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Re: [Linux-cluster] Issue with Conga on RHEL 5.7



Hello,

On 11/02/2011 09:42 AM, BONNETOT Jean-Daniel (EXT THALES) wrote:
Hello,

We are many with same problem. Since RHEL 5.7, packages installation don't work from ricci.
For now, our solution is to install packages manually without using "groupinstall" command.

yum install cman rgmanager qdiskd ...

yes, as I mentioned in the (late-coming, I admit) reply [1] to already
posted observation [2], this is a known issue with the fixes (more
releases affected) being almost out of the door -- updated packages
for RHEL 5.7 should be already available [3].

Regards,

Jean-Daniel BONNETOT
Ingénierie Système Aix&  Linux

De : linux-cluster-bounces redhat com [mailto:linux-cluster-bounces redhat com] De la part de W. E. W. Russell
Envoyé : mardi 1 novembre 2011 21:49
À : linux-cluster redhat com
Cc : Gerardo Laracuente
Objet : [Linux-cluster] Issue with Conga on RHEL 5.7

My name is William Russell and I'm new on this list.

I'm having an issue that I think is really simple, but I can't even figure out where the problem is located.

I have installed 'luci' and 'ricci' on my main server and 'ricci' on my other two servers. All servers are running the latest RHEL 5.7 with all the yum updates (RHN registered with the Clustering entitlements).
When I create a new cluster, I get to the progress screen and that's where everything falls apart. It just sits there for hours! It never creates the cluster. The dot for "Install" NEVER fills in. After much research, I understand what 'luci' is trying to do in terms of installing the packages necessary to configure, manage, and run the cluster, but I have done the 'yum groupinstall clustering' on another sever and it took 10 mins, if that.

Communication between the servers has been verified - iptables is not running, selinux is disabled.

If you need more information on the issue, feel free to ask. I looked at the syslog and see no failures or errors. If anyone can even point me in the direction of what might be causing the problem, it would be much appreciated.


Also, as I mentioned in [1], while RHEL 5.7 exhibits the issue
reliably, we would appreciate details about reproducers with 5.6
and especially with 6.x.


[1] https://www.redhat.com/archives/linux-cluster/2011-October/msg00058.html
[2] https://www.redhat.com/archives/linux-cluster/2011-September/msg00020.html
[3] http://rhn.redhat.com/errata/RHBA-2011-1421.html


Thanks,

Jan


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