I've found anywhere and used for my cluster the following dirty hack:
$NODENAME=racnode1 #node-specific name, used in cluster.conf
/usr/sbin/cman_tool -n $NODENAME ... (two places)
Hope this can help ...
Da: linux-cluster-bounces redhat com per conto di gordan bobich net
Inviato: mer 07/11/2007 12.30
A: linux clustering
Oggetto: Re: [Linux-cluster] cman startup issue
On Wed, 7 Nov 2007, Patrick Caulfield wrote:
>> I'm having a weird problem. I am using a shared GFS root file system,
>> and the same initrd image on all the machines. The cluster has 3
>> machines on it at the moment, and 1 refuses to join the cluster,
>> regardless of which order I bring them up in.
>> When cman service is being started, it fails when starting cman:
>> cman not started: Can't find local node name in cluster.conf
>> /usr/local/sbin/cman_tool: aisexec daemon didn't start
>> If I try to run aisexec, I get:
>> aisexec: totemsrp.c:2867: memb_ring_id_store: Assertion `0' failed.
>> Where should I be looking for causes of this? I double checked my
>> cluster.conf and the MAC addresses, IP addresses and interface names are
>> correct in each node's config.
> Check that the new node can write into /tmp - where it is trying to store the
> current ring-id. It could be SElinux or perhaps the permissions on the file it
> is trying to create.
That fixed the aisexec problem, but the "Can't find local node name in
cluster.conf" problem remains, and cman still won't start. :-(
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