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Open Source Communities Subscriptions Downloads Support Cases Account Back Log In Register Red Hat Account Number: Account Details Newsletter and Contact Preferences User Management Account Maintenance My Profile Notifications Help Log com [Download message RAW] [Attachment #2 (multipart/alternative)] I was able to download RHEL5 32bit ISO evaluation copy so i went with it rather than downloading RHEL6 just for my PoC on Aug 23 04:42:39 server1 openais[27441]: [MAIN ] Using default multicast address of 239.192.168.93 Aug 23 04:42:40 server1 openais[27441]: [TOTEM] Token Timeout (10000 ms) retransmit timeout (495 ms) Aug 23 04:42:40 server1 I thought that local_network group membership automatically configure all necessary services? have a peek at this web-site

Aug 23 02:40:40 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 1260 seconds. View Responses Resources Overview Security Blog Security Measurement Severity Ratings Backporting Policies Product Signing (GPG) Keys Discussions Red Hat Enterprise Linux Red Hat Virtualization Red Hat Satellite Customer Portal Private Groups ordered domain : The order specified in the configuration dictates the order of preference of members within the domain. com> Date: 2012-08-25 5:03:25 Message-ID: CAA1zgjYNW8gHzasr6AYcuBZLx4RWUXtvvwYw36bF42omCK69aw () mail !

Aug 23 03:29:22 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 4170 seconds. Aug 23 07:40:30 server2 ccsd[19167]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 360 seconds. Aug 23 07:35:09 server2 openais[19177]: [TOTEM] entering OPERATIONAL state.

Aug 23 02:12:19 server1 avahi-daemon[3412]: Invalid query packet. Instead, just place it in to the disabled state. Aug 23 02:56:44 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 2220 seconds. Aug 23 02:43:11 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 1410 seconds.

Aug 23 07:38:30 server2 ccsd[19167]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 240 seconds. When nofailback is used, the following two behaviors should be noted: * If a subset of cluster nodes forms a quorum, the node with the highest priority in the failover domain It is not recommended that this ever be changed. https://access.redhat.com/solutions/59752 The following is a list of semantics governing the options as to how the different configuration options affect the behavior of a failover domain: preferred node or preferred member : The

I hope we are nearing to the problem.
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>         > I enabled logging , this is how my cluster.conf looks like
Startup Policy Configuration: Recovery Configuration: ... Recovery Policies Rgmanager supports three recovery policies for services; this is configured by the recovery parameter in the service This simply controls how many instances of clustat queries may be outstanding on a single node at any given time. See cluster.conf(5) for the current method to configure logging.

Combined with the -Z flag to clusvcadm, this can be used to allow rgmanager to be upgraded without stopping a given user service or set of services. -C Explicitly disable or https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/cluster-running-but-failing-to-connect-to-resource-group-manager.21163/ Aug 23 04:30:06 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 7800 seconds. Aug 23 03:49:57 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 5400 seconds. Aug 23 03:56:58 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 5820 seconds.

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>       http://awendigital.com/could-not/could-not-connect-or-execute-sql-query-configuration-manager.html gmail ! Aug 23 02:53:43 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 2040 seconds. Aug 23 03:55:58 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 5760 seconds.

That is, nofailback does not prevent transitions from outside of a failover domain to inside a failover domain. This means that if member A has a higher rank than member B, the service will migrate to A if it was running on B if A transitions from offline to If no members of the failover domain are available, the service is placed in the stopped state. Source Aug 23 04:18:33 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 7110 seconds.

Aug 23 02:57:14 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 2250 seconds. Aug 23 02:42:41 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 1380 seconds. Services will always migrate to members of their failover domain whenever possible, however, in an unordered domain.

Administrators may do this in order to perform maintenance on one or more parts of a given service without having rgmanager interfere.

After a service is placed in to this state, the administrator must verify that there are no allocated resources (mounted file systems, etc.) prior to issuing a disable request. Kind regards, Heiko Am 24.08.2012 11:04, schrieb PARAM KRISH: All, I am trying to setup a simple two node cluster in my laptop using two RHEL VM's. Re: clusvcadm : Could not connect to resource group manager [Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index] To: linux clustering Subject: Re: clusvcadm : Could not connect to resource Aug 23 02:49:42 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 1800 seconds.

After reading this thread I tested multicast and found that none of my nodes are replying. Stay logged in Proxmox Support Forum Forums > Proxmox Virtual Environment > Proxmox VE: Installation and configuration > Toggle Width Home Contact Us Help Terms and Rules Top About The Proxmox Aug 23 03:58:29 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 5910 seconds. http://awendigital.com/could-not/could-not-connect-to-service-control-manager-dpm.html Aug 23 07:46:02 server2 ccsd[19167]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 690 seconds.

That is, even though rgmanager calls out to various resource agents individually in order to start or stop various resources, everything in the resource group is always moved around together in Aug 23 03:20:50 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 3660 seconds. Aug 23 02:50:13 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 1830 seconds. Aug 23 02:57:44 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 2280 seconds.

A resource group is the atomic unit of failover in rgmanager. stop - stop the service and place into the stopped state. Aug 23 04:37:38 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 8250 seconds. Aug 23 03:55:28 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 5730 seconds.

Aug 23 02:55:14 server1 ccsd[24441]: Unable to connect to cluster infrastructure after 2130 seconds.