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Re: [Linux-cluster] Node2 kills node1 when it is booting ...



Hello,
this is a common problem which arised in past months in RHCS.

The usual solution is to let the nodes solve the problem naturally -
after the node is killed, it is usually fenced and rejoins back in OK
state after a reboot. You only have a problem if you are using manual
fencing...Don't...

See /etc/init.d/cman also, there is a new variable introduced in RHEL5.3
(and 5.2 errata), called FENCE_DELAY (or similar), try setting it to a
bit higher value. It tells how many seconds to wait for the nodes to
join the same fence domain before killing them.

Jakub

carlopmart wrote:
> Hi all,
>
>  I need to setup another rhcs today with two nodes. But every times that 
> I start second node, node1 returns this error:
>
> cman killed by node 2 because we rejoined the cluster without a full restart
>
>  .. and cman stops on node1. Why?? I didn't find any solution under  
> http://sources.redhat.com/cluster/wiki/FAQ/
>
>  My nodes are rhel5.3

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