[Linux-cluster] Use alternate network interfaces for heartbeat in RHCS
brem.belguebli at gmail.com
Mon Aug 31 07:56:29 UTC 2009
I was wondering if there is a way with cman to configure 2 heartbeat
channels (let's say my prod bond0 and my outband bond1) as it seems to be
possible with openais and their redundant ring interfaces configuration.
2009/8/28, brem belguebli <brem.belguebli at gmail.com>:
> It answers my last question.
> I have been confused by some mention somewhere in a post or doc saying that
> cman has a built-in algorithm to determine, just by adding entries in
> /etc/hosts, the right interfaces to use .
> 2009/8/28 Christine Caulfield <ccaulfie at redhat.com>
>> On 28/08/09 15:53, Christine Caulfield wrote:
>>> On 28/08/09 15:24, brem belguebli wrote:
>>>> Hi Chrissie,
>>>> Are you pointing me to the paragraph "what's the right way to ....eth0
>>>> I've tried this at first adding adding a suffix to the interfaces but
>>>> nothing happened. Suffix -p may be hardcoded (I've used -hb)
>>>> Here's an outputof my /etc/hosts (identical on both nodes):
>>>> 10.146.15.184 node1 node1.mydomain
>>>> 10.146.15.175 node2 node2.mydomain
>>>> 192.168.84.50 node1-hb
>>>> 192.168.84.51 node2-hb
>>>> Still using bond0 ....
>>> The suffix isn't hard-coded or anything to do with cman really, it's
>>> just a way of distinguishing interfaces.
>>> You need to edit cluster.conf to tell it to use the different name.
>>> If you get despertate then you can always put the IP address in
>>> cluster.conf, but the output from cman_tool nodes doesn't look as nice!
>> I haven't read that article in detail before but you're right, it makes no
>> mention of changing cluster.conf!
>> I've fixed that now, thank you.
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