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Try use kfod utility:
Note: Keep in mind that the Grid Infrastructure software does not need to be installed to use kfod, since kfod is located as well on the staging area where you uncompressed the Grid Infrastructure software, as the following example:
Where: "/stage" is the directory where I uncompressed the source software for the Grid Infrastructure software.
And put here :
$ kfod asm_diskstring='/dev/usasdirvg801_asm*' disks=all
Thank you for that reminder! I have not needed to use kfod very much in the past. I did as you suggested, and kfod was able to detect the disks from all cluster nodes. Based on that, I took a calculated risk and decided to ignore the warning message and proceed.
My cluster has been built and appears to be working normally.
Thank you for the advice!