Were you able to delete the device from the set using this procedure?
(node1 owns the set and delete/add node2)
node1# metaset -s diag-set -d -f -h node2
node1 # metaset -s diag-set -a -h node2
node1# metaset -s diag-set -d -f /dev/did/rdsk/d18
I didn't try that procedure yet, hosts are in production enviroment and i need to evaluate any possible impact with the customer.
What about clustered services such as Oracle (failover) instance configured on that diskset (diag-set)? Do i need to disable the service or i can try while Oracle is Online on the other node?.
The steps only make changes to the metaset, it removes and then adds the host that gives the error.
There is no impact on your cluster. The worst that can happen is that you may see errors from the metaset
if the issue is not resolved after these procedure.
You could minimize the impact by disabling all the resources in that resource group including the HAStoragePlus
that has mounts associated with diag-set. Then run the procedure and see if you can release the set and take
it on node2 without errors. If it worked then you can enable all resources and test a resourcegroup switch.
Solved, it works!!
Thank's so much for your help!!!