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RE: [Linux-cluster] Can't leave cluster



MIke,

> Ok, confusion again... why does this work on one node but not 
> another. They 
> are identical nodes in every way.
> 
> # more stop_gfs
> 
> /etc/init.d/httpd stop
> umount /var/www
> vgchange -aln
> /etc/init.d/clvmd stop
> fence_tool leave
> /etc/init.d/fenced stop
> cman_tool leave
> killall ccsd
> 
> On some nodes, I'm still getting;
> 
> cman_tool: Can't leave cluster while there are 1 active subsystems
> 
> Mike

You should check with cman_tool services(said below), which services are
still running/updating/joining etc. It sometimes happen that a service
cant be shutdown nicely. You can try to kill daemons by hand with a
soft/hard kill. 


Met vriendelijke groet, Kind Regards,

Jaap P. Dijkshoorn
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Systems Programmer
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> 
> 
> 
> >Fixed my shut down problems so anyone else having issues, here's how 
> >it works.
> 
> >Man for cman_tool says;
> 
> >//
> >leave;
> 
> >Tells CMAN to leave the cluster. You cannot do this if there 
> are subsystems 
> >(eg DLM, GFS) active.  
> >You  should dismount all GFS filesystems, shutdown CLVM, 
> fenced and anything 
> >else using the cluster manager before using cman_tool leave. 
>  Look at 
> >cman_tool status|services to  see  how  many (and which) 
> services are 
> >running.
> >\\
> 
> >Answers all :).
> 
> >Mike
> 
> 
> 
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