[Linux-HA] More on string2msg_ll warning
alanr at unix.sh
Mon Sep 26 16:04:08 MDT 2005
Martin J. Evans wrote:
> I'm still getting a:
> heartbeat: 2005/09/26_15:05:49 WARN: string2msg_ll: node [linuxha2]
> failed authentication
> line in my log files at startup (heartbeat 2.0.2, also 2.0.1).
> Alan Robertson said:
>>This is caused by packets with bad checksums on them. The most common
>> - another cluster on the same subnet, and either bcast,
>> or duplicate mcast directives.
> I don't have another cluster
>> - Different authkeys on the two machines
> Both are now:
> auth 2
> 1 crc
> 2 sha1 5980ad3f70715cc5576c5cbd193b8579
>> - Packet corruption
> could be - but this only happens when heartbeat is first started on the primary
> when the secondary is already up.
If you have a serial link, I have observed that this happens quite
repeatably when the system starts up - having to do with garbage in the
receive or transmit silos.
Do you have a serial link here?
Alan Robertson <alanr at unix.sh>
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