[Linux-HA] Problem with STONITH and heartbeat 2

Stefan Peinkofer peinkofe at fhm.edu
Tue Oct 18 06:35:27 MDT 2005

Hello Lars,
On Tue, 2005-10-18 at 13:19 +0200, Lars Marowsky-Bree wrote:
> On 2005-10-17T17:14:33, Andrew Beekhof <beekhof at gmail.com> wrote:
> > yes, definitely requires the input from IBM China.
> > 
> > The logs below indicate that the CRM did its part but the call failed.
> > 
> > Oct 12 11:47:39 sarek tengine: [23000]: info:
> > mask(callbacks.c:tengine_stonith_callback): optype=1, node_name=spock,
> > result=2, node_list=
> > Oct 12 11:47:39 sarek tengine: [23000]: ERROR:
> > mask(tengine.c:match_down_event): Stonith of
> > 94e85471-d30d-4b94-aa8e-69c8440361a0 failed (2)... aborting
> > transition.
> Could you file a blocker? We need all components of the system to
> provide enough debugging information to find out what the problems are.
I don't know if I can because unfortunately I don't know what 'file a
blocker' is. Can you explain it to me?
Components of the system:
	2 Siemens Primergy Rx300:
		- 2 way 2.8GHz Xeon
		- 4GB Ram
		- 2 Onboard Gigabit Ethernet Interfaces (tg3 NetXtreme BCM5704 Gigabit
		- 1 Intel Pro/1000 MT Dual Giabit Ethernet Interfaces (e1000 Intel
		- 1 Qlogic 2342L FC HBA
		- 2 Onboard serial interfaces.

Stontith device: 2 Western Telematic NPS-230

One tg3 and one e1000 interface are bound together for public network.
The other tg3 interface is used for cluster interconnect.
The other e1000 is used to connect to the NPS's.
One serial interface is used as cluster interconnect but not configured
yet. The other serial interface is connected to the NPS's. (I know
wti_nps can only handle to connect over ehternet.)

What else do you need? Would a graphic of the cluster topologie help

Many thanks in advance.

Stefan Peinkofer
> Sincerely,
>     Lars Marowsky-Brée <lmb at suse.de>
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