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RE: [Linux-cluster] Strange Behavior

These nodes were way more than 9 hours off. I have a whole doc written
about how to set these clusters up, and I forgot the most basic thing.

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Sent: Wednesday, May 23, 2007 4:55 AM
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Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] Strange Behavior

Robert Gil wrote:
> Nevermind. This was all due to incorrect time on a couple of the
> One node was in the past, and one was in the future.
> It may be beneficial to fix this as it DOES cause a kernel panic. 
> Maybe add some kind of time sync check to disallow a node from joining

> when its time isn't within X of the cluster.

We need to find out what was really causing the problem I think. cman
always uses internal, relative time stamps and I've quite happily run
clusters where the nodes have up to a nine hour time difference.

Of course, your cluster nodes /should/ have similar times on them, if
only for the sanity of your applications but I'm still unclear as to why
it would cause a panic.

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