[Linux-HA] Re: heartbeat inside xen
mcousin at sigma.fr
Mon Mar 7 06:54:36 MST 2005
On Monday 07 March 2005 14:12, Lars Marowsky-Bree wrote:
> On 2005-03-07T13:40:53, Marc Cousin <mcousin at sigma.fr> wrote:
> > I don't think there is a Xen scheduling problem, as I'm working via ssh
> > on the hosted 2.6.10 when the problem occurs, and there's no freeze.
> > The problem with 2.6.10 (split cluster) occurs a few minutes after
> > booting... and only once, it seems.
> Fascinating. Is there anything else which also only occurs a few minutes
> after booting...?
Nothing that I'm aware of (it's a very minimalistic environment, sort of a
firewall embedded in a Xen host). There's no IO activity, nothing I could
find. Everything is loaded by boot scripts, we only start heartbeat, syslog,
postfix, and a script of our own, doing iptables stuff...
It always occurs around 5 minutes after boot (more or less 10 seconds).
> > If there are any tests I can do, let me know, as creating a new
> > environment isn't painfull at all...
> Hm, 2.6.11 might be worth a try too.
Yes, but I couldn't find a valid patch for Xen yet ... will do as soon as I
> Lars Marowsky-Brée <lmb at suse.de>
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