[Pacemaker] =?x-gbk?Q?Re=3A_=5BPacemaker=5D_How_can_a_node_join_?= =?x-gbk?Q?another_cluster_safely=A3=BF?=

Andreas Kurz andreas at hastexo.com
Wed Dec 28 18:08:28 EST 2011

On 12/26/2011 01:17 PM, Mars gu wrote:
> Hi All£¬
>     I have two clusters£¬cluster_A   and  cluster_B.
>     A node named node_b was in cluster_B before.
>     And now I want to move the node_b to Cluster_A. Then I changed the
> configfile(corosync.conf) of node_b into the configfile of Cluster_A's node.
>     when I restart corosync. node_a joined cluster_A Successfully, but I
> noticed that the cib.xml in cluster_A  changed just like Cluster_B's.
> Then the resources I defined in cluster_A gone.
>     How can the node_b join cluster_a safely?
>     I find that when i execute this cli before the service started,
> Cluster_A's configfle will not be chaneged.
> ****************        
> cibadmin --modify  --crm_xml '<cib admin_epoch="0">'
> ****************      
> Is this the right way to solve the problem?
> thanks.

completely clean the "/var/run/heartbeat/crm" directory on that node,
before you put it into an other cluster.


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