[Linux-HA] Death of my servers!
Frank R Callaghan
f.callaghan at ieee.org
Fri Mar 12 09:31:44 MST 2004
On Tuesday 09 March 2004 01:20 pm, Alan Robertson wrote:
> Alan Robertson wrote:
> > Frank R Callaghan wrote:
> >> Thanks Alan,
> >>>> It seems that the loading caused HB to miss beats and conclude
> >>>> that I'm dead so take my services - and then missed lserver3's
> >>>> heartbeat
> >>>> and killed him too !
> >>>> Is this what suposed to happen under heavy load ?
> >>> If heartbeat cannot hear it's own heart beat for 'deadtime', then it
> >>> will
> >>> restart itself - because that means *something* bad has happened.
> >>> (and it
> >>> doesn't, of course, know what).
> >> But should it conclude that the other server is dead also ? that seems
> >> to defete the whole point !
> > If the scheduler fails to schedule heartbeat for a long time, it will
> > unfortunately think everyone is dead.
> > Looking forward to hearing back from you on 1.2.0!
1.2.0 is the business, I have loaded my servers to 100% with everything
I can throw at them - an not a beat was missed :) what a great piece of s/w
even DRBD seems solid now i've moved from reiser back to ext3 !
> One other little tip:
> avoid logging into files directly. Use syslog (logfacility)
Not sure what you mean by this ?
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