[ClusterLabs] service network restart and corosync
kwenning at redhat.com
Thu Mar 3 02:22:31 EST 2016
On 03/03/2016 03:08 AM, Debabrata Pani wrote:
> In our deployment, due to some requirement, we need to do a :
> service network restart
> Due to this corosync crashes and the associated pacemaker processes crash
> as well.
> As per the last comment on this issue,
> Corosync reacts oddly to that. It's better to use an iptables rule to
> block traffic (or crash the node with something like 'echo c >
> But other network services, like Postgres, do not crash due to this
> network service restart :
> I can login to psql , issue queries, without any problem.
Have you tried binding postgres to a distinct network-address?
I guess it wouldn't survive then either.
> In view of this, I would like to understand if it is possible to prevent a
> corosync (and a corresponding Pacemaker) crash ?
> Since postgres is somehow surviving this restart.
> Any pointer to socket-level details for this behaviour will help me
> understand (and explain the stakeholders) the problems better.
> Debabrata Pani
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