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Re: [Linux-cluster] Debian 6, GFS2, chkconfig



Hi Daniel,

this bug has already been addressed in cman init script. I suspect
Debian 6.x has an older version.

You can ask Debian maintainers to update or at least grab the latest
init script from STABLE31 branch.

Fabio

On 08/10/2011 11:13 AM, Daniel Meszaros wrote:
> Hi there,
> 
> I had to figure out that there seems to be an incompatibility of
> chkconfig and the cman-Initscript under Debian 6(.0.2). I recognized it
> after having installed chkconfig.
> 
> With chkconfig installed I get this...
> # service cman restart
> Stopping cluster:
>    Leaving fence domain... [  OK  ]
>    Stopping gfs_controld... [  OK  ]
>    Stopping dlm_controld... [  OK  ]
>    Stopping fenced... [  OK  ]
>    Stopping cman... [  OK  ]
>    Unloading kernel modules... [  OK  ]
>    Unmounting configfs... [  OK  ]
> Starting cluster:
>    Checking Network Manager... NetworkManager: unknown service
> 
> Network Manager is configured to run. Please disable it in the cluster.
> [FAILED]
> 
> I checked the Initscipt for the error message:
> # less /etc/init.d/cman
> [...]
> network_manager_enabled()
> {
>         if type chkconfig >/dev/null 2>&1 && chkconfig NetworkManager; then
>                 errmsg="\nNetwork Manager is configured to run. Please
> disable it in the cluster."
>                 return 1
>         fi
> 
>         if status NetworkManager > /dev/null 2>&1 || \
>            status network-manager > /dev/null; then
>                 errmsg="\nNetwork Manager is running. Please disable it
> in the cluster."
>                 return 1
>         fi
>         return 0
> }
> [...]
> 
> Without chkconfig it works fine:
> # service cman restart
> Stopping cluster:
>    Leaving fence domain... [  OK  ]
>    Stopping gfs_controld... [  OK  ]
>    Stopping dlm_controld... [  OK  ]
>    Stopping fenced... [  OK  ]
>    Stopping cman... [  OK  ]
>    Unloading kernel modules... [  OK  ]
>    Unmounting configfs... [  OK  ]
> Starting cluster:
>    Checking Network Manager... [  OK  ]
>    Global setup... [  OK  ]
>    Loading kernel modules... [  OK  ]
>    Mounting configfs... [  OK  ]
>    Starting cman... [  OK  ]
>    Waiting for quorum... [  OK  ]
>    Starting fenced... [  OK  ]
>    Starting dlm_controld... [  OK  ]
>    Starting gfs_controld... [  OK  ]
>    Unfencing self... [  OK  ]
>    Joining fence domain... [  OK  ]
> 
> A possible workaround could be to temporarily rename the "chkconfig"
> command. I simply uninstalled it.
> 
> CU,
> M├ęszi.
> 
> 
> 
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