[Linux-cluster] verbose clurgmgrd output?

Greg Forte gforte at leopard.us.udel.edu
Wed Feb 1 14:57:05 UTC 2006

Never mind, I'm an idiot - none of my scripts support the "status" 
command, so of course the resource manager is going to fail them ... ugh.

In my defense, though, I haven't found any documentation describing 
minimum requirements for a CS-compatible init script.  Does any exist?

Still be interesting to know what's up with rg_test, too ...


Greg Forte wrote:
> Lon Hohberger wrote:
>> On Mon, 2006-01-30 at 17:20 -0500, Greg Forte wrote:
>>> Is there any way to get clurgmgrd to output more verbosely, esp. 
>>> whatever messages there might have been from scripts it's managing? 
>>> I've got several cluster services that don't behave properly, in one 
>>> case if I run the script manually (i.e. sudo /etc/init.d/scriptname), 
>>> it works fine, but when clurgmgrd trys it says it "returned 1 
>>> (generic error)".  Another appears to run perfectly fine (no error 
>>> output from clurgmgrd), but as soon as it's up the manager stops it 
>>> again, then repeats the cycle.  Again, running it manually works 
>>> fine.  These are homespun scripts, so it's quite possible I'm missing 
>>> something basic, but I can't figure out what (obviously ;-)
>> Hi Greg,
>> Try adding log_level="7" to the <rm> tag if you're using current
>> STABLE/RHEL4 branches (don't forget to update the configuration
>> version).  Note that older versions of the resource scripts don't have
>> much in the way of logging.
> Hmmm ... tried this, but no apparent change.  This would log into 
> /var/log/messages, correct?  I am running the latest RHEL4 packages.
>> Also, you can run "clurgmgrd -d", but that requires a restart.
> same result.
>> As an alternative -- you can run fun tests on the service manually:
>> clusvcadm -d <servicename>  (service must be disabled!)
>> rg_test test /etc/cluster/cluster.conf start service <servicename>
>> rg_test test /etc/cluster/cluster.conf status service <servicename>
>> rg_test test /etc/cluster/cluster.conf stop service <servicename>
> rg_test segfaults immediately, no matter what I try.  ;-)
>> (p.s. Say 'Hi' to mikeyp and monogoose for me if you see them. ^.^)
> I know mikeyp, but no clue who monogoose is ...
> -g
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Greg Forte
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