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[Linux-cluster] RHCS for RHEL3 Resource temporarily unavailable



Hello,

We have a Red Hat Cluster Suite for Red Hat Enteprise Linux 3. After one month, the master host cluster (node1) service was interrupted.
This is what shows in the file /var/log/messages:


Apr 13 16:05:06 Node1 clumembd[3222]: <warning> sending broadcast
message failed Resource temporarily unavailable
Apr 13 16:05:29 Node1 last message repeated 32 times
Apr 13 16:06:31 Node1 clumembd[3222]: <warning> sending broadcast
message failed Resource temporarily unavailable

This is the cluster config file:
cluster.xml

<?
xml version="1.0" ?>
- <cluconfig version ="3.0">
  <clumembd broadcast="yes " interval="750000" loglevel="5" multicast="no" multicast_ipaddress ="" thread="yes" tko_count="20" />
  <cluquorumd loglevel="5 " pinginterval="4" tiebreaker_ip="" />
  <clurmtabd loglevel="5 " pollinterval="4" />
  <clusvcmgrd loglevel="7 " />
  <clulockd loglevel="7" />
  <cluster config_viewnumber="1 " key="814109fd98a521c9e33618045d42b97o" name=" Cluster_A" />
  <sharedstate driver="libsharedraw.so " rawprimary="/dev/raw/raw1" rawshadow="/dev/raw/raw2" type="raw" />
- <members>
  <member id="0" name="node1" watchdog="no" />
  <member id="1" name="node2" watchdog="no" />
  </members>
- <services>
- <service checkinterval ="30" failoverdomain="Local" id="0" maxfalsestarts ="0" maxrestarts="15" name="script01" userscript ="">
- <service_ipaddresses>
  <service_ipaddress broadcast=" 101.168.192.255" id="0" ipaddress=" 101.168.192.162" netmask="255.255.255.0" />
  </service_ipaddresses>
- <device id ="0" name="/dev/vol01/lv01" sharename="">
  <mount forceunmount="yes " fstype="ext3" mountpoint="/opt/share" options="" />
  </device>
  </service>
  </services>
- <failoverdomains>
- <failoverdomain id ="0" name="Local" ordered="no" restricted="no">
  <failoverdomainnode id="0 " name="node1" />
  <failoverdomainnode id="1 " name="node2" />
  </failoverdomain>
  </failoverdomains>
  </cluconfig>


Any ideas what is going on? what seems to be the problem?
The RHEL3 is on U4, so is the RHCS.
Did we do anything wrong in this configuration? Suggestions?
I would appreciate any help.


Regards,

FTM
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