[Linux-cluster] not able to connect with cluster ....

rajesh mishra raj4linux at gmail.com
Mon Jul 31 05:26:47 UTC 2006

Thanks to respond.

I did not copy the file  /etc/cluster/cluster.conf on all the cluster nodes.
That file is being fetched by ccsd running on node-2 form the node-1(where I
created the /etc/cluster/cluster.conf).

Yes, there were iptables firewalls. Now it is running properly after using
'iptables -F' command on each cluster node (for me node-1 and node-2).

Thanks a lot.

On 7/28/06, Barry Brimer <lists at brimer.org> wrote:
> > I m using 3-node gnbd basic setup for GFS.
> > But my GFS clients are not connecting with each other. They are creating
> > there own individual cluster.
> > I read the instructions form downloaded source code(doc/min-gfs.txt)
> posted
> > on http://sources.redhat.com/cluster/gfs/ .
> After you created the initial cluster configuration, did you scp (or
> otherwise transfer) the /etc/cluster/cluster.conf file to all machines?
> Are there any iptables firewalls that are prohibiting cluster members from
> talking to one another?
> What is the output of "cman_tool status"
> Barry
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