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[Linux-cluster] CS5 & qdisk : details about problem "Node is undead" (contd.)



Hi,

some more information about my problem (see previous email for
complete log)
(sorry if someone sent to me a response but I've not got any for now
perhaps because I'm in digest mode)

But if I start qdiskd after cman and in foreground likewise : 
qdiskd -ddd -f

There is no more the problem of infernal loop "Node is undead" , the log on stdout is :

[11136] info: Initial score 1/1
[11136] info: Initialization complete
[11136] notice: Score sufficient for master operation (1/1; required=1); upgrading
[11136] debug: Making bid for master
[11136] info: Assuming master role
[11136] debug: Node 1 is UP
[11136] debug: Node 1 missed an update (2/10)
[11136] debug: Node 1 missed an update (3/10)
[11136] debug: Node 1 missed an update (4/10)
[11136] debug: Node 1 missed an update (5/10)
[11136] debug: Node 1 missed an update (6/10)
[11136] debug: Node 1 missed an update (7/10)
[11136] debug: Node 1 missed an update (8/10)
[11136] debug: Node 1 missed an update (9/10)
[11136] debug: Node 1 missed an update (10/10)
[11136] debug: Node 1 missed an update (11/10)
[11136] debug: Node 1 DOWN
[11136] notice: Writing eviction notice for node 1
[11136] debug: Telling CMAN to kill the node
[11136] notice: Node 1 evicted

and the log ends here, and there is no problem "Node x is undead"
and when the node1 is rebooted, the launch of CS on node 1 is
successful (the node1 enters the cluster without problem as the
node2 has not flagged it as "undead" ).

I don't know if this test could be meaningful for you to help me 
to identify the problem .

Lon, perhaps have you an idea about this ?
Because I'm sure the Node1 is not writing again its timestamp avec
the 11 "missing an update" , so the cause of "Node is undead" is not
that Node2 got a timestamp of Node1 in quorum after having declared it Off.

Thanks for your help
Regards 
Alain 

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