[ClusterLabs] Antw: Colocations and Orders Syntax Changed?
Ulrich.Windl at rz.uni-regensburg.de
Thu Jan 19 03:03:45 EST 2017
This might not help, but messing up your cluster is a part of life. I decided to track cluster changes automatically (more human-usable than the diffs logged in pacemaker's log). So if the current configuration stops to work, I look at the changes and try to undo them until things work again (hoping it's not the current pacemaker patch) ;-)
So I have a script run by cron that saves the current configuration (readable and XML), then looks if it's different from the one saved last. If so, the new configuration is saved. For convenience I add a hash to the files, and link a timestamp to the hashed files (So if you cycle between configurations, you'll save some space ;-)) So I can diff between any of the configurations saved (a kind of time machine)...
>>> Eric Robinson <eric.robinson at psmnv.com> schrieb am 19.01.2017 um 05:08 in
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> I have a lot of pacemaker clusters, each running multiple instances of
> mysql. I configure it so that the mysql resources are all dependent on an
> underlying stack of supporting resources which consists of a virtual IP
> address (p_vip), a filesystem (p_fs), often an LVM resource (p_lvm), and a
> drbd resource (p_drbd). If any resource in the underlying stack resource
> moves, then all of them move together and the mysql resources follow.
> However, each of the mysql resources can be stopped and started independently
> without impacting any other resources. I accomplish that with a configuration
> such as the following:
> colocation c_clust10 inf: ( p_mysql_103 p_mysql_150 p_mysql_204 p_mysql_206
> p_mysql_244 p_mysql_247 ) p_vip_clust10 p_fs_clust10 ms_drbd0:Master
> order o_clust10 inf: ms_drbd0:promote p_fs_clust10 p_vip_clust10 ( p
> p_mysql_103 p_mysql_150 p_mysql_204 p_mysql_206 p_mysql_244 p_mysql_247)
> This has suddenly stopped working. On my newest cluster I have the
> following. When I try to use the same approach, the configuration gets
> rearranged on me automatically. The parentheses get moved. Often each of the
> underlying resources is changed to the same thing with ":Master" following.
> Sometimes the whole colocation stanza gets replaced with raw xml. I have
> messed around with it, and the following is the best I can come up with, but
> when I stop a mysql resource everything else stops!
> colocation c_clust19 inf: ( p_mysql_057 p_mysql_092 p_mysql_187 p_mysql_213
> p_vip_clust19 p_mysql_702 p_mysql_743 p_fs_clust19 p_lv_on_drbd0 ) (
> ms_drbd0:Master )
> order o_clust19 inf: ms_drbd0:promote ( p_lv_on_drbd0:start ) ( p_fs_clust19
> p_vip_clust19 ) ( p_mysql_057 p_mysql_092 p_mysql_187 p_mysql_213 p_mysql_702
> p_mysql_743 )
> The old cluster is running Pacemaker 1.1.10. The new one is running 1.1.12.
> What can I do to get it running right again? I want all the underlying
> resources (vip, fs, lvm, drbd) to move together. I want the mysql instances
> to be collocated with the underlying resources, but I want them to be
> independent of each other so they can each be started and stopped without
> hurting anything.
> Eric Robinson
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