[Linux-HA] Re: Configuartion Heartbeat V2
alanr at unix.sh
Thu Aug 18 14:57:11 MDT 2005
mustang4 at free.fr wrote:
>>>>>So, On Solaris 9
>>>>>1) Heartbeat 2.0.0 with configuration V1, doesn't work better than
>>>>>1.2.3 = no possiblility to detect link failure. (ipfail, cl_status...
>>>>>2 ) I try to use Heartbeat 2.0.2 with configuration V2.
>>>>>As is explain here (
>>>>>documentation about V2 configuration is not very clear...
>>>>>So if i'll success run heartbeat 2.0.0 with link failure detection, i
>>>>>post a message about ... how to use Heartbeat on Solaris 9... :-)
>>>>>So, i enabled "crm yes" like it's explain here (
>>>>>and i've this inifinite loop in log ;
>>>>Link failure detection works for me. But, I'm not running Solaris.
>>>Ok, but your answer don't help me... I'm trying to run Heartbeat on Solaris
>>>it's say that heartbeat run on Unix System so Solairs is an Unix like system.
>>>I just want to know one things about the link failuer detection, on your
>>>do you use IpFail with Heartbeat ?
>>Ipfail is unrelated to link failure detection. Heartbeat detects link
>>failures on its own. ipfail does something else - it detects
>>connectivity to other places outside your cluster - which is unrelated
>>to heartbeat link failure.
>>Are you saying ipfail isn't working for you?
> Yes Ipfail don't work on Solaris.. it's a know problem...
> And when you try to use Heartbeat (1.2.3 and 2.0) with Ipfail, heartbeat never
> switch when you unplug the main ethernet cable... for example.
>>ipfail doesn't work with release 2 style clusters.
>>If you say "crm yes", you should not enable ipfail.
> Ok, i know that.
Then I must have missed something. Because that's what's in the
configuration files you showed.
Have you run BasicSanityCheck?
That's the first thing to do when working on a port to a new platform.
And, as it says on the mailing list descriptions, non-Linux ports should
generally be discussed on the -dev mailing list.
Alan Robertson <alanr at unix.sh>
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