[Linux-ha-dev] latest cts runs
dejanmm at fastmail.fm
Mon Jun 4 08:21:56 MDT 2007
On Mon, Jun 04, 2007 at 03:48:21PM +0200, Lars Marowsky-Bree wrote:
> On 2007-06-04T15:25:27, Dejan Muhamedagic <dejanmm at fastmail.fm> wrote:
> > No special options:
> > python /usr/lib/heartbeat/cts/CTSlab.py -v2 --logfile /var/log/ha-log --stonith no 500 > ctsrun.out 2>&1
> > I use my own configuration, which consists of six groups and each
> > group with two IP addresses and an apache.
> Ah, because I'm trying to figure out why CTS's option to create test
> resources doesn't seem to be working for me ;-)
Aha. Interestingly, it does on the Alan's cluster:
FLAGS="--logfile /var/log/ha-log-$F -2 --trunc --clobber-cib -r --facility $F --stonith 1 --fencing 0"
Note that for --trunc to work, you'll need to have permissions to
mess with the logfile.
> > > It might be useful to collect the list of test clusters we all have on a
> > > wiki page.
> > That's a good idea. It could take some time to design it properly,
> > so that we could put in things such as configuration and results.
> I don't think it needs much design.
> Name/Alias (for easier referencing), Owner/Contact, list of nodes,
> description of nodes, additional comments.
Thought that subdirectories with configs (name, results, dates,
etc) could have been useful too.
> > > I can kick off a CTS run easily enough, but the cluster makes so much
> > > noise that I'll run into domestic problems if I keep it running over the
> > > weekend ;-)
> > My xen cluster is running on a very silent headless box which is
> > furthermore located in a closet :)
> If I move this 8 core machine into a closet it will very soon start to
> burn ...
Mine is a very modest one. I'm not sure if has more than half a
core given that it's so silent ;-)
> But you bring up a good point, I should have network cable long enough
> that I could move it into the kitchen where it doesn't annoy me so much
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