[Pacemaker] Corosync fails to start when NIC is absent

Kostiantyn Ponomarenko konstantin.ponomarenko at gmail.com
Fri Jan 9 04:10:15 EST 2015

Hi guys,

Corosync fails to start if there is no such network interface configured in
the system.
Even with "rrp_mode: passive" the problem is the same when at least one
network interface is not configured in the system.

Is this the expected behavior?
I thought that when you use redundant rings, it is enough to have at least
one NIC configured in the system. Am I wrong?

Thank you,
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