Fri, 4 Oct 2002 09:27:04 -0400
Heartbeat-0.4.9d on Redhat 7.2:
Can someone explain how ipfail.c works. I am trying to test the ipfail.c setup on my cluster and when the ping node is disconnected from the server; the server recognizes that the ping node is down, the secondary server recognizes that the ping node is down but the resources are never taken over from the primary to the secondary or vice versa.
When ipfail detects a node down, does it send a "heartbeat stop" command to signal the secondary that it should take over the services? How does hb_standby work? and what is the nice_failover feature do in the ha.cf file?
Also, there is an error in the heartbeat.spec file. It is using ucdsnmp instead of ucd-snmp.
BuildPrereq: glib-devel, lynx, ucdsnmp, perl, iputils, /usr/bin/ssh
BuildPrereq: glib-devel, lynx, ucd-snmp, perl, iputils, /usr/bin/ssh
Thanks for all the assistance,