[Linux-HA] Resources launched on both nodes, and unwanted "unset DC"
Erwan Le Gall
elegall at linagora.com
Tue Oct 20 03:02:36 MDT 2009
Erwan Le Gall a écrit :
> I'm trying to setup a two nodes failover cluster on an up to date Debian
> Lenny with Heartbeat "2.1.3-6lenny4". There is various resources to
> handle, but I need to have all of them on the same node at a time and I
> need them to start in a specific order.
> I'm currently using a lot of LSB scripts since I'm unable to get the ocf
> ones working for the moment (but that is maybe all my problem).
> First problem: I launch heartbeat on the first node, but I have the
> tomcat services which start before the other (I guess that's cause
> tomcat LSB init script return a right status before be sure that tomcat
> is really started).
> Except this problem, everything works well on the first node (even if
> the tomcat process are marked "starded" a little too soon).
> Second problem, and the main one: when I launch heartbeat on the second
> node, there is a strange behavior.
> The second node start some services in the same time than first node
> (like apache for example). Then node1 stop some services, so node2
> takeover, both nodes stop all resources and node2 become DC.
> The "both launched" servcies are apparently "tomcat" "Minig-Backend"
> (which is a tomcat application) "Tina_Atempo" (which is a saves
> program). In logs, I obtain "ERROR: See
> http://linux-ha.org/v2/faq/resource_too_active for more information.".
> Weird thing, if I do a heartbeat restart on the node1, the duplicated
> services stop_start but then node2 keep resources.
> I'm asking myself: why heartbeat try to launch the resource on passive
> node? Is that's because the LSB scripts don't return a good status result?
> Note: I re-verify, this services are not launched before heartbeat start.
> Sorry if it's a common mistake but I haven't found the answer.
> There is my cib.xml : http://pastebin.com/f1fdf0988
Ok, Like usually, I post and found during the post or almost. It's the
"non LSB compliant" scripts problem.
Sorry for the noise.
Erwan Le Gall
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