[Linux-cluster] ccs_tool update

Robert Peterson rpeterso at redhat.com
Thu Feb 15 18:24:59 UTC 2007

rhurst at bidmc.harvard.edu wrote:
> From time-to-time, I have needed to update the cluster.conf by hand
> using vi, and not use the system-config-cluster utility.  I make certain
> I bump up the config_version.  I invoke `ccs_tool
> update /etc/cluster/cluster.conf` afterwards, and all listening nodes
> appear to update their local cluster.conf file to the new one.
> However, I seem to have problems when rebooting a node, in that it gets
> rejected because the config version of the "remote" is still regarded as
> the earlier version than the "local" ... so I suspect that while files
> were replicated, the quorum did not apply the "update" to their active
> configuration.  So, I invoke system-config-cluster and click Send to
> Cluster, and all works fine.
> I must be missing a step, but essentially, I'd like to be able to do
> this update from a shell/script.  How might this be done please?
> Robert Hurst, Sr. Caché Administrator
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Hi Robert,

This might answer your question.  If it doesn't, let me know and I'll 
fix it:


Bob Peterson
Red Hat Cluster Suite

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