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

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.

- needs to be mode 755
- update /etc/cluster/cluster.conf's version and run
   ccs_tool update /etc/cluster/cluster.conf
   cman_tool version -r <new_config_version>
- remove all backup files from /usr/share/cluster -OR- chmod -x them.

Sorry for the late response. :/

-- Lon

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