[ClusterLabs] Fwd: "Funny" message from corosync (SLES12 SP4)
yren at suse.com
Sun May 5 06:40:30 EDT 2019
1. "corosync: [MAIN ] parse error in config: The token hold
timeout parameter (16 ms) may not be less than (30 ms)."
----There is no difference between corosync 1 (SLES11 SP4) and corosync
2 (SLES12 SP4). The error occurred because you specified the "hold" in
totem less than 30 ms (I guess, because there is no config file you
provided) . This is not allowed. Please reference corosync.conf(5). The
30ms is come from "(int)(1000/HZ)*3", the HZ used is 100 because it
stands for the low utilization of CPU.
2. "corosync: [MAIN ] interface section bindnetaddr is used
together with nodelist. Nodelist one is going to be used"
----- This is a wired problem, the nodelist must be specified if you use
UDPU as the totem.transport with bindnetaddr. If you want to figure out
the reason caused that, please publish the config file.
On 4/25/19 9:05 PM, Roger Zhou wrote:
> Hi Yuan,
> I'm wondering you might have some clue, coincidentally with your
> recent finding?
> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
> From: *Ulrich Windl* <Ulrich.Windl at rz.uni-regensburg.de
> <mailto:Ulrich.Windl at rz.uni-regensburg.de>>
> Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2019 at 10:33
> Subject: [ClusterLabs] "Funny" message from corosync (SLES12 SP4)
> To: <users at clusterlabs.org <mailto:users at clusterlabs.org>>
> Fighting with the cahnges between corosync 1 (SLES11 SP4) and corosync
> 2 (SLES12 SP4), I got some "funny" error message:
> corosync: [MAIN ] parse error in config: The token hold
> timeout parameter (16 ms) may not be less than (30 ms).
> The funny part is that "hold" is not set at all in the config file!
> I guess it's auto-computed from other parameters.
> The other funny thing is when following corosync.conf.example.unicast
> (using interface and nodelist), I see this message:
> corosync: [MAIN ] interface section bindnetaddr is used
> together with nodelist. Nodelist one is going to be used.
> corosync: [MAIN ] Please migrate config file to nodelist.
> I guess the sample is not up-to-date...
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