On 01/12/2012 01:11 PM, Roka, Rajendra wrote:
According to the new log, it still timed out after 60 seconds, so either that wasn't long enough either, or there is a misconfiguration and the database can't start because of it:
What does it say in your mysql log? The resource script runs the command to start the database and then waits for it to return success. It waited 60 seconds, and hadn't received any notice that the database started or not, so it gave up.
Look in the logs to see if there is any indication as to why the database won't start. It could be because you have the wrong configuration in /etc/my.cnf, no permissions on some critical directories, or the resource script is misconfigured. Also, you should investigate whether you can manually start the database (after mounting the NFS mount and adding the VIP of course) outside of cluster (and compare working and failing mysql logs).
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Red Hat, Inc.