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Re: [Linux-cluster] Service behavior when migration fails.



Thanks for that, I am looking for a little more detail, for example
somewhere i found that I can add an <action\> tag to individual
resources to manage when the are checked.

So i want to know what I can add to a service definition and what I
can manipulate in it.  This does give the basic structure of it, and I
appreciate the link!

Thanks,
B

On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 10:15 AM, Branimir <bpejakov fina hr> wrote:
> Burton Simonds wrote:
>>
>> I have a 2 node cluster, and I would like for the following behavior to
>> happen:
>>
>> Node 1 is running apache
>>
>> Node 2 is in standby, but has a bad apache config (I know it should be
>> tested before going into production, but lets pretend I am a moron)
>>
>> Node 1's apache is killed.
>>
>> Tries to migrate to node 2, but fails
>>
>> Tries to migrage back to node 1 and succeeds.
>>
>>
>> What is happening is when it tries to go back to node one, it says
>> failed, and states the ip address is in use.
>>
>> I have the service set up as follows:
>>
>>        <service autostart="1" domain="dom1" exclusive="0" name="web"
>> recovery="relocate">
>>            <script ref="httpd"/>
>>            <ip ref="xx.xx.xx.xx"/>
>>        </service>
>>
>> Also, Could someone send me some links or search terms for details on
>> the structure for the cluster.conf file?  Everything I find on redhats
>> site is conga or system config cluster based, but would like an
>> explanation of the possible values for the conf file.
>
>
> Hi, Burton!
>
> concerning cluster.conf file here is a useful link:
>
> http://sources.redhat.com/cluster/doc/cluster_schema.html
>
> that contains links to cluster schema structure for RHEL4 and 5.
>
>
> Cheers,
>
> Branimir
>
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