Did you get any resolution with your Novell ticket? We are experiencing
the same problem with a couple of our two node clusters on OES2.

Richard White wrote:
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>> Hi Richard.

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>> It seems a tough problem. I imagine that if you write a cluster
>> status command you see your cluster resource in Running state, does it?
>> In that case if you write nss /pools you will get a list of your pools
>> saying if they are active or deactive. If your pool is active try
>> ncpcon volumes. If you see your volume listed in theory everything
>> should be ok.

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>> Try these commands to check if the volume is mounted properly.

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> Thanks for the reply. nss /pools shows the DATA pool active. ncpcon
> volumes shows only SYS and _ADMIN as being mounted. However, iManger |
> Storage | Volumes shows the volume as active and mounted.
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> I will open a ticket with Novell on this later today. I appreciate the
> help from the forum (always the second place to look, if I can't find
> anything on Novell's KB), but the boss wants me to get this working.
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> Richard
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