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[Linux-cluster] How to separate inter-cluster/public network traffic




Hi,

I'm running RedHat 5.2 Beta (Tikanga) and I'm trying to achieve this behavior:

- 2 NICs (eth0, eth1) for one bond0 device intended for public LAN XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX traffic

- 2 NICs (eth2, eth3) for one bond1 device intended for inter-cluster LAN YYY.YYY.YYY.YYY traffic

- NodeA and NodeB IP addresses are in LAN XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX

In cluster.conf:

<cman>

<multicast addr="239.192.NN.NN"/>

</cman>

<clusternode name="nodeA">

<multicast addr="239.192.NN.NN" interface="bond1"/>

<clusternode/>

<clusternode name="nodeB">

<multicast addr="239.192.NN.NN" interface="bond1"/>

<clusternode/>

Unfortunately all the cluster traffic is bound to bond0:

[root NodeA]# ip maddr show bond0

...

inet 239.192.NN.NN

inet 224.0.0.1

...

[root NodeA]# ip maddr show bond1

...

inet 224.0.0.1

...

Is it possible to do it like that (all the clusters have 2 VLAN with bonding each) ?

If not, should I put NodeA and NodeB into the LAN YYY.YYY.YYY.YYY in cluster.conf ?

Thx for your help !


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