[Linux-HA] Stonith question
alanr at unix.sh
Thu Mar 10 14:43:01 MST 2005
Lars Marowsky-Bree wrote:
> On 2005-03-10T21:19:09, hm at seneca.muc.de wrote:
>>>That doesn't make sense. There can't be a communication failure between
>>>them, because as you said in your original mail, the primary takes over
>>>the resources just fine from the secondary, and _then_ invokes STONITH.
>>It's not impossible that it was that way round.
> Ah, ok. As Alan said, that's what might happen if the communication
> link_s_ (it is plural, is it not?) both have taken time to come up, and
> took longer to do so than the initial deadtime.
> Alas, for two links or more, that's not all that likely.
The delays don't go down when you have two. If it takes one link 30
seconds to come up, it probably takes each of them 30 seconds to come up.
Where it would be an "alas" would be if one of them was a serial link.
*That* link comes up basically instantly.
Alan Robertson <alanr at unix.sh>
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