AW: [Linux-HA] Resource Restart Problem
Otte, Joerg (NSN - DE/Muenich)
joerg.otte at nsn.com
Tue Oct 9 23:59:10 MDT 2007
> What are actually resource B, C, and D?
C,D,.. are Own Applications,Jboss,Apache,Tomcat.
B represents a (cluster-aware) database. It is started outside
of heartbeat. The start operation of B "tells" the database
only what the active side is.
>> I am on heartbeat 2.0.9, Solaris 10
>Cool. But please upgrade to 2.1.2. IIRC, 2.0.9 has never been
I know, no problem if we were on Linux.
But on Solaris it is not easy. When we started the project
2.0.9 was the latest and it had many advantages over 2.0.8.
But under Solaris it does not work out of the box (at least 2.0.8
and 2.0.9 didn't). It took about 6 weeks to get it compiled
and stable running. I've got lot of patches for that.
Von: linux-ha-bounces at lists.linux-ha.org [mailto:linux-ha-bounces at lists.linux-ha.org] Im Auftrag von ext Dejan Muhamedagic
Gesendet: Dienstag, 9. Oktober 2007 23:08
An: General Linux-HA mailing list
Betreff: Re: [Linux-HA] Resource Restart Problem
On Tue, Oct 09, 2007 at 03:12:40PM +0200, Otte, Joerg (NSN - DE/Muenich) wrote:
> I have a resource-group with several resources lets say resource
> If the monitor of B fails then ..,D,C,B are stopped (in that order)
> and then B,C,D,... are started (in that order).
Given that D and C depend on B that is the only correct way to
deal with this kind of error.
> I just want heartbeat to simply restart resource B and let the
> other running.
> But how do I configure that?
What are actually resource B, C, and D?
> I am on heartbeat 2.0.9, Solaris 10
Cool. But please upgrade to 2.1.2. IIRC, 2.0.9 has never been
> Linux-HA mailing list
> Linux-HA at lists.linux-ha.org
> See also: http://linux-ha.org/ReportingProblems
Linux-HA mailing list
Linux-HA at lists.linux-ha.org
See also: http://linux-ha.org/ReportingProblems
More information about the Linux-HA