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Re: [Linux-cluster] Two node cluster without quorum disk



I found that in the manpage for fenced. There are a few more options in there that you can throw that deal with fencing. I had a similar problem a short while back. Once the comedic value of seeing two nodes killing each other wore off, I had to figure out how to stop it. At least I knew that the fencing worked.


On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 3:31 PM, Spencer Parker <sjpark rondaandspencer info> wrote:
Bing! that did it!

Is there a place that lists these options?  I have looked in a lot of places, but am not able to find what I want.  If I knew these options I could build an interface to manage this for me.  This option isn't listed in conga.

On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 12:33 PM, Ian Hayes <cthulhucalling gmail com> wrote:
have you tried the clean_start="1" option in the fence_daemon line of your cluster.conf file?


On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 2:30 PM, Spencer Parker <sjpark rondaandspencer info> wrote:
I have this same problem with the 2 node cluster that I am working on.  I have mysql running with an NFS that holds all of the data for it.  If I unplug one of the node to test the network, it will move the service to the other node...no problem.  When that node comes back up, it will then kill the services on the node that it failed back too.  This goes on and on resulting in a loop.  They'll start up and then begin to fence each other.  One comes up...starts the services...then it dies...the other one takes over...starts the services and then dies...over and over again.

I have found that I need to start one node up...and let it run for a short period of time...then start up the second node...and sometimes it won't start the loop and sometimes it will.





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