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[Cluster-devel] Error running corosync



Hello Everyone,

After being unsuccessful trying to get cman+pacemaker working,
I decided to try the latest committed version of pacemaker "git clone
https://github.com/ClusterLabs/pacemaker.git";. And recieving
the following error from ocfs2_controld.pcmk:


 ocfs2_controld.pcmk -D
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: config_find_next:
Processing additional service options...
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: get_config_opt: Found
'corosync_quorum' for option: name
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: config_find_next:
Processing additional service options...
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: get_config_opt: Found
'corosync_cman' for option: name
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: config_find_next:
Processing additional service options...
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: get_config_opt: Found
'openais_clm' for option: name
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: config_find_next:
Processing additional service options...
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: get_config_opt: Found
'openais_evt' for option: name
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: config_find_next:
Processing additional service options...
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: get_config_opt: Found
'openais_ckpt' for option: name
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: config_find_next:
Processing additional service options...
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: get_config_opt: Found
'openais_msg' for option: name
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: config_find_next:
Processing additional service options...
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: get_config_opt: Found
'openais_lck' for option: name
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: config_find_next:
Processing additional service options...
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: get_config_opt: Found
'openais_tmr' for option: name
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: config_find_next: No
additional configuration supplied for: service
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: config_find_next:
Processing additional quorum options...
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:19 info: get_config_opt: Found
'quorum_cman' for option: provider
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:20 info: get_cluster_type:
Detected an active 'cman' cluster
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:20 info: get_local_node_name:
Using CMAN node name: astdrbd1
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:20 info:
init_ais_connection_once: Connection to 'cman': established
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:20 info: crm_new_peer: Node
astdrbd1 now has id: 1
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:20 info: crm_new_peer: Node 1
is now known as astdrbd1
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:20 ERROR: crm_abort:
send_ais_text: Triggered assert at corosync.c:352 : dest !=
crm_msg_ais
Sending message 0 via cpg: FAILED (rc=22): Message error: Success (0)
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:20 ERROR: send_ais_text:
Sending message 0 via cpg: FAILED (rc=22): Message error: Success (0)
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:20 ERROR: crm_abort:
send_ais_text: Triggered assert at corosync.c:352 : dest !=
crm_msg_ais
Sending message 1 via cpg: FAILED (rc=22): Message error: Success (0)
ocfs2_controld[6883]: 2011/11/03_16:34:20 ERROR: send_ais_text:
Sending message 1 via cpg: FAILED (rc=22): Message error: Success (0)
1320352460 setup_stack 170: Cluster connection established.  Local node id: 1
1320352460 setup_stack 174: Added Pacemaker as client 1 with fd -1

Setup:

PCMK 1.1.6-2d8fad5
CMAN 3.1.7
Corosync 1.4.2
OpenAIS Latest version

I just want to mention that I never start OpenAIS just corosync. Is
this ok for dlm,
and configfs? Or should I be using openais?

If I had more time I would dig deeper however, currently I am under so
much pressure
to finishing things up, that I am averting my efforts to different
parts of the cluster.

Your Help is Greatly Appreciated,

Nick.


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