[Linux-HA] a fail over with some group resources
ikedaj at intellilink.co.jp
Fri Oct 12 01:51:04 MDT 2007
I tried a fail over with some group resources.
group_print: Resource Group: grpDummy01
native_print: Dummy01 (heartbeat::ocf:Dummy): Started prec370e
native_print: Dummy02 (heartbeat::ocf:Dummy): Started prec370e
native_print: Dummy03 (heartbeat::ocf:Dummy): Started prec370e
group_print: Resource Group: grpDummy02
native_print: Dummy04 (heartbeat::ocf:Dummy): Started prec370d
native_print: Dummy05 (heartbeat::ocf:Dummy): Started prec370d
native_print: Dummy06 (heartbeat::ocf:Dummy): Started prec370d
node prec370e was DC first.
after checking the above status,
I stopped the heartbeat on prec370d.
so prec370d took over the all services successfully.
but... I found the following;
Dummy01 had started on prec370d before prec370d noticed that it LOST its
when the DC was elected again, Dummy01 has started already.
is it expected?
I thought that the resource would start after DC election in this case.
it might be the same issue as bugzilla #1648.
### Dummy01 start ###
crmd: 2007/10/12_15:07:55 info: do_lrm_rsc_op: Performing
lrmd: 2007/10/12_15:07:55 info: rsc:Dummy01: start
lrmd: 2007/10/12_15:07:55 info: Exiting Dummy04:monitor process 22051
returned rc 0.
lrmd: 2007/10/12_15:07:55 info: Exiting Dummy01:start process 22048
returned rc 0.
crmd: 2007/10/12_15:07:55 info: process_lrm_event: LRM operation
Dummy01_start_0 (call=15, rc=0) complete
### offline ###
crmd: 2007/10/12_15:07:56 notice: crmd_client_status_callback: Status
update: Client prec370e/crmd now has status [offline]
crmd: 2007/10/12_15:07:56 info: crmd_client_status_callback: Got
client status callback - our DC is dead
### election ###
crmd: 2007/10/12_15:07:56 info: do_state_transition: State transition
S_NOT_DC -> S_ELECTION [ input=I_ELECTION cause=C_CRMD_STATUS_CALLBACK
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