[Linux-HA] sticky resource status "transition" with hb 2.0.2

Alan Robertson alanr at unix.sh
Thu Oct 27 07:38:56 MDT 2005


Alan Robertson wrote:
> Joachim Banzhaf wrote:
>> Hi Andrew,
>>
>> Am Mittwoch, 26. Oktober 2005 20:22 schrieb Andrew Beekhof:
>>> On 10/26/05, joachimbanzhaf at compuserve.de <joachimbanzhaf at compuserve.de> 
>> wrote:
>>
>>>> Is it a known bug that starting heartbeat in an environment like mine
>>>> never leaves resource status "transition" (which means e.g. you cannot
>>>> stop heartbeat)? If not, I'm happy to provide more details.
>>> That is definitely not a good thing.  Can you attach logs and the
>>> contents of the CIB (either the cib.xml file or output from cibadmin
>>> -Ql)
>>
>> Sure, but I dont use cib right now. At this point it is a 1.x 
>> compatibility setup because I wanted to start from a working setup I 
>> know and understand before I switch to new 2.x functionality. Logs and 
>> config are attached.
>>
>>> If its at all possible, you might want to try the latest from CVS too.
>>
>> if I find the time, I will.
>>
>>>> I use heartbeat rpm 2.0.2 with a minimal SuSE Pro 9.3 (with current you
>>>> updates).
>>>> I have setup just one node so far.
>>>> haresources has two lines for two nodes, each starting one ip address.
>>>> Both ip adresses get started by heartbeat just fine.
>>>>
>>>> I have setup various 0.x up to 1.2.3 heartbeat clusters, even sent some
>>
>> oops, seems this got lost somehow:
>> ...patches but this is my first attempt on 2.x.
> 
> Something odd seems to be going on here...
> 
> There should be a message about the IPaddr command exiting with return 
> code 0.
> 
> Could you do a ps and make sure it's not somehow still running?
> 
> Could you also include the logs from when you try and shut it down?

And, I forgot to ask you to please turn on debug level 1 too.


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