I've checked name resolution, host names, /etc/hosts, etc. Firewall and SELinux is disabled. I can do a "telnet nodeX.localdomain 11111" from anywhere successfully.
Whenever I receive this kind of "timeout error" in luci, if I click the same link again or if I do a "reload" in the browser, then luci usually responds correctly. There is the inconvenience of re-clicking almost every link I use in luci.
I'm using a fresh RHEL 5.4 installation, did "yum update" recently and the problem persistend. I indeed tried to remove luci and ricci, rm -rf /var/lib/luci and /var/lib/ricci, but with no change in behaviour.
Does anyone has these same symptoms?
From: Fagnon Raymond <pcs fagnonr pcsb org>
To: linux clustering <linux-cluster redhat com>
Sent: Mon, January 18, 2010 7:24:48 PM
Subject: [Linux-cluster] Luci home page
When I log into my luci homepage and click on cluster. My
Cluster does not appear. The servers show up under the storage tab and so
As far as I know this is a nfs cluster