[Pacemaker] RHEL/centos6 - pacemaker - checking value of PCMK_ipc_buffer

Nikola Ciprich nikola.ciprich at linuxbox.cz
Fri Apr 18 01:47:35 EDT 2014


I've hit internal limit of PCMK_ipc_buffer on one of my cluster.
Unfortunately I'm using corosync + plugin configuration (which I
know is discouraged, so I'll switch this production cluster to CMAN
ASAP), however, I tried setting PCMK_ipc_buffer on my test cluster
already running on CMAN + pacemaker by setting /etc/sysconfig/pacemaker
and checking environ values of cib and other processes /proc/???/environ files
and don't see variables set there..

Therefore my question is, can I somehow check the limits I set are really
applied? So I can be sure I've set it correctly?

Thanks a lot in advance for reply

best regards


Ing. Nikola CIPRICH
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