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Re: [Linux-cluster] fence_tool -c -w join failing



gordan bobich net wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I have a weird problem that I can't figure out. I have a two node
> cluster (<cman two_node="1" expected_votes="1">), which means that a
> node should be quorate on it's own, and there should be no problems for
> it to join it's own fence domain (presumably).
> 
> But when I do:
> service cman start
> 
> All the components up to fenced start, but:
> fence -c -w join
> waits until it times out and never starts.
> 
> The logs don't seem to reveal anything other than that fenced failed to
> start. What are the likely causes of this kind of a problem? I don't
> have any real fencing devices defined (yet) in my cluster.conf, only the
> following stub entry:
> 
> <fence>
>     <method name="1">
>         <device name = "foo"/>
>     </method>
> </fence>

That's probably why. It's trying to fence the non-member nodes and its
failing because you don't have any valid fence devices.

Try starting fenced with '-D', it'll show more debugging information.

Chrissie


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