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Re: [Linux-cluster] Update cluster.conf in Fedora 10



Chrissie Caulfield wrote:
> Doug Bunger wrote:
>> I'm having trouble making the cluster aware of changes in Fedora 10
>> (x86_64).  The setup has three VMs accessing a shared, attached
>> partition, formatted as GFS.    When modifying the cluster.conf and
>> incrementing version number, I have to boot the nodes.  I've found some
>> online resources that say use cman_tool and others that say use
>> ccs_tool.  What is the correct commanf for Fedora 10?
>>
>>  # cman_tool nodes
>>  Node Sts Inc Joined Name
>>  2 M 172 2009-03-04 08:39:52 gfs2
>>  3 M 172 2009-03-04 08:39:52 gfs3
>>  4 M 160 2009-03-04 08:39:52 gfs4
>>  # head -2 /etc/cluster/cluster.conf
>>  <?xml version="1.0" ?>
>>  <cluster config_version="9" name="clust">
>>  # cman_tool version
>>  6.1.0 config 9
>>  # vi /etc/cluster/cluster.conf
>>  # head -2 /etc/cluster/cluster.conf
>>  <?xml version="1.0" ?>
>>  <cluster config_version="10" name="clust">
>>  # cman_tool version -r 10
>>  # cman_tool version
>>  6.1.0 config 9
>>  # ccs_tool update /etc/cluster/cluster.conf
>>  Unknown command, update
>>  Try 'ccs_tool help' for help
>>
> 
> On Fedora10 you only need to issue a cman_tool -r<n> command to update
> the configuration file version. ccs_tool was for updating ccsd, which is
> no longer used.
> 
> That doesn't explain why your version hasn't updated, of course. It
> might be worth checking if there are any updated packages for fedora as
> it seems to work correctly on my test systems.
> 

I've just tried this with the Fedora packages and had the same problem -
so it seems like they are broken :-(

The code upstream *does* work though. I don't know how long it will take
those changes to reach the fedora10 packages, sorry.

-- 

Chrissie


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