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RE: [Linux-cluster] Clustered NFS services starting on wrong

On Mon, 5 Nov 2007, James Fidell wrote:
> I have three servers in a cluster, each running NFS exports of
> filesystems from shared storage, a la NFS cookbook.  I have three
> failover domains, each containing all the nodes where one machine is
> listed at priority 1 and the others at priority 2, the priority 1 node
> being different in each domain.
> However, when rgmanager is started on all three nodes at the same
> all the services start on one server, apparently ignoring the priority
> setting.  The other two nodes don't appear to have any problems logged
> and I can immediately migrate the NFS services to the correct server.
> Is there any obvious reason this might happen?
> James

Please post your /etc/cluster/cluster.conf file so we can peruse it.


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