[ClusterLabs] Two-Node OCFS2 cluster keep rebooting each other
jonathan.vargas at alkaid.cr
Tue Jun 9 23:04:20 EDT 2015
After reading a bit and chatting at the #suse IRC channel, I'm starting to
think that for my use case, stonith would not be required.
Since there are only two nodes accesing the same disk, and no additional
redundant cluster channels, what will work meanwhile is disabling stonith.
I consider this also because the application that the Web server hosts, is
stateless, so if no incoming requests are received by the Load Balancer,
then, no write operations could be performed.
At the end, this was the way it worked before HA. What do you think?
*Jonathan Vargas Rodríguez*
Founder and Solution Engineer
Alkaid <https://alkaid.cr/> | Open Source Software
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2015-06-09 20:15 GMT-06:00 Andrew Beekhof <andrew at beekhof.net>:
> > On 10 Jun 2015, at 11:23 am, Jonathan Vargas <jonathan.vargas at alkaid.cr>
> > Hi there,
> > I wonder why one node reboots the other one when one of them is
> disconnected from network. See the original question asked at:
> > Since these nodes are Web Servers sharing the same disk, I expected that
> if one of them disconnects from the network, the remaining one could assume
> the payload sent by a Load Balancer.
> Yes, but which one?
> All each knows is that they can’t see the other.
> > Maybe I'm configuring something incorrectly. Help needed please.
> > Thanks in advance.
> > Jonathan Vargas Rodríguez
> > Founder and Solution Engineer
> > Alkaid | Open Source Software
> > mail jonathan.vargas at alkaid.cr
> > telf +506 4001 6259 Ext. 01
> > mobi +506 4001 6259 Ext. 51
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