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Re: [Linux-cluster] cman and bond isssue



One possible problem is that your switch doesn't properly support
multicast or jumbo frames.  I suggest ensuring your MTU on all machines
is 1500 to test the jumbo frames possibility.

I have seen many switches advertised as jumbo frames which fail to
operate properly in multicast or heavy broadcast environments.

Regards
-steve
On Tue, 2006-08-29 at 10:39 -0400, Luis Godoy Gonzalez wrote:
> Hello
> 
> I have a problem with the installation of the Cluster Suite. I've 
> configured 2 nodes cluster, add some services to test de installation 
> and this worked OK.
> 
> But when I configured "bond" for ethernet interfaces, the communication 
> between the Cluster nodes doesn't work well. Although networking at IP 
> level works fine, when I reboot one of the nodes the other one goes to 
> kernel panic.
> 
> I've lost a lot of time debbuging this problem and I finally decide to 
> replace one switch ( D-Link DGS-1016D Gigabit Switch ) putting another 
> from other installation  ( D-Link  10/100 ) and the cluster Works Fine now.
> 
> But Now, I'm not sure if the problem is with the hardware switch ( 
> D-Link ) or with the software.
> Any ideas ?
> 
> I have  RHE4 U2 and Cluster Suite 4 U2 using HP DL380 and external RAID.
> 
> Some error messages are below
> 
> ---------------------------------------------------------
> # SM: 03000002 process_stop_request: uevent already set
> 
> SM:  Assertion failed on line 106 of file 
> /usr/src/build/615121-i686/BUILD/cman-
> kernel-2.6.9-39/smp/src/sm_membership.c
> SM:  assertion:  "node"
> SM:  time = 256523
> nodeid=1
> 
> Kernel panic - not syncing: SM:  Record message above and reboot.
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> Thanks in advance for any help.
> Luis G.
> 
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