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"ec_cluster: No member info" Error in Paniclog

Last Updated: May 17, 2016 02:56PM EDT
"ec_cluster: No member info" Error in Paniclog

If you use Duravips and see errors similar to the following:

1429041921:ec_cluster: No member info for #ec0-31042#msm-mta08-tor6 removing from 10.4.43.46
1429041921:ec_cluster: No member info for #ec0-31042#msm-mta08-tor6 removing from 10.4.43.163
1429041921:ec_cluster: No member info for #ec0-31042#msm-mta08-tor6 removing from 10.4.3.103
1429041921:ec_cluster: No member info for #ec0-31042#msm-mta08-tor6 removing from 10.4.33.72
1429041921:ec_cluster: No member info for #ec0-31042#msm-mta08-tor6 removing from 10.4.41.200
1429041921:ec_cluster: No member info for #ec0-31042#msm-mta08-tor6 removing from 10.4.43.43

You should check if you have unplumbed bindings on the host seen in the errors. You can do so by using these commands in the ec_console:

scriptlet eval msys.core.config_get_binding_id_from_name("<binding name>")
scriptlet eval msys.core.binding_get_unplumbed (<binding id>)


Please note that the binding name needs to be in quotes, as shown above. You will need to do the config_get_binding_id_from_name command first to get the binding ID and put that number in the second command. The results will look something like this:


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The output for scriptlet eval msys.core.binding_get_unplumbed (<binding id>) will be a binary. If it returns '0', your binding is plumbed. If it returns '1', you have a Duravip that is unplumbed. 

If you have an unplumbed Duravip, you can try the this command from the ec_console on the cluster manager: broadcast cluster duravip announce view

If you still have unplumbed Duravips, you will have to restart Ecelerity. 
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