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Re: [Linux-cluster] Deadlock when using clvmd + OpenAIS + Corosync

On 11/01/10 09:38, Christine Caulfield wrote:
On 11/01/10 09:32, Evan Broder wrote:
On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 4:03 AM, Christine Caulfield
<ccaulfie redhat com> wrote:
On 08/01/10 22:58, Evan Broder wrote:

[please preserve the CC when replying, thanks]

Hi -
We're attempting to setup a clvm (2.02.56) cluster using OpenAIS
(1.1.1) and Corosync (1.1.2). We've gotten bitten hard in the past by
crashes leaving DLM state around and forcing us to reboot our nodes,
so we're specifically looking for a solution that doesn't involve
in-kernel locking.

We're also running the Pacemaker OpenAIS service, as we're hoping to
use it for management of some other resources going forward.

We've managed to form the OpenAIS cluster, and get clvmd running on
both of our nodes. Operations using LVM succeed, so long as only one
operation runs at a time. However, if we attempt to run two operations
(say, one lvcreate on each host) at a time, they both hang, and both
clvmd processes appear to deadlock.

When they deadlock, it doesn't appear to affect the other clustering
processes - both corosync and pacemaker still report a fully formed
cluster, so it seems the issue is localized to clvmd.

I've looked at logs from corosync and pacemaker, and I've straced
various processes, but I don't want to blast a bunch of useless
information at the list. What information can I provide to make it
easier to debug and fix this deadlock?

To start with, the best logging to produce is the clvmd logs which
can be
got with clvmd -d (see the man page for details). Ideally these
should be
from all nodes in the cluster so they can be correlated. If you're still
using DLM then a dlm lock dump from all nodes is often helpful in
conjunction with the clvmd logs.

Sure, no problem. I've posted the logs from clvmd on both processes in
<http://web.mit.edu/broder/Public/clvmd/>. I've annotated them at a
few points with what I was doing - the annotations all start with "
", so they should be easy to spot.

Ironically it looks like a bug in the clvmd-openais code. I can reproduce it on my systems here. I don't see the problem when using the dlm!

Can you try -Icorosync and see if that helps? In the meantime I'll have a look at the openais bits to try and find out what is wrong.


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