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After I have reboot nodes of my cluster, quorum device couldn't be online. When I was rebooting nodes, followed logs seen on console log.
NOTICE: CMM: Node wap1 (nodeid = 1) with votecount = 1 added.
NOTICE: CMM: Node wap2 (nodeid = 2) with votecount = 1 added.
NOTICE: CMM: Quorum device 1 (/dev/did/rdsk/d6s2) added; votecount = 1, bitmask of nodes with configured paths = 0x3.
WARNING: CMM: Open failed for quorum device 1 with gdevname '/dev/did/rdsk/d6s2'.
Now, cluster performing its functional operation, but still quorum device is offline. When I was looking for cluster configuration, I saw following information.
Quorum devices: d6
Quorum device name: d6
(d6) Quorum device votes: 1
(d6) Quorum device enabled: yes
(d6) Quorum device name: /dev/did/rdsk/d6s2
(d6) Quorum device hosts (enabled): kap1 kap2
(d6) Quorum device hosts (disabled):
(d6) Quorum device access mode: scsi2
Device group name: kapDG
(wapDG) Device group type: SVM
(wapDG) Device group failback enabled: no
(wapDG) Device group node list: kap1, kap2
(wapDG) Device group ordered node list: yes
(wapDG) Device group desired number of secondaries: 1
(wapDG) Device group diskset name: kapDG