[Pacemaker] Question about cluster start-up in a 2 node cluster with a node offline.

Andreas Kurz andreas at hastexo.com
Thu Feb 9 09:36:02 EST 2012


On 02/08/2012 08:32 PM, James FLatten wrote:
> Maybe someone can help me understand this behavior.  I have a two node
> cluster built using the "Cluster from Scratch" document.  I am testing
> various behaviors, one of which is to bring up the cluster services on
> one node while it's partner node is offline.
> What I am seeing is this:
> I start up Corosync and pacemaker one the first node.  The system waits
> dc-deadtime (correct?) and then successfully fences the other node.  At
> this point I would assume that it would bring up the resources, but what
> I find is that the system waits until the first cluster-recheck-interval
> (15min) pops and then starts the resources.
> Is this correct behavior? And if so, can I adjust the
> cluster-recheck-interval so my services come online quicker?

No, this is not a correct behavior ... but for more ... not enough

Are you using latest Pacemaker? What does your complete config look
like? What's your DRBD version (if in use)? Logs from the time of
cluster start until resource startup?


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> Thank you,
> Davin
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