[ClusterLabs] [EXT] IPaddr2 Started (disabled) ?

Windl, Ulrich u.windl at ukr.de
Thu Dec 7 02:56:25 EST 2023

The „disabled“ makes me wonder.

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Subject: [EXT] [ClusterLabs] IPaddr2 Started (disabled) ?

hi guys.

A cluster thinks the resource is up:
  * HA-10-1-1-80    (ocf:heartbeat:IPaddr2):     Started ubusrv3 (disabled)
while it is not the case. What might it mean?
Config is simple:
-> $ pcs resource config HA-10-1-1-80
 Resource: HA-10-1-1-80 (class=ocf provider=heartbeat type=IPaddr2)
  Attributes: cidr_netmask=24 ip=
  Meta Attrs: failure-timeout=20s target-role=Stopped
  Operations: monitor interval=10s timeout=20s (HA-10-1-1-80-monitor-interval-10s)
              start interval=0s timeout=20s (HA-10-1-1-80-start-interval-0s)
              stop interval=0s timeout=20s (HA-10-1-1-80-stop-interval-0s)

I expected, well.. cluster to behave.
This results in a trouble - because of that exactly I think - for when resource is re-enabled then that IP/resource is not instantiated.
Is its monitor not working?
Is there a way to "harden" cluster perhaps via resource config?
cluster is Ubuntu VM boxes.

many thanks, L.
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