WORKS, but .... -- Re: [Pacemaker] Time-based location constraint not working in HB 2.1.4?

Andrew Beekhof beekhof at
Mon Dec 15 09:20:44 EST 2008

On Dec 15, 2008, at 11:40 AM, Andreas Kurz wrote:

> Andrew Beekhof wrote:
>> On Dec 12, 2008, at 1:44 PM, Andreas Kurz wrote:
>>> Andrew Beekhof wrote:
>>>>>>> Is a restart of heartbeat on both nodes needed ...
>>>>>>> or only on the current DC?
>>>>>> Essentially everything.  Since restarting just the DC will  
>>>>>> result in
>>>>>> another node being the DC.
>>>>> Out of curiosity: why is the cluster_recheck_interval not  
>>>>> enabled by
>>>>> default with a value like 1min or 5min?
>>>> Time-based rules aren't that common yet.
>>> I understand ... but does it hurt to have it enabled? too much extra
>>> load for the cluster?
>> At the time it was thought so, but it's probably possible now.
> I restarted the cluster with enabled cluster_recheck_interval and the
> constraints work as expected, thanks for your help Andrew!
> Now another question popped up ... how to deal with nodes running in
> different time zones? At the moment the time-based rules are executed
> according to the DCs time zone I suppose?

In a nutshell, neither heartbeat or openais (yet) provide good split- 
site support so its not a problem we've looked at solving (again,  

> There is no hidden feature to
> specifiy a cluster-wide time zone to base time-based decisions on?


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