[Pacemaker] question about interface failover

Florian Crouzat gentoo at floriancrouzat.net
Fri May 17 04:41:21 EDT 2013

Le 16/05/2013 21:45, christopher barry a écrit :
> Greetings,
> I've setup a new 2-node mysql cluster using
> * drbd
> * corosync 1.4.2
> * pacemaker 117
> on Debian Wheezy nodes.
> failover seems to be working fine for everything except the ips manually
> configured on the interfaces.

This sentence makes no sense to me.
The cluster will not failover something that is not clusterized (a 
'manually' configured IP...)

What are you trying to achieve exactly ?
Also, could you pastebin the output of "crm_mon -Arf1" I find it more 
easy to read.

> see config here:
> http://pastebin.aquilenet.fr/?9eb51f6fb7d65fda#/YvSiYFocOzogAmPU9g
> +g09RcJvhHbgrY1JuN7D+gA4=
> If I bring down an interface, when the cluster restarts it, it only
> starts it with the vip - the original ip and route have been removed.

Makes sense if you added the 'original' IP manually...
You should have non-VIP in /etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-*
But then again, please precise what you are trying to achieve.

> not sure what to do to make sure the permanent ip and the routes get
> restored. I'm not all that versed on the cluster commandline yet, and
> I'm using LCMC for most of my usage.

Florian Crouzat

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