[Pacemaker] Virtual IP migration fails to cleanup IP from failed interface

Andrew Beekhof andrew at beekhof.net
Wed Aug 20 20:17:52 EDT 2014

On 20 Aug 2014, at 11:45 pm, Arjun Pandey <apandepublic at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi
> I have a 2 Node(Active-Passive) mode cluster on CentOS 6.4
> After setting up the cluster things work fine.
> There are 4 resources (2 virtual IP's and my application (master-slave ) mode).
> Additionally i have a constraint that virtual IP's are colocated with
> the master.
> If i bring the interface down using ifconfig eth1 down , migration of
> virtual IP happens and the slave instance gets promoted.

Is this the same interface that the cluster communicates on?
Have you got fencing configured?

> However the
> address with the previous is not cleaned up.   If the interface is
> again brought up, i now see the virtual IP associated with interfaces
> on both the nodes. Should IP be flushed from interface  via migration
> ?
> Regards
> Arjun
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