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[Linux-cluster] 30 secs to login to two-node RHEL 5.2 cluster



Hi,
 
We have a 2 node RHEL V5.2 cluster.
 
On both nodes, it takes about 30 seconds from the time
after I key in the password & hit ENTER   to get to the
command prompt.  Yes, it consistently took that amount
of time for "both" nodes.
 
Also, on both nodes, after login, the command line
response is normal/good.  "top" did not show anything
that chew up a lot of cpu/memory.  I login using root on
both nodes (on Bash shell) & no hardening has been
done yet.  When I manually run  ". /etc/profile",  .bashrc
& ". /etc/bashrc" scripts, it completes in 1 sec
 
From /var/log/messages, don't see any clue other than
lots of the following repeated messages :
 
Jul 20 04:02:02 hostname syslogd 1.4.1: restart.
Jul 20 04:02:43 hostname MR_MONITOR[3816]: <MRMON035> Controller ID: 0  Patrol R
ead complete
Jul 20 04:30:04 hostname MR_MONITOR[3816]: <MRMON044> Controller ID: 0  Time est
ablished since power on: Time 2008-07-20,04:3
0:04 1440785Seconds
Jul 20 05:00:04 hostname MR_MONITOR[3816]: <MRMON044> Controller ID: 0  Time est
ablished since power on: Time 2008-07-20,05:0
0:04 1442585Seconds
Jul 20 05:30:04 hostname MR_MONITOR[3816]: <MRMON044> Controller ID: 0  Time est
ablished since power on: Time 2008-07-20,05:3
0:04 1444385Seconds
Jul 20 06:00:04 hostname MR_MONITOR[3816]: <MRMON044> Controller ID: 0  Time est
ablished since power on: Time 2008-07-20,06:0
0:04 1446185Seconds
Jul 20 06:30:04 hostname MR_MONITOR[3816]: <MRMON044> Controller ID: 0  Time est
ablished since power on: Time 2008-07-20,06:3
0:04 1447985Seconds
 
 
 
 
What else should I look out for?
 
 
Thanks
U
 
 

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