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Re: [Linux-cluster] Problem starting cluster



Chkconfig everything off, bring all nodes up, then on all nodes run each of
these commands at the same time

service ccsd start
service cman start
service fenced start

and if any problems occur see what the logs spit out.

Josef

On Wed, Oct 18, 2006 at 01:11:47PM -0500, isplist logicore net wrote:
> > If all the nodes are showing "rejected" with no reason then it's possible
> > there's another cluster on the network that shares the same cluster
> > name/number.
> 
> No other cluster as this is the only one I'm working on.
>  
> > Try changing the cluster name of this cluster, and look very carefully
> > around the network for other clusters!
> 
> Tried changing the name in cluster.conf, no difference. 
>  
> > Otherwise, it's also possible that the cluster.conf files are not in sync
> > somehow - make sure that they are identical on all nodes.
> 
> I've manually copied them to each node but I'm only trying to start the one 
> first. Getting the same error trying to start the cluster on any node.
> 
> Mike
> 
> 
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