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Re: [Linux-cluster] Creating custom OCF_RESKEY_ variables, now how and what to refresh?



update your cluster.conf serial number and ccs_tool update it, if you
don't want to restart rgmanager.

If your resource script is good, it should be loaded, check rgmanager
log to see how many rules were loaded (you should have one additional
compared to the previous rgmanager load)

 

On Tue, 2010-08-03 at 08:03 -0500, Dustin Henry Offutt wrote:
> Still an unsolved mystery why new "rules" written into one of the
> cluster scripts located in /usr/share/cluster on an RHEL5U5 cluster
> won't get recognized by the cluster software, if anyone has a clue...
> > Hello,
> > 
> > Does anyone know how to force a cluster (the "Cluster Suite" as
> > released with the RHEL5.4 ISO, cman, rgmanager, et.al.) to recognize
> > that new OCF_RESKEY variables have been introduced in
> > a /usr/share/cluster/ script?
> > 
> > On one cluster the new variables are recognized and used by all
> > nodes. Same exact script, another cluster, just put the
> > updated /usr/share/cluster/ script in today, and it's like it hasn't
> > had something "refreshed", and doesn't see the new "rules," if that
> > makes any sense - despite bouncing the cluster suite and the cluster
> > nodes.
> > 
> > Thank you...
> 
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