[ClusterLabs] Antw: [EXT] Re: VirtualDomain craziness
Ulrich.Windl at rz.uni-regensburg.de
Thu Apr 29 02:40:31 EDT 2021
>>> Ken Gaillot <kgaillot at redhat.com> schrieb am 28.04.2021 um 16:15 in
<5ddc2f491e8b053abd8f14c242fae563fa81a8cc.camel at redhat.com>:
> On Wed, 2021‑04‑28 at 13:40 +0200, Ulrich Windl wrote:
>> I just discovered a problem after re‑locating the configuration file
>> of a running VirtualDomain:
>> Cluster wanted to restart VM v14 on h18 due to configuration change
>> (which is correct).
>> Stop went OK, start failed with error "already running". !!??
>> Still the cluster insisted on "recovering" v14 on h18, but stop
>> "suceeded" with
>> INFO: Configuration file /etc/libvirt/libxl/v14.xml not readable,
>> resource considered stopped.
>> (the path was the old path,so that part was OK again)
>> Then the cluster moved v14 away to h16 (and later from h16 to h19),
>> all successful. (which is OK)
>> Still the cluster continued despite of "fail‑count=1000000" complaing
>> on h18:
>> Apr 21 15:59:20 h18 pacemaker‑schedulerd: warning: Forcing
>> prm_xen_v14 away from h18 after 1000000 failures (max=1000000)
>> But v14 wasn't running on h18 at that time.
> Once the threshold is reached, it will log the message every transition
> (until the failure is cleared).
> Past events affect current decisions, so each transition will log any
> essential information about why a resource is where it is, regardless
> of when that event happened.
For the records: You are right: After cleaning up, the message was gone.
Still I feel that "Forcing prm_xen_v14 away from h18 after 1000000 failures"
is more an event than a state; that's why I think it shouldn't repeat over and
>> The messages continue up to now...
>> That's absolutely not OK.
>> Seen in SLES15 SP2 with pacemaker‑2.0.4+20200616.2deceaa3a‑
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