[Linux-cluster] ccsd problems after update to RHEL 5.2/5.3
hlawatschek at atix.de
Thu Mar 12 12:27:09 UTC 2009
On Thursday 12 March 2009 12:04:16 Gordan Bobic wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Mar 2009 11:52:32 +0100, Mark Hlawatschek <hlawatschek at atix.de>
> > Hi Gordon,
> >> Yeah, I saw that bug entry. The listing says 5.2 and 5.3 are both
> >> affected (cman 2.0.84 and 2.0.98). I tried 2.0.73 from RHEL 5.1, but
> >> that makes my OSR startup fail while joining the fencing domain. :-(
> > This is because the supported parameters in fence_tool have been changed.
> > You'll need to modify the way fence_tool is called in
> > in your open-sharedroot setup.
> Oh, I see. Thanks for that. Is it doing based on a release version check or
> is it hard-coded (i.e. not working on RHEL 5.0/5.1 any more)? Is there a
> diff for the change-over? Sorry if this is all obvious from looking at the
> code, I'm not in front of the suffering cluster right now. :-/
A new parameter (-w) has been added to the fence_tool utility in RHEL5.3. In
the latest open-sharedroot preview packages the -w option is used. If your
fence_tool version does not support -w, the join command will fail.
The rpm changelog shows the following:
# rpm -q --changelog cman
* Wed Dec 03 2008 Chris Feist <cfeist at redhat.com> - 2.0.84-2_el5_2.3
- Added missing patch to allow delaying fence_tool joins.
- Resolves rhbz#474467
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