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Re: [Linux-cluster] RHCS 3 "could not connect to service manager"

We have just discovered that the bonding is configured differently on 
each node (p1 is configured for load balancing, p2 is configured for
active-backup). We're curious if this bonding configuration could be
interfering with the service relocation... could it be a reason why 
the connection times out... something akin to:
(bonding contributing to a system hang after a period of time)

Does this sound familiar to anyone? Has anyone encoutered anything like
this in their experience? 

Many thanks!

On Wed, Nov 15, 2006 at 12:10:19PM +0000, Karl Podesta wrote:
> Hi folks, 
> When we try to relocate a service between a basic 2-node RHCS 3 setup, we 
> get the following error message: 
> "Member p2 trying to relocate oracle to p1. msg-open: connection timed out.
> Could not connect to service manager."
> This also happens if a node in the cluster fails: the service does not
> relocate to the other node. There is only the one service on the cluster
> (oracle). The cluster is 2 x Dell 2850 with shared SAN storage, 
> RHAS Update 5, kernel 2.4.21-32.EL SMP for x_64. 
> What are the reasons that could cause this failure in relocation to happen? 
> Many thanks for any thoughts or suggestions you have!
> Regards, 
> Karl
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