[Linux-ha-dev] LRM Testing
alanr at unix.sh
Thu Jun 3 09:50:20 MDT 2004
Jiang Dong Sun wrote:
> >On 2004-06-03T12:17:36,
> > Andrew Beekhof <andrew at beekhof.net> said:
> >> 1- Location of lrmd executable (should most likely be
> >> /usr/lib/heartbeat like the others)
> will fix it at once.
> >> 2- Location of pid file (/var/run is not normally writable by the
> >> haclient user)
> Is it based on the following 3-?
> >> 3- lrmd forks and runs in the background, this isnt compatible with
> >> being launched as a "respawn" from ha.cf
> >Needs fixing.
> must it be runned as this way?
This makes sense, since that means you'll be automatically started by
heartbeat, and automatically stopped by it too...
At the present time this seems to be the right approach...
>>> 8- I dont see any version information on the RAs... but I also dont
>>> recall a definite decision on who was responsible for providing it.
>>Version information can be queried from an OCF RA API-compliant agent
>>via the 'metadata' operation; however I've not checked the LRM apis on
>>how this information is fed back to us.
> ok, will add it.
No. I think you don't need to. This should come from the metadata...
Alan Robertson <alanr at unix.sh>
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