[ClusterLabs] vip is not removed after node lost connection with the other two nodes

Hui Xiang xianghuir at gmail.com
Mon Jun 26 04:10:02 EDT 2017

Thanks guys!!

I did "ifconfig ethx down" to make the cluster interface down.


Do you know what is the "known bug" mentioned below:

"During ifdown corosync will rebind to localhost (this is long time
known bug) and behaves weirdly."



From: Jan Pokorn? <jpokorny at redhat.com>
To: users at clusterlabs.org
Subject: Re: [ClusterLabs] vip is not removed after node lost
        connection with the other two nodes
Message-ID: <20170623162428.GJ16379 at redhat.com>
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On 23/06/17 08:48 -0500, Ken Gaillot wrote:
> On 06/22/2017 09:44 PM, Hui Xiang wrote:
>>   I have setup 3 nodes(node-1, node-2, node-3) as controller nodes, an
>> vip is selected by pacemaker between them, after manually make the
>> management interface down in node-1 (used by corosync) but still have
>> connectivity to public or non-management network
> How did you make the cluster interface down? If you're blocking it via
> firewall, be aware that you have to block *outbound* traffic on the
> corosync port.

People using ifdown or the iproute-based equivalent seem far
too prevalent, even if for long time bystanders the idea looks
continually disproved ad nauseam.

Added some previous posts on that topic to lists-dedicated
scratchpad at ClusterLabs wiki:
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