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Re: [Linux-cluster] Luci home page



Hi Dirk,

I've double checked my environment, and I have SELinux DISABLED on both nodes, as I have the firewall DISABLED also.

Thanks.



----- Original Message ----
From: Dirk H. Schulz <dirk schulz kinzesberg de>
To: linux clustering <linux-cluster redhat com>
Sent: Tue, January 19, 2010 4:14:28 PM
Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] Luci home page

I have experienced this kind of difficulties when I started testing conga. One of the first things I tried was setting SElinux to permissive on the conga server, and from then on I could work well with it.

I did not look into audit.log to find out if there is a solution to it, so far.

Dirk

Celso K. Webber schrieb:
> Hi,
> 
> I don't know if your problem is the same as mine, but I'm experiencing a problem where luci is a little bit unstable.
> 
> I can log in into luci, but when I click the "cluster" tab, it takes some time and returns:
> "An error occurred when trying to contact any of the nodes in the rhcs-xen cluster."
> 
> In the server where luci is running (node1), I see the following messages in /var/log/messages:
> Jan  7 17:43:01 node1 luci[5262]: Error reading from node2.localdomain:11111: timeout
> Jan  7 17:43:01 node1 luci[5262]: Error reading from node2.localdomain:11111: timeout
> 
> Jan  7 17:43:06 node1 luci[5262]: Error reading from node1.localdomain:11111: timeout
> Jan  7 17:43:06 node1 luci[5262]: Error reading from node1.localdomain:11111: timeout
> 
> 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?
> 
> Thanks, Celso.
> 
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> *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 forth.
> 
>  
> As far as I know this is a nfs cluster
> 
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