[CentOS] High Availability questions
campbell at cnpapers.com
Fri Jan 4 18:57:10 UTC 2013
Sorry, Digimer, I sent the reply to you and not the list.
At any rate, I've found part of my problem. Seems I added the IP as a
resource, and then tried to add that resource to the service groups. For
some reason, that didn't work, but just adding the IP to the service
group does fine.
Now to figure out how to get the cluster back on to the original 3rd
machine. The luci database (where ever that is) says there's a problem.
I can probably start over if need be, but I'd sure like to know how to
"import" the old configuration into luci on a third machine.
Thanks for the help.
On 1/4/2013 12:40 PM, Digimer wrote:
> On 01/04/2013 12:13 PM, Steve Campbell wrote:
>> I'm trying to set up a small cluster using the High Availability and
>> High Availability Management groups. I'd like to run this on 3 different
>> machines, one being a "management" machine and the other two being the
>> actual cluster. It doesn't seem to want to cooperate. I can set the
>> cluster nodes up just fine, working from the management server. As soon
>> as I try adding an "IP address" to the cluster, everything goes south. I
>> can no longer use luci on any of the three machines.
>> I can start luci on any of the 3 servers, but the cluster doesn't show
>> any more. If I try and recreate the cluster, it indicates the cluster
>> already exists. I can't find anything in the logs other than a bunch of
>> python errors similar to perl errors, and those don't really seem to be
>> indicative of hard errors.
>> I've got this scheme running successfully on 3 virtual machines on a
>> single host, and that seems to work just fine. Real servers are beating
>> me up.
>> Any suggestions, please?
>> steve campbell
> Can you paste the created cluster.conf file please?
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