[Linux-HA] watchdog bug
Holger.Kiehl at dwd.de
Mon Mar 15 08:16:24 MST 2004
It did not work until 0.4.9b, but there after it should work. At least
with a Intel i810 TCO it worked for me up to and including 1.0.4. I have
not tried any 1.1.x or 1.2.x releases.
On Mon, 15 Mar 2004, Andrew Beekhof wrote:
> It may go back even further. I seem to recall my early
> experimental clusters doing this, possibly with 0.4something on RedHat?
> Anyway, not having RTFM I just assumed it was the normal behaviour at
> the time.
> On Mon, 15 Mar 2004 15:32:59 +0100
> Mueller Armin ICM IT SAS IFR 2 <mueller.armin at siemens.com> wrote:
> > >Hi,
> > >At first glance, it looks like 1.2.0 et al have watchdog directive
> > >bugs in them.
> > >Shutting down heartbeat gracefully *does* result in the machine
> > >rebooting when watchdog is enabled.
> > >This is with a softdog driver which (on reading the source) looks
> > >right to me, and IMHO, shouldn't be shutting us down, if we're doing
> > >the RightThing in heartbeat.
> > >I suspect we're either not handling the device close quite right, or
> > >we're not closing file descriptors in child processes.
> > >--
> > > Alan Robertson <alanr at unix.sh>
> > Hi,
> > at least for the version 1.0.2, I can confirm this bug. Obviously it
> > survived until now. For this reason I didn't used softdog even though
> > it's a useful feature.
> > Armin
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