[Linux-cluster] Issue with mysql service in RHEL6.2 cluster

Roka, Rajendra rajendra.roka at pacificmags.com.au
Mon Jan 9 21:57:29 UTC 2012

I am having issue with mysql service in RHEL6.2 cluster. While starting
service I receive the following error in /var/log/message


Jan 10 08:47:52 atp-wwdev1 rgmanager[6015]: Starting Service mysql:mysql

Jan 10 08:47:54 atp-wwdev1 rgmanager[6096]: Starting Service mysql:mysql
> Failed - Timeout Error

Jan 10 08:47:54 atp-wwdev1 rgmanager[1842]: start on mysql "mysql"
returned 1 (generic error)

Jan 10 08:47:54 atp-wwdev1 rgmanager[1842]: #68: Failed to start
service:mysql; return value: 1

Jan 10 08:47:54 atp-wwdev1 rgmanager[1842]: Stopping service

Jan 10 08:47:54 atp-wwdev1 rgmanager[6180]: Stopping Service mysql:mysql

Jan 10 08:47:55 atp-wwdev1 rgmanager[6202]: Checking Existence Of File
/var/run/cluster/mysql.pid [mysql:mysql] > Failed - File Doesn't Exist

Jan 10 08:47:55 atp-wwdev1 rgmanager[6224]: Stopping Service mysql:mysql
> Succeed

Jan 10 08:47:55 atp-wwdev1 rgmanager[1842]: Service service:mysql is

Jan 10 08:47:55 atp-wwdev1 rgmanager[1842]: #71: Relocating failed
service service:mysql

Jan 10 08:47:59 atp-wwdev1 rgmanager[1842]: Service service:mysql is


Can you please help me with the above problem?


My cluster.conf file is follows:


<?xml version="1.0"?>

<cluster config_version="29" name="atp_mysql">


                <clusternode name="atp-wwdev1.test1.com.au" nodeid="1">


                        <multicast addr=""/>


                <clusternode name="atp-wwdev2.test1.com.au" nodeid="2"


                        <multicast addr=""/>




                <fencedevice agent="fence_xvm" name="atp_fance"/>




                        <failoverdomain name="atp_failover"
nofailback="0" ordered="1" restricted="0">

name="atp-wwdev1.test1.com.au" priority="2"/>

name="atp-wwdev2.test1.com.au" priority="5"/>




                        <ip address="" monitor_link="on"

                        <netfs export="/nfs/mysql" force_unmount="on"
fstype="nfs" host="" mountpoint="/var/lib/mysql"
name="filesystem" no_unmount="on"/>

                        <mysql config_file="/etc/my.cnf"
listen_address="" name="MySQL server" shutdown_wait="2"


                <service autostart="1" domain="atp_failover"
exclusive="0" name="access_ip" recovery="relocate">

                        <ip ref=""/>


                <service autostart="1" domain="atp_failover"
exclusive="0" name="mysql" recovery="relocate">

                        <mysql config_file="/etc/my.cnf"
listen_address="" name="mysql" shutdown_wait="2"


                <service autostart="1" domain="atp_failover"
exclusive="0" name="storage" recovery="relocate">

                        <netfs ref="filesystem"/>



        <fence_daemon clean_start="0" post_fail_delay="0"

        <cman expected_votes="1" two_node="1">

                <multicast addr=""/>



        <logging debug="off"/>




/etc/my.cnf file is follows:






# Disabling symbolic-links is recommended to prevent assorted security












Important Notice:
This message and its attachments are confidential and may contain information which is protected by copyright. It is intended solely for the named addressee. If you are not the authorised recipient (or responsible for delivery of the message to the authorised recipient), you must not use, disclose, print, copy or deliver this message or its attachments to anyone. If you receive this email in error, please contact the sender immediately and permanently delete this message and its attachments from your system. 
Any content of this message and its attachments that does not relate to the official business of Pacific Magazines Pty Limited must be taken not to have been sent or endorsed by it. No representation is made that this email or its attachments are without defect or that the contents express views other than those of the sender.

Please consider the environment - do you really need to print this email?

-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <http://listman.redhat.com/archives/linux-cluster/attachments/20120110/3458cf6f/attachment.htm>

More information about the Linux-cluster mailing list