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Well, there has got to be some kind of dependency somewhere. Which filesystem/disks does the IO domain boot from? You can also check if there is a dependency configured withing ldm
Look for the line saying failure-policy for the global domain and the line master= for the io-domain.
ldm list-domain -o domain primary ldm list-domain -o domain io-domain
Edited by: 987922 on 2013-02-19 06:28
ok, that is really just half of the information we need. the failure-policy tells us that domains that depend on PRIMARY should also be reset when the primary domain is reset. But to find out if your io-domain is dependant, you'll need to look at the line underneath DEPENDANCY. In this example, the domain is dependant from the primary:
If yours looks like this aswell, it would explain the behaviour and could be changed by changing this parameter