Example Scenario II

Similar to example scenario I, if private interconnect cables are disconnected in a two-node cluster, Node 1 is fenced out of the cluster, panics, and reboots. If before the private interconnect cables are fixed and Node 1 rejoins the cluster, Node 0 reboots and remote (or just reboots). No node can write to the data disks until the private networks are fixed. This is because GAB membership cannot be formed, therefore the cluster cannot be formed.

Similar to example scenario I, if private interconnect cables are disconnected in a two-node cluster, Node 1 is fenced out of the cluster, panics, and reboots. No node can write to the data disks until the private networks are fixed. This is because GAB membership cannot be formed, therefore the cluster cannot be formed.

Suggested solution: Shut down both nodes, reconnect the cables, restart the nodes.