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Re: [Linux-cluster] Multicast



try running 

cman_tool services

_and_

clustat

on both nodes

Thanks
-steve


On Mon, 2007-08-20 at 12:51 -0400, Patricio A. Bruna wrote:
> Steven,
> This cluster has only two nodes (newton, davinci) that are sharing a MSA storage device, one HBA each, where exists a GFS file system.
> 
> cman_tool in newton:
> Node  Sts   Inc   Joined               Name
>    1   M      8   2007-08-18 10:45:08  davinci
>    2   M      4   2007-08-18 10:44:36  newton
> 
> cman_tool in davinci:
> Node  Sts   Inc   Joined               Name
>    1   M      4   2007-08-18 10:44:50  davinci
>    2   M      8   2007-08-18 10:45:09  newton
> 
> 
> group_tool dump fence on newton:
> 1187448277 our_nodeid 2 our_name newton
> 1187448277 listen 4 member 5 groupd 7
> 1187448278 client 3: join default
> 1187448278 delay post_join 900s post_fail 0s
> 1187448278 added 2 nodes from ccs
> 1187448278 setid default 65538
> 1187448278 start default 1 members 2
> 1187448278 do_recovery stop 0 start 1 finish 0
> 1187448278 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448278 add first victim davinci
> 1187448279 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448280 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448281 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448282 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448283 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448284 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448285 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448286 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448287 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448288 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448289 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448290 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448291 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448292 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448293 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448294 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448295 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448296 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448297 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448298 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448299 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448300 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448301 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448302 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448303 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448304 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448305 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448306 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448307 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448308 node "davinci" not a cman member, cn 1
> 1187448309 reduce victim davinci
> 1187448309 delay of 31s leaves 0 victims
> 1187448309 finish default 1
> 1187448309 stop default
> 1187448309 start default 2 members 1 2
> 1187448309 do_recovery stop 1 start 2 finish 1
> 1187448616 client 3: dump
> 1187628236 client 3: dump
> 
> Im attaching both messages
> 
> ----- "Steven Dake" <sdake redhat com> escribió:
> > run cman_tool nodes on all nodes
> > send /var/log/messages
> > 
> > for all nodes in the cluster
> > 
> > Identify your network topology (Are you using a Cisco switch?  Are
> > you
> > using a PIX device in a 65xx Catalyst?)  Or some other forms of
> > switche.
> > 
> > Regards
> > -steve
> > 
> > On Mon, 2007-08-20 at 12:13 -0400, Patricio A. Bruna wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > > It was the configuration of broadcast in RHEL 5, now i can ping the
> > multicast IP.
> > > 
> > > But my real problem is still there, when i open
> > system-config-cluster it says this member is not part of a cluster.
> > > 
> > > ----- "Steven Dake" <sdake redhat com> escribió:
> > > > On Fri, 2007-08-17 at 12:41 -0400, Patricio A. Bruna wrote:
> > > > > Hi,
> > > > > Does cluster suite use Multicast in Red Hat 5?
> > > > > If is so, how can i test my Switchs allow multicast traffic?
> > > > > 
> > > > Depends on your switch model, whether it is uplinked, and whether
> > it
> > > > is
> > > > layer 2 or connected to a layer 3 device.  A description of your
> > > > network
> > > > topology would be helpful.
> > > > 
> > > > Regards
> > > > -steve
> > > > 
> > > > > Thanks
> > > > > 
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