[Linux-cluster] openais: [TOTEM] The token was lost inthe OPERATIONAL state.
Swift, Jon S PWR
Jon.Swift at pwr.utc.com
Sat Nov 14 04:19:27 UTC 2009
Same problem. I do not think this is a GFS/GFS2 problem. I think
it is an openais problem. Openais is what is making the decision to move
the services and to fence the remote system. Any ideas?
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[mailto:linux-cluster-bounces at redhat.com] On Behalf Of Gordan Bobic
Sent: Friday, November 13, 2009 6:12 PM
To: linux clustering
Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] openais: [TOTEM] The token was lost
inthe OPERATIONAL state.
Swift, Jon S PWR wrote:
> I have a 2 node test cluster made up of Dell 1850's with only
> virtual IP's as services supporting NFS on 3 GFS2 file systems using
> RHEL5U4 64 bit. Both nodes of the cluster export/share all 3 file
> systems all the time. When I create a NFS load that reduces the CPU
> %idle to less than 75% (as shown by top or vmstat) I have problems
> with my cluster crashing.
Have you tried the same setup with GFS1 instead of GFS2?
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