How to fix DB2 TSA resource FAILED OFFLINE and MEMBERINPROBLEMSTATE

12 February,2019 by Jack Vamvas

Question: During a change on a server , I had to do a TSA failover as part of testing . For various reasons - outside of TSA - the failover failed. Using  lssam - one of the resources - ended up in MemberInProblemState and Failed offline

Both the network and virtual ip resources are in a state of equivalency

How can I fix and reset ?

 

Answer:

When a resource is marked as failed offline:clear the state and return that resource to normal operation

#resetrsrc -s 'Name =="resource1"' IBM.Application

#resetrsrc -s "Name like 'db2_db2inst1_0-rs' AND NodeNameList in {'MY_HOST_NAME'}" IBM.Application

 

 

For more reading on TSA

TSAMP Cheat Sheet for DBA managing DB2 clustering

Author: Jack Vamvas(http://www.dba-db2.com)

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