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Re: [Linux-cluster] incompatible configurations



Check your /etc/hosts file on each machine.  If the hostname is in the 
loopback address line (127.0.0.1) take it out and retry.

i.e.
s/127.0.0.1 san1 localhost.localdomain localhost/127.0.0.1		
localhost.localdomain localhost/

On Monday 02 August 2004 06:27, Konrads Smelkovs wrote:
> Hello,
> I have two nodes connected to SAN(san1 and san2), and one that is not
> (eth1, for locking purposes).
> I've set the fencing method to manual.
> All three nodes run the same cluster configuration (same file). However
> when eth1 connects to san1 or san2 ,the other boxes display:
> Aug  2 13:26:21 san1 lock_gulmd_core[2762]: Config CRC doesn't match. (
> 20681140 != 4177759411 )
> Aug  2 13:26:21 san1 lock_gulmd_core[2762]: We gave them(cmsfe01) an
> error (1004:Incompatible configurations).
> Aug  2 13:26:21 san1 lock_gulmd_core[2762]: Closing connection idx:4,
> fd:9 to 192.168.100.151
>
> why?
> P.S. This is for purely testing purposes.
>
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