[ClusterLabs] pacemaker apache and umask on CentOS 7

Ken Gaillot kgaillot at redhat.com
Wed Apr 20 13:35:04 EDT 2016

On 04/20/2016 12:20 PM, Klaus Wenninger wrote:
> On 04/20/2016 05:35 PM, fatcharly at gmx.de wrote:
>>> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 20. April 2016 um 16:31 Uhr
>>> Von: "Klaus Wenninger" <kwenning at redhat.com>
>>> An: users at clusterlabs.org
>>> Betreff: Re: [ClusterLabs] pacemaker apache and umask on CentOS 7
>>> On 04/20/2016 04:11 PM, fatcharly at gmx.de wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>>> I´m running a 2-node apache webcluster on a fully patched CentOS 7 (pacemaker-1.1.13-10.el7_2.2.x86_64 pcs-0.9.143-15.el7.x86_64).
>>>> Some files which are generated by the apache are created with a umask 137 but I need this files created with a umask of 117.
>>>> To change this I first tried to add a umask 117 to /etc/sysconfig/httpd & rebooted the system. This had no effekt.
>>>> So I found out (after some research) that this is not working under CentOS 7 and that this had to be changed via systemd.
>>>> So I created a directory "/etc/systemd/system/httpd.service.d" and put there a "umask.conf"-File with this content: 
>>>> [Service]
>>>> UMask=0117
>>>> Again I rebooted the system but no effekt.
>>>> Is the pacemaker really starting the apache over the systemd ? And how can I solve the problem ?
>>> Didn't check with CentOS7 but on RHEL7 there is a
>>> /usr/lib/ocf/resource.d/heartbeat/apache.
>>> So it depends on how you defined the resource starting apache if systemd
>>> is used or if it being done by the ocf-ra.
>> MY configuration is:
>> Resource: apache (class=ocf provider=heartbeat type=apache)
>>   Attributes: configfile=/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf statusurl=
>>   Operations: start interval=0s timeout=40s (apache-start-timeout-40s)
>>               stop interval=0s timeout=60s (apache-stop-timeout-60s)
>>               monitor interval=1min (apache-monitor-interval-1min)
>> So I quess it is ocf. But what will be the right way to do it ? I lack a bit of understandig about this /usr/lib/ocf/resource.d/heartbeat/apache file.  
> There are the ocf-Resource-Agents (if there is none you can always
> create one for your service) which usually
> give you a little bit more control of the service from the cib. (You can
> set a couple of variables like in this example
> the pointer to the config-file)
> And of course you can always create resources referring the native
> services of your distro (systemd-units in
> this case).
>>>> Any suggestions are welcome

If you add envfiles="/etc/sysconfig/httpd" to your apache resource, it
should work.

>>>> Kind regards
>>>> fatcharly

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