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[Linux-cluster] Fencing problems




Hi there!


I'm running RHEL v3 and GFS-6.0.2.20-2 with it and having problems with manual
fencing. I'm planning to use other fencing methods, but will they work if
manual doesn't? By trying to fence a node (fence_node test3) I only get this
in /etc/log/messages:


Nov 30 14:28:43 test2 fence_node[10737]: Performing fence method, human, on test3.
Nov 30 14:28:43 test2 fence_node[10737]: The agent (fence_manual) reports:
Nov 30 14:28:43 test2 fence_node[10737]: Failed to exec the agent, fence_manual.
Nov 30 14:28:43 test2 fence_node[10737]:
Nov 30 14:28:43 test2 fence_node[10737]: All fencing methods FAILED!
Nov 30 14:28:43 test2 fence_node[10737]: Fence of "test3" was unsuccessful.



Here are the config files I'm using:



cluster.ccs

cluster {
          name = "gfs"
          lock_gulm {
              servers = ["test1","test2","test3"]
          }
}



fence.ccs

fence_devices {
         t1 {
               agent = "fence_manual"
         }
         t2 {
               agent = "fence_manual"
         }
         t3 {
               agent = "fence_manual"
         }
}


nodes.ccs

nodes {
   test1 {
      ip_interfaces {
         eth0 = "10.0.0.1"
      }
      fence {
         human {
            t1 {
               ipaddr = "10.0.0.1"
            }
         }
      }
   }
   test2 {
      ip_interfaces {
         eth0 = "10.0.0.4"
      }
      fence {
         human {
            t2 {
               ipaddr = "10.0.0.4"
            }
         }
      }
    }
   test3 {
      ip_interfaces {
         eth0 = "10.0.0.2"
      }
      fence {
         human {
            t3 {
               ipaddr = "10.0.0.2"
            }
         }
      }
    }
}




I did everything according to the manual to setup the environment.
Everything else seems to be working ok, but fencing gives me a head ache.

Help is very much appreciated :-)




Cheers,


Jari


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