59:20 vmora01 kernel: [8808347.704555] lockd: unexpected unlock status: 9
Mar 7 20:59:20 vmora01 kernel: [8808347.704585] lockd: unexpected unlock status: 150994944
Mar 7 20:59:20 vmora01 kernel: [8808347.704908] lockd: unexpected unlock status: 9
Mar 7 20:59:20 vmora01 kernel: [8808347.704923] lockd: unexpected unlock status: 150994944
Mar 7 20:59:20 vmora01 kernel: [8808347.814618] lockd: unexpected unlock status: 9
Mar 7 20:59:20 vmora01 kernel: [8808347.814636] lockd: unexpected unlock status: 150994944
Mar 7 20:59:20 vmora01 kernel: [8808347.814911] lockd: unexpected unlock status: 9
Mar 7 20:59:20 vmora01 kernel: [8808347.814924] lockd: unexpected unlock status: 150994944
Mar 7 20:59:20 vmora01 kernel: [8808347.815291] lockd: unexpected unlock status: 9
Mar 7 20:59:20 vmora01 kernel: [8808347.815814] lockd: unexpected unlock status: 150994944
Mar 7 20:59:20 vmora01 kernel: [8808348.186174] lockd: unexpected unlock status: 9
Mar 7 20:59:20 vmora01 kernel: [8808348.186193] lockd: unexpected unlock status: 150994944
Mar 7 20:59:21 vmora01 kernel: [8808349.486748] lockd: unexpected unlock status: 9
Mar 7 20:59:21 vmora01 kernel: [8808349.486765] lockd: unexpected unlock status: 150994944


any hints?

regards Eberhard

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19-Mar-2014, 20:20
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jmozdzen
20-Mar-2014, 11:06
Hi Eberhard,


seems like no-one responded so far - I had seen your question and did a quick background check, but without turning up any helpful details.

From the nature of those messages, I'd highly recommend to open a service request with SuSE.

Regards,
Jens