[ClusterLabs] Unable to perform resource failover.
garima at nectechnologies.in
Tue Nov 7 06:04:13 EST 2017
>> There are many things to check. First of all, check if the service is being restarted by systemd or another process manager.
We restarted the systemd and other process by using command mentioned below and also restarted the cluster nodes:
Systemctl restart httpd.service
Systemctl restart pacemaker.service
Systemctl restart corosync.service
Systemctl restart pcsd.service
Does this impact in cluster?
From: Alberto Mijares [mailto:amijaresp at gmail.com]
Sent: 07 November 2017 16:25
To: Cluster Labs - All topics related to open-source clustering welcomed <users at clusterlabs.org>
Subject: Re: [ClusterLabs] Unable to perform resource failover.
> I am trying to do resource failover by killing pid of httpd.
> I observed that resource failover is not happing after killing the pid.
> Status of resource(Httpd) remain started on node1.
> We don’t want to use resource move ”pcs resource move Httpd” and
> resource disable”pcs resource disable httpd” command for this.
There are many things to check. First of all, check if the service is being restarted by systemd or another process manager.
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