[Linux-HA] Heartbeat always restarts (performing restart exec)since ipfail w

Anquijix Schiptara anquijix at hotmail.com
Tue Jul 5 00:36:35 MDT 2005


Why not helping you. But i dont know  what you mean with stack traceback (Im 
still a beginner).
If you say, what I have to do, im ready for helping you :-)

>From: Alan Robertson <alanr at unix.sh>
>Reply-To: General Linux-HA mailing list <linux-ha at lists.linux-ha.org>
>To: General Linux-HA mailing list <linux-ha at lists.linux-ha.org>
>Subject: Re: [Linux-HA] Heartbeat always restarts (performing restart 
>exec)since ipfail was configured
>Date: Mon, 04 Jul 2005 09:08:22 -0600
>
>Anquijix Schiptara wrote:
>>Hi there
>>
>>Since I configured ipfail, i got this problem.  What ive done wrong? Below 
>>you see the ha-log. There is noticed, that the ping hosts are not 
>>available. But they are available, when I normally ping them.
>>
>>
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:28 info: **************************
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:28 info: Configuration validated. Starting 
>>heartbeat 1.2.3
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:28 info: heartbeat: version 1.2.3
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:28 info: Heartbeat generation: 37
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:28 info: Starting serial heartbeat on tty 
>>/dev/ttyS0 (19200 baud)
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:28 info: UDP Broadcast heartbeat started on 
>>port 694 (694) interface eth1
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:28 info: ping heartbeat started.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:28 info: ping heartbeat started.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:28 info: ping heartbeat started.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:28 info: ping heartbeat started.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:28 notice: Using watchdog device: 
>>/dev/watchdog
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:28 info: pid 32665 locked in memory.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:28 info: Local status now set to: 'up'
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 info: pid 32671 locked in memory.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 info: pid 32672 locked in memory.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 info: pid 32675 locked in memory.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 info: pid 32673 locked in memory.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 info: pid 32676 locked in memory.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 info: pid 32674 locked in memory.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 ERROR: Exiting HBWRITE process 32676 killed 
>>by signal 11.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 info: pid 32683 locked in memory.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 info: pid 32677 locked in memory.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 info: pid 32678 locked in memory.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 info: pid 32682 locked in memory.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 info: pid 32679 locked in memory.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 info: pid 32681 locked in memory.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 info: pid 32680 locked in memory.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 ERROR: Core heartbeat process died! 
>>Restarting.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 WARN: Shutdown delayed until current 
>>resource activity finishes.
>>heartbeat: 2005/07/04_10:56:29 ERROR: Exiting HBWRITE process 32678 killed 
>>by signal 11.
>
>This is a known bug - that I cannot reproduce.  So, until someone decides 
>to work with us to reproduce it, it will STAY BROKEN.
>
>It occurs when you use both bcast and ping or bcast and ping and ipfail 
>(I'm not exactly sure which) and a certain 2.6 kernel.
>
>But, we need a stack traceback to help us diagnose this.  I know how to get 
>a core dump so we can get a stack trace.
>
>You want to be the one to help us fix this?
>
>
>
>--
>     Alan Robertson <alanr at unix.sh>
>
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