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Re: [Linux-cluster] verbose clurgmgrd output?



Never mind, I'm an idiot - none of my scripts support the "status" command, so of course the resource manager is going to fail them ... ugh.

In my defense, though, I haven't found any documentation describing minimum requirements for a CS-compatible init script. Does any exist?

Still be interesting to know what's up with rg_test, too ...

-g

Greg Forte wrote:
Lon Hohberger wrote:
On Mon, 2006-01-30 at 17:20 -0500, Greg Forte wrote:
Is there any way to get clurgmgrd to output more verbosely, esp. whatever messages there might have been from scripts it's managing? I've got several cluster services that don't behave properly, in one case if I run the script manually (i.e. sudo /etc/init.d/scriptname), it works fine, but when clurgmgrd trys it says it "returned 1 (generic error)". Another appears to run perfectly fine (no error output from clurgmgrd), but as soon as it's up the manager stops it again, then repeats the cycle. Again, running it manually works fine. These are homespun scripts, so it's quite possible I'm missing something basic, but I can't figure out what (obviously ;-)

Hi Greg,

Try adding log_level="7" to the <rm> tag if you're using current
STABLE/RHEL4 branches (don't forget to update the configuration
version).  Note that older versions of the resource scripts don't have
much in the way of logging.

Hmmm ... tried this, but no apparent change. This would log into /var/log/messages, correct? I am running the latest RHEL4 packages.

Also, you can run "clurgmgrd -d", but that requires a restart.

same result.

As an alternative -- you can run fun tests on the service manually:

clusvcadm -d <servicename>  (service must be disabled!)

rg_test test /etc/cluster/cluster.conf start service <servicename>
rg_test test /etc/cluster/cluster.conf status service <servicename>
rg_test test /etc/cluster/cluster.conf stop service <servicename>

rg_test segfaults immediately, no matter what I try.  ;-)

(p.s. Say 'Hi' to mikeyp and monogoose for me if you see them. ^.^)

I know mikeyp, but no clue who monogoose is ...

-g

Greg Forte
gforte udel edu
IT - User Services
University of Delaware
302-831-1982
Newark, DE

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