[ClusterLabs] systemd: xxxx.service start request repeated too quickly
andrew at beekhof.net
Sun Aug 16 18:48:38 EDT 2015
> On 6 Aug 2015, at 11:59 pm, Juha Heinanen <jh at tutpro.com> wrote:
> Ken Gaillot writes:
>>>> Also, I want to add some delay to the restart attempts so that systemd
>>>> does not complain about too quick restarts.
>>> This is outside of pacemaker control. "Service respawning too rapidly"
>>> means systemd itself attempts to restart it. You need to modify
>>> service definition in systemd to either disable restart on failure
>>> completely and let pacemaker manage it or at least add delay before
>>> restarts. See man systemd.service, specifically RestartSec and Restart
> The service in question only has old an style init.d file inherited from
> Debian Wheezy and I don't have in it any restart definition. Based on
> systemd.service man page, Restart value defaults to 'no'. So I'm not
> sure if it is systemd that is automatically restarting the service too
Well its systemd thats printing the message, so its involved somehow.
What does the resource definition for that resource look like in pacemaker?
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