[Pacemaker] Changed IP Address; Filesystem Won't Start

Lars Marowsky-Bree lmb at suse.com
Wed Nov 21 14:22:18 EST 2012

On 2012-11-20T13:59:47, Art Zemon <art at hens-teeth.net> wrote:

> Folks,
> I had a working cluster... for a few minutes. Then I restarted one of
> the nodes in EC2 so it's IP address changed. Now the nodes come up, talk
> to each other, DRBD syncs, but the filesystem won't start. I'm baffled.
> Following is some config info. All I did was update the IP address of
> aztestc4 in /etc/hosts and in /etc/drbd.d/share.res and reboot to
> restart everything. /var/log/syslog is so full of stuff that I can't see
> the trees for the forest.

Your filesystem resources report an exit code "1". Alas, why they don't
mount *is* in /var/log/syslog - look for the output from and around the
Filesystem agent.

grep -C 3 Filesystem /var/log/syslog could be your friend.


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