[Pacemaker] problems with cman + corosync + pacemaker in debian

Andrew Beekhof andrew at beekhof.net
Sun Feb 12 20:41:22 EST 2012

On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 8:01 AM, diego fanesi <diego.fanesi at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to install corosync with pacemaker using drbd + gfs2 with cman
> support.
> I installed corosync + pacemaker and all worked fine. Then I tried to add
> cman but to use it I have to start corosync from cman. cman doesn't consider
> corosync.conf (and services.d/*) and if you want to modify default settings
> of corosync defined by cman, you have to add these informations in your
> cluster.conf.
> In this file are not allowed all possible configurations of corosync.conf
> and there aren't any way to add services that corosync will run at startup.
> In debian there are no init scripts for pacemaker and I need to start it
> from corosync.conf using the section "service".

It sounds like you're using 1.0.x?
Have you tried 1.1.x from backports?

To use pacemaker+cman, you /must/ use the pacemaker init script.

> My problem is that: I need to start pacemaker from corosync.conf (or
> services.d/pmkr) but if this file is not considered by cman I haven't other
> ways to start pacemaker with corosync + cman.
> Can someone help me?
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