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Re: [Linux-cluster] Openais doesn't sync, coninuos errors (SOLVED)



Chrissie Caulfield wrote:
carlopmart wrote:
Hi all,

 I have a strange problem with a CentOS5 cluster (two nodes). Under
/var/log/messages I see this errors:

May 21 23:46:51 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Received message has
invalid digest... ignoring.
May 21 23:46:51 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Invalid packet data
May 21 23:46:51 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Received message has
invalid digest... ignoring.
May 21 23:46:51 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Invalid packet data
May 21 23:46:51 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Received message has
invalid digest... ignoring.
May 21 23:46:51 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Invalid packet data
May 21 23:46:52 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Received message has
invalid digest... ignoring.
May 21 23:46:52 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Invalid packet data
May 21 23:46:52 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Received message has
invalid digest... ignoring.
May 21 23:46:52 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Invalid packet data
May 21 23:46:53 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Received message has
invalid digest... ignoring.
May 21 23:46:53 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Invalid packet data
May 21 23:46:53 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Received message has
invalid digest... ignoring.
May 21 23:46:53 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Invalid packet data
May 21 23:46:53 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Received message has
invalid digest... ignoring.
May 21 23:46:53 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Invalid packet data
May 21 23:46:54 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Received message has
invalid digest... ignoring.
May 21 23:46:54 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Invalid packet data
May 21 23:46:54 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Received message has
invalid digest... ignoring.
May 21 23:46:54 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Invalid packet data
May 21 23:46:54 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Received message has
invalid digest... ignoring.
May 21 23:46:54 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Invalid packet data
May 21 23:46:55 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Received message has
invalid digest... ignoring.
May 21 23:46:55 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Invalid packet data
May 21 23:46:55 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Received message has
invalid digest... ignoring.
May 21 23:46:55 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Invalid packet data
May 21 23:46:56 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Received message has
invalid digest... ignoring.
May 21 23:46:56 radagast openais[6283]: [MAIN ] Invalid packet data

 .. and rgmanager doesn't starts different services that I configured.
Can this be a network problem?? Why can't I start services configured
under cluster.conf ?? I see the same errors on the other node. Both
nodes are centos5.3, kernel 2.6.18-128.1.10.el5, and cman
cman-2.0.98-1.el5_3.1.


Nothing will work until those errors are gone. They mean that the
openais processes on the two nodes are not talking to each other.

There are a few things to check. Firstly manse sure that openais is
being run from cman and not on its own ('chkconfig openais off'). Also
check that cluster.conf is the same on both nodes, in particular the
cluster names match and if there is a cluster_id specified that it's the
same on both nodes too.

it's also worth checking for iptables rules that might be fiddling with
the packets.

Failing that, you might just have the most dreadful network corruption I
have ever seen ...


Chrissie

I have found the problem: multicast address. On the same network exists another c5 cluster with 239.192.55.1 multicast address, and this cluster use this 239.192.55.75 . I have changed this last multicast address by this 239.192.75.25, and I have changed network interface where this multicast works (eth0 to eth1) and problems are gone ...

Thanks.


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