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RE: [Linux-cluster] kernel: CMANsendmsg failed: -101

Thanks for the help, Eric.  Its interesting that you mentioned taking
down cman BEFORE taking the interfaces down, because when I was testing
my failover I did: ifdown bond0.  My thinking was that the heartbeat
would die and everything would work.  It didn't occur to me that it
would mess up cman - do you think that's what's doing it?  Should I
instead just pull the cables? (I'm asking because it's a long drive to
the site just for the test, but will if you think that's the problem).

Thanks again,

-----Original Message-----
From: Eric Kerin [mailto:eric bootseg com] 
Sent: Monday, July 18, 2005 1:51 PM
To: Jeff Harr
Cc: linux clustering
Subject: RE: [Linux-cluster] kernel: CMANsendmsg failed: -101

On Mon, 2005-07-18 at 11:26 -0400, Jeff Harr wrote:
> First of all, thanks for the reply.  I've run "service cman stop" so
> many times my fingers hurt and I've never had a problem.  I've never
> /etc/init.d/cman stop before and its going to be difficult for me to
> it atm.  I suppose if I run it and it outputs something dreadful then
> I've found my answer :)  Thanks for the response...at least I have
> something better than a google search to confirm the most likely
> problem.
> Jeff

One thing to check, make sure you have the Kill entries in the rc0 and
rc6 directories:  ls /etc/rc.d/rc0.d/K??cman

Also check that cman is set to stop before the network interfaces are
taken down.  (Mine is set to stop cman at 79 and network at 90.)

If you want to reset cman's startup/shutdown scripts back to their
default settings, use "chkconfig --del cman", and then "chkconfig --add

Eric Kerin <eric bootseg com>

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