[Pacemaker] CoroSync's UDPu transport for public IP addresses?

Daniel Dehennin daniel.dehennin at baby-gnu.org
Tue Dec 30 10:04:49 EST 2014

Dmitry Koterov <dmitry.koterov at gmail.com> writes:

> Oh, seems I've found the solution! At least two mistakes was in my
> corosync.conf (BTW logs did not say about any errors, so my conclusion is
> based on my experiments only).
> 1. nodelist.node MUST contain only IP addresses. No hostnames! They simply
> do not work, "crm status" shows no nodes. And no warnings are in logs
> regarding this.

You can add name like this:

    nodelist {
      node {
        ring0_addr: <public-ip-address-of-the-first-machine>
        name: node1
      node {
        ring0_addr: <public-ip-address-of-the-second-machine>
        name: node2

I used it on Ubuntu Trusty with udpu.


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