From: Theophanis Kontogiannis
[mailto:theophanis_kontogiannis yahoo gr]
Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2009 6:49 PM
To: 'linux clustering'
Subject: Question about controlling the start of services with RIND
From you experience (cause my experience on
the issue is none) could I use RIND for the following?
I have DRBD à CLVMD à GFS2 (that
eventually gets mounted) and it is configured as a parent – child hierarchy service
(with that sequence) on a two nodes cluster (RHEL5.3).
Each node starts the service for itself.
Services like Apache, that have all the
files under the file system to be mounted, also try to start at the same time.
They do not find their files (since the
service filesystem takes some time to start) and fail.
Could I use RIND somehow to make the rest
of the clustered services to start only if the filesystem service has started?
Thank you All for your time,