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[Linux-cluster] Re: Re: CS4 : problem with multiple IP addresses



Hi Patrick

you mean like this in cluster.conf :
 <clusternodes>
        <clusternode name="192.168.1.2" votes="1">
             <fence>
                 <method name="1">
                   <device name="NODE_NAMEfence" option="reboot"/>
                   </method>
             </fence>
        </clusternode>
...

???

and if so, we should use "cman_tool join -d -n 192.168.1.2" instead
of "service cman start"

Is this right ?

Thanks
Regards
Alain

> Setting the IP address in cluster.conf and starting the cluster like
> this works:
> cman_tool join -d -n 192.168.1.2
> What you have sounds like a bug, can you give us some more information
> please ? cluster.conf files, errors from 'cman_tool join -d' and output
> from dnslookup/host ?
> Thanks
> Patrick


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