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RE: [Linux-cluster] Problem after fence


I have the same problem with the same config:  GFS2 and QDISK on fiber SAN but only 2 nodes ...

I resolved it by enabling "qdiskd" deamon on startup :

 # chkconfig --level 2345 qdiskd    on
 # reboot -fn

Even if RH support did not tell me to do it.

I'm now asking it on Red Hat Network Support.

I can informe you what they will response me.


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Envoyé : 8 octobre 2009 12:17
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Objet : [Linux-cluster] Problem after fence


Here is my setup

node1: 1 vote
node2 : 1 vote
node3 : 1 vote
qdisk:   3 votes

I am using qdisk but not herusitics

Yesterday we have a network outage and node1 and node2 were fecned by node 3. But after when node1 and node2 rebooted they were not able to join the cluster. Log says:

Oct  8 11:12:36 cvtst1 ccsd[5537]: Error while processing connect:
Connection refused
Oct  8 11:12:36 cvtst1 ccsd[5537]: Cluster is not quorate.  Refusing connection.

cman_status on node1 o/p is:

[root cvtst1 cluster]# cman_tool status
Version: 6.1.0
Config Version: 44
Cluster Name: test
Cluster Id: 1678
Cluster Member: Yes
Cluster Generation: 34984
Membership state: Cluster-Member
Nodes: 2
Expected votes: 6
Total votes: 1
Quorum: 4 Activity blocked
Active subsystems: 5
Ports Bound: 0
Node name: cvtst1
Node ID: 2
Multicast addresses:
Node addresses: x.x.5.165

I am using GFS2 and qdisk using fibre SAN. It seems like node1 and
node2 are not able to add the votes of qdiskd and hence I am getting the problem. But why the votes are not added to the total cluster votes although I am using fibre SAN independent of the network.


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