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Re: [Linux-cluster] 2 missing patches in HEAD and RHEL5 branch. (rg_state.c and ip.sh)



On Fri, 2007-01-12 at 14:59 +0100, Simone Gotti wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> On a 2 node openais cman cluster, I failed a network interface and
> noticed that it didn't failed over the other node.
> 
> Looking at the rgmanager-2.0.16 code I noticed that:
> 
> handle_relocate_req is called with preferred_target = -1, but inside
> this function, there are 2 checks to see if the preferred_target is
> setted, the check is a 'if (preferred_target != 0)' so the function
> thinks that a preferred target is choosed. Then, inside the cycle, the
> only one target that really exists is "me" (as -1 isn't a real target)
> and there a "goto exausted:", the service is then restarted only on the
> locale node, where it fails again and so it's stopped. Changing these
> checks to "> 0" worked. 
> 
> Before writing a patch I noticed that in the RHEL4 CVS tag is used a
> NODE_ID_NONE instead of the numeric values, so the problem (not tested)
> probably doesn't happen.
> Is it probably a forgotten patch on HEAD and RHEL5?
> 
> 
> The same problem is in the ip.sh resource scripts as it's missing the
> patch for "Fix bug in ip.sh allowing start of the IP if the link was
> down, preventing failover (linux-cluster reported)." in 1.5.2.16 of
> RHEL4 branch.
> 
> Thanks!

I'll check this out.

-- Lon



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