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Re: [Linux-cluster] cluster failed to start



Please add fencing. Without it, the first time a node fails, your cluster will hang (by design). Most servers have IPMI (or similar), so you can probably use fence_ipmilan or one of the brand-specific agents like fence_ilo for HP's iLO.

On 09/13/2012 02:44 AM, Ben .T.George wrote:
Hi

i manually created a cluster.conf file and copied to my 2 nodes..now
it's working fine with one one NFS HA sare.i need to add three more shares..

please check this http://pastebin.com/eM08vrC5  this is my cluster.conf

how can i add three more shares to this cluster.conf file.?

please help..i got stacked with project.after testing this setup i need
to implement on production


Regards,
Ben



On Wed, Sep 12, 2012 at 10:35 PM, Jan Pokorný <jpokorny redhat com
<mailto:jpokorny redhat com>> wrote:

    Hello Ben,

    On 12/09/12 16:39 +0300, Ben .T.George wrote:
     > i created 2 node cluster with RHEL6 by using redhat cluster suite.
     >
     > i joined cluster nodes by using LUCI
     >
     > i created one IP as resource and source as that IP i created.
     >
     > i started cluster , but on luci status showing like disabled.but
    that IP is
     > pining and it is added on node2
     >
     > ip addr is showing that ip.
     >
     > #clustat  is showing both nodes online.

    actually thanks for bringing up what showed up to be a real issue [1].
    Could you please try "service modclusterd start" across the nodes
    (and perhaps
    making the service persistent with chkconfig) to see if it helps you?

    In the mean time, this should be a workaround in such cases;
    more decent solution for this bug is underway.

    [1] https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=856785

    Thanks,
    Jan

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