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[Linux-cluster] Monitor frequency setting being ignored...



Hi 
I have set short intervals for monitoring my cluster resources:

output from rg_test

Resource Rules for "script"
...
  status
    Check Interval: 5 seconds
  monitor
    Check Interval: 5 seconds

Resource Rules for "ip"
  status
    Timeout (hint): 5 seconds
    Check Interval: 1 seconds
  monitor
    Timeout (hint): 5 seconds
    Check Interval: 1 seconds

However these values are not being used and instead defaults to checking
every 10 seconds. I have read every man page and faq and wiki I could
find and nowhere is made mention that it will default to 10 sec. If
anyone can shed light on why this is happening I would really appreciate
it. 

Entries from my log file (<rm log_facility="local4" log_level="7">)

Sep 15 14:15:00 LONGAPA02BLT clurgmgrd: [1289]: <info> Executing
/etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd status
Sep 15 14:15:10 LONGAPA02BLT clurgmgrd: [1289]: <info> Executing
/etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd status
Sep 15 14:15:20 LONGAPA02BLT clurgmgrd: [1289]: <info> Executing
/etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd status

Sep 15 14:20:09 LONGAPA02BLT clurgmgrd: [1289]: <debug> 10.200.31.52
present on eth0
Sep 15 14:20:19 LONGAPA02BLT clurgmgrd: [1289]: <debug> 10.200.31.52
present on eth0
Sep 15 14:20:29 LONGAPA02BLT clurgmgrd: [1289]: <debug> 10.200.31.52
present on eth0

Currently httpd service is started using the script script instead of
the apache script.

Regards

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