[Linux-cluster] Re: CS4 U5 / recommended quorumd values for a two nodes (contd.)
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Wed Sep 26 13:51:38 UTC 2007
--- Alain Moulle <Alain.Moulle at bull.net> wrote:
> Thanks Marc and Jos for your pieces of advice, but
> it does not seems to work:
> I tried your first suggestion with qdisk votes=2 and
> <quorumd interval="1" tko="10" votes="2"
> <clusternode name="node0" votes="1">
> <clusternode name="node1" votes="1">
> <cman expected_votes="3" two_node="0"/>
> and I can't start cman on only one node, it needs
> cman on second node to be
> started, and I don't understand why ...
> I tried (just to give it a try because I would have
> not understood if it had
> worked!) also qdisk votes=2 and expected_votes=2,
> but same result...
> Each times, in file "messages" , I see Cluster
> Inquorate :
> Sep 26 15:04:40 s_sys at bali0 ccsd: Connected
> to cluster infrastruture via:
> CMAN/SM Plugin v220.127.116.11
> Sep 26 15:04:40 s_sys at bali0 ccsd: Initial
> status:: Inquorate
> until the cman of second node is started and then :
> Sep 26 15:07:01 s_sys at bali0 ccsd: Cluster is
> quorate. Allowing connections.
> I have read and read again the FAQ page, especially
> the # you mention, but
> don't understand why it does not work for me ...
> Except if my quorum disk is not working ?
> But command mkqisk returns :
> #mkqdisk -L
> mkqdisk v0.5.1
> Magic: eb7a62c2
> Label: CS4QUORUMDISK
> Created: Tue Sep 18 16:33:40 2007
> Host: node
> but is it sufficient to know if Quorum disk is
> working correctly ?
> Any new clue or suggestion is welcome.
when the cluster is properly quorate, find out how
many vote do you have:
if you have only 2 votes then qdisk is not working
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