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Checking the Network Setup with CVU
To verify node connectivity among all nodes in your cluster use following syntax as an oracle user,
/mount_point/crs/Disk1/cluvfy/runcluvfy.sh comp nodecon -n node_list [-verbose]

If you have two nodes node1 and node2 and your mountpoint is /dev/cdrom then enter following command.
/dev/cdrom/crs/Disk1/cluvfy/runcluvfy.sh comp nodecon -n node1,node2 -verbose

Checking the Hardware and Operating System Setup with CV
As an oracle user use the following command syntax to start Cluster Verification Utility (CVU) stage verification to check hardware and OS setup:

/mountpoint/crs/Disk1/cluvfy/runcluvfy.sh stage –post hwos –n node_list [-verbose]
If you have two nodes node1 and node2 and your mountpoint is /dev/cdrom then enter following command,
/dev/cdrom/crs/Disk1/cluvfy/runcluvfy.sh stage –post hwos –n node1,node2

Checking the Operating System Requirements Setup with CVU
To check if your system meets the operating system requirement pre-installation tasks use the following syntax,
/mountpoint/crs/Disk1/cluvfy/runcluvfy.sh comp sys -n node_list -p {crs|database}
-osdba osdba_group -orainv orainv_group -verbose

If you have two nodes node1 and node2 and your mountpoint is /dev/cdrom with the OSDBA dba and Oracle inventory group oinstall then enter following command,
/dev/cdrom/crs/Disk1/cluvfy/runcluvfy.sh comp sys -n node1,node2 -p crs -osdba crs -orainv oinstall

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