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Re: [Linux-cluster] piranha



hi Pedro

Care to tell us what you did to the real servers?

If this is an omission in the documentation, please file a bugzilla against the RHCS manual.

tnx
Riaan

Huesser Peter wrote:
I found the solution. One also has to manipulate the real webservers. This is not described in the official “Red Hat Cluster Suite” documentation.

            Pedro

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*From:* linux-cluster-bounces redhat com [mailto:linux-cluster-bounces redhat com] *On Behalf Of *Huesser Peter
*Sent:* Montag, 25. September 2006 22:54
*To:* linux clustering
*Subject:* RE: [Linux-cluster] piranha

By the way: I started the “pulse” daemon in the debug modus (“pulse –v –n”) and got the following output:

nanny: Opening TCP socket to remote service port 80...

nanny: Connecting socket to remote address...

nanny: DEBUG -- Posting CONNECT poll()

nanny: Sending len=16, text="GET / HTTP/1.0

"

nanny: DEBUG -- Posting READ poll()

nanny: DEBUG -- READ poll() completed (1,1)

nanny: Posting READ I/O; expecting 4 character(s)...

nanny: DEBUG -- READ returned 4

nanny: READ expected len=4, text="HTTP"

nanny: READ got len=4, text=HTTP

nanny: avail: 1 active: 1: count: 13

pulse: DEBUG -- setting SEND_heartbeat timer

pulse: DEBUG -- setting SEND_heartbeat timer

pulse: DEBUG -- setting NEED_heartbeat timer

pulse: DEBUG -- setting SEND_heartbeat timer

nanny: Opening TCP socket to remote service port 80...

…

For me this looks as if everything is ok. “nanny” sends from time to time a “GET / HTTP/1.0” request and the response (“HTTP” only first four letters) correspondence with what is expected. The problem is that pulse is not opening port 80 on the loadbalancer for reveiving http-request. A “netstat –anp” verifies this.

Hello

I sent a similar question a few days ago and did not get any answer. Maybe the time (Saturday night) was unfavorable or the question was not that clear. So I try it once more:

I want to run a loadbalancer in front of two webserver (using direct routing). But if I connect to port 80 of the loadbalancer I get a “connection refused”.

1)       Did anybody had a similar problem?

2)       How can I increase the debuglevel?

Thanks’ in advance

            Pedro


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