[Linux-cluster] cman-2.0.95-1.el5 / question about a problem when launching cman
Alain.Moulle at bull.net
Wed Jan 14 08:58:50 UTC 2009
Thanks for your quick response.
But we started the cman manually and then did not start any other
There is no risk that the network goes down during the test.
We don't use actually 'intelligent switch' and no cisco switches.
We made a new test with the cman configured to start at boot time and
with the clean_start set to 0.
1) launch cman on node 1
2) node 1 fences the node 2 as it was not joining the fence domain
before the time out.
3) during the boot time of node 2, the cman is launched and then fences
the node 1.
4) after the boot of the node 1, both seems to see each other with the
Is this is the expected behaviour?
do both nodes have to be rebooted before having all nodes ready?
Thanks a lot for your help.
> Yes, I suspect the problem is that the node is 'bouncing' as it joins
> the cluster.
> Causes of this are usually to do with either a) startup scripts (eg some
> Xen ones) taking he interface down and then up after openais has started
> or b) "intelligent" switches taking too long to recognise the multicast
> join. So that both cluster nodes have "state" (the dirty flag) by the
> time they see each other.
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