[ClusterLabs] Issue with DRBD + a systemd resource
arvidjaar at gmail.com
Thu Dec 14 12:59:05 EST 2017
14.12.2017 19:25, Jan Pokorný пишет:
> On 14/12/17 10:49 -0500, Julien Semaan wrote:
>> Great success!
>> Adding the following line to /usr/lib/systemd/system/pacemaker.service did
> Note, this is not a proper way for overriding the systemd unit files,
> which is rather along the lines:
> - make a copy to /etc/systemd/system directory
> - edit this copy
> - issue systemctl daemon-reload so that this is taken into at all
> (which also happens automatically after reboot)
> Otherwise your changes are lost say after reinstalling pacemaker.
That's not the right way to do it either unless you have really ancient
systemd version. The right way is to create configuration drop-in for
your additional settings only:
You can also use "systemctl edit pacemaker.service" which under the hood
does the same.
And on SUSE you can add this directory to csync2 configuration to ensure
each node has the same settings (do not know what is the equivalent on RH).
> (FTR, in the same vein, I am proposing similar scheme for resource
> agents: https://github.com/ClusterLabs/OCF-spec/issues/5)
>> Now, the question is, should the unit file shipped in the RPM be adjusted
>> (currently using CentOS 7), if so, is this the best place to get the message
>> going, or should I post this to a specific BTS ?
> Pacemaker maintainers are reading this so will take care of this
> for upstream, you may then want to give a heads up to particular
> downstream, giving them the right pointers.
> Anyway, the change is seemingly straightfoward, but few things
> should be answered/investigated first:
> - After=dbus.service or rather After=dbus.socket (or both)?
It must be dbus.service. On startup it does not really matter but on
shutdown D-Bus daemon may still be stopped before pacemaker without
explicit dependency on dbus.service.
Note that systemd has private D-Bus socket which is used when D-Bus
daemon is not available. systemctl (should) transparently use it when it
cannot connect to system D-Bus daemon.
> - mere After=, or combined with other relationship modifying
> - Wants=, Requires= ... what's the expected behaviour when
> DBus crashes (or is it merely hypothetical because then
> whole systemd is in trouble then?)
If I correctly understand the problem, pacemaker itself does not depend
on or need D-Bus; it only needs it when there are resources of class
systemd. Crash and restart of D-Bus daemon kills existing D-Bus
connections; does pacemaker (lrmd) has any long-lived connections or it
connects on demand? In the latter case D-Bus daemon restart should not
really affect it unless it happens exactly when it is performing
operation on resource.
Note that dbus.service is by far not the only one additional dependency
you may need. E.g. any NFS mount resource requires that
pacemaker.service is ordered after remote-fs.target, otherwise NFS
mounts may be forcibly teared down before pacemaker has chance to
cleanly stop them and all dependent resources.
It would actually be interesting to have framework that allows
dynamically add dependencies which are required by individual RA.
> - should DBus reloads somehow affect pacemaker?
D-Bus restart is considered too harmful and explicitly not supported
even though it should not affect pacemaker itself (see above).
> - (insert some other questions that are not currently
> coming to mind of rather inexpert person)
systemd is the whole new can of worms. Just look at disastrous effect
innocent, well established setting of SBD_DELAY_START="true" may have.
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