[Linux-HA] IPaddr2

Michael Schwartzkopff misch at multinet.de
Tue Oct 2 01:29:45 MDT 2007


Am Montag, 1. Oktober 2007 23:39 schrieb Matt Zagrabelny:
> I am getting the following warning in my log files.
>
> lrmd[10793]: 2007/10/01_16:27:41 info: RA output:
> (internal_VIP:stop:stderr) Warning: Executing wildcard deletion to stay
> compatible with old scripts.
>          Explicitly specify the prefix length (192.168.115.33/32) to
> avoid this warning.
>          This special behaviour is likely to disappear in further
> releases,
>          fix your scripts!
>
>
> I have tried changing my cib.xml file to use '192.168.115.33/32' such
> as:
>
> <primitive id="internal_VIP" class="ocf" provider="heartbeat"
> type="IPaddr2">
>  <operations>
>   <op id="internal_VIP_mon" name="monitor" interval="5s" timeout="5s"/>
>  </operations>
>  <instance_attributes id="internal_VIP_inst_attr">
>   <attributes>
>    <nvpair id="internal_VIP_ip_assignment" name="ip"
> value="192.168.115.33/32"/>
>   </attributes>
>  </instance_attributes>
> </primitive>
>
>
>
> However, the 'ip' command is then trying to set '192.168.115.33/32/32'.
> Has anyone seen this before or have a suggestion on how to fix?
>
> Thanks,

hi,

What version von heartbeat do you use? Please consider an upgrade to the 
latest stable version 2.1.2. If I enter 192.168.188.95/32 as OCF_RESKEY_IP 
heartbeat tells me:
Oct  2 09:24:41 xen4 lrmd: [1582]: info: RA output: (resource_IP:stop:stderr) 
IP address [192.168.188.95/32] not valid.

Use OCF_RESKEY_cidr_netmask instead.

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