[Linux-cluster] Unable to communicate with luci server
Millard.Matt at principal.com
Tue Aug 26 19:46:59 UTC 2008
I'm working on setting up a brand new cluster using Conga. After I initialize Luci and restart it, go into Cluster, Create a New Cluster and enter in fqdn hostnames for each of my two nodes, password and select "View SSL cert fingerprints" I get a popup that says "Unable to communicate with luci server." I've tried to set this up on two separate Luci servers with the same results. I've verified that /etc/hosts has the fqdn names for each node, multicast is working (pingable), port 11111 is open (per nmap). I get no errors in /var/log/messages. I've tried both the public and private networks to get the nodes setup with no results.
Also I can just be sitting at the "Clusters" page with nothing on it and the same "Unable to communicate with luci server." Error will pop up randomly in my browser. Any thoughts on where to start with this?
RHEL5 - U2 on both nodes and on the Luci server.
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