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Re: [Linux-cluster] Ricci doesn't work



On 08/16/12 15:09, Chip Burke wrote:
time ccs -d -h xanadunode2 --getconf

Gives me

real	2m7.027s
user	0m0.053s
sys	0m0.013s

Can you try removing libvirt (rpm -e libvirt) and restarting ricci (/etc/init.d/ricci restart).

And run that command again?






So it sits for quite a while.
________________________________________
Chip Burke







On 8/16/12 3:52 PM, "Chris Feist" <cfeist redhat com> wrote:

On 08/16/12 13:52, Chip Burke wrote:
Here we go҆

node1:
ricci-0.16.2-55.el6.x86_64


node2:
ricci-0.16.2-55.el6.x86_64

[root xanadunode2 ~]# service ricci stop
Shutting down ricci:                                       [  OK  ]
[root xanadunode2 ~]# service ricci start
Starting ricci:                                            [  OK  ]
[root xanadunode2 ~]# ccs -d -h localhost --getconf
***Sending to ricci server:
<ricci function="process_batch" async="false"
version="1.0"><batch><module
name="cluster"><request API_version="1.0"><function_call

name="get_cluster.conf"></function_call></request></module></batch></ricc
i>
***Sending End
***Received from ricci server
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<ricci authenticated="false" success="5" version="1.0"/>

***Receive End
localhost password:
***Sending to ricci server:
<ricci function="authenticate" password="XXXXXX" version="1.0"/>
***Sending End
***Received from ricci server
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<Timeout_reached_without_valid_XML_request/>

***Receive End
Error: no ricci tag in ricci response

Of course I fudged the password with XXXs for the list.

How long does it take for you to get the "Error: no ricci tag in ricci
response"?  Is it pretty quick or does it take around 30 seconds?



Thanks!
________________________________________
Chip Burke







On 8/16/12 12:30 PM, "Chris Feist" <cfeist redhat com> wrote:

On 08/15/12 16:49, Chip Burke wrote:
There is nothing in messages or secure on either node1 or 2 at that
time.

Ok, there's something going on with the ricci authentication on that
node.  Can
you give me the output of 'rpm -q ricci' as well as do a
'/etc/init.d/ricci
restart'.

Then on the node that is running ricci, try this command:
ccs -d -h localhost --getconf

(it should ask your for a password, and enter the ricci password)

Thanks,
Chris

________________________________________
Chip Burke







On 8/15/12 4:50 PM, "Chris Feist" <cfeist redhat com> wrote:

On 08/15/12 15:08, Chip Burke wrote:
modcluster-0.16.2-18.el6.x86_64

And

[root xanadunode1 ~]# ccs -d -h xanadunode2 --getconf
***Sending to ricci server:
<ricci function="process_batch" async="false"
version="1.0"><batch><module
name="cluster"><request API_version="1.0"><function_call



name="get_cluster.conf"></function_call></request></module></batch></
ri
cc
i>
***Sending End
***Received from ricci server
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<ricci authenticated="false" success="5" version="1.0"/>

***Receive End
xanadunode2 password:
***Sending to ricci server:
<ricci function="authenticate" password="XXXXXX" version="1.0"/>
***Sending End
***Received from ricci server
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<Timeout_reached_without_valid_XML_request/>

***Receive End
Error: no ricci tag in ricci response

Thanks, can you also provide what was in /var/log/messages and
/var/log/secure
when those errors occurred?


Thanks!

________________________________________
Chip Burke







On 8/15/12 3:56 PM, "Chris Feist" <cfeist redhat com> wrote:

On 08/14/12 20:34, Chip Burke wrote:
[root xanadunode1 ~]# ccs -h xanadunode2 --getconf

This gives me similar results. It sits and spins for a few minutes
and
then fails with:

Error: no ricci tag in ricci response

ccs -f /etc/cluster/cluster.conf -h xanadunode2 --setconf

Can you send me the output of 'rpm -q modcluster' and
'ccs -d -h xanadunode2 --getconf'

Thanks,
Chris


This locks up everything going to GFS2 mounts. Two nodes
recovered,
the
other didn't, required a fence_node. GFS2 showed this before the
fence.

cd: /datastore/lvol0: Input/output error

Along with the error Error: no ricci tag in ricci response

________________________________________
Chip Burke






On 8/14/12 3:12 PM, "Chris Feist" <cfeist redhat com> wrote:



Can you try using ccs to get the current configuration of that
node:
ccs -h <host name> --getconf


As well as use ccs to try and set the conf on that node?
ccs -f <cluster.conf file> -h <host name> --setconf

This should let us narrow down whether it's an issue with ricci
or
luci.

Thanks!
Chris



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