[Linux-HA] pingd can't start up

Andrew Beekhof beekhof at gmail.com
Mon Oct 29 04:05:05 MDT 2007

On 10/29/07, Ivan <hunvagyok at freemail.hu> wrote:
> Hi,
> Dejan Muhamedagic wrote:
> > This location is not very good. That's where the core files go.
> I know... pls ignore it for the moment.
> > This looks like an error from the pingd RA. There should've been
> > one from the pingd program. You can also try to run this by hand
> > and see what it says. Which shell do you have for the hacluster
> > user? /bin/false won't do.
> I can start it up with the command I found in the logs fine. It's the RA
> for sure as you suspected.
> I am still not sure whether the web is correct or not. I figured that if
> I move the "instance_attributes" from the "primitive" section to the
> "clone", it does start at least but stops.
> It's the file I used last time:
> <clone id="pingd">
>   <instance_attributes id="pingd-ia">
>     <attributes>
>       <nvpair id="pingd-ia-01" name="clone_node_max" value="1"/>
>       <nvpair id="pingd-ia-02" name="dampen" value="5s"/>
>       <nvpair id="pingd-ia-03" name="multiplier" value="100"/>

the second two belong with the primitive resource, not the parent.

other than that, please use the version of heartbeat that comes with
SLES10-SP1 (its definitely not 2.0.7)

>     </attributes>
>   </instance_attributes>
>   <primitive id="pingd-child" provider="heartbeat" class="ocf" type="pingd">
>     <operations>
>       <op id="pingd-child-op-01" name="monitor" interval="20s"
> timeout="40s" prereq="nothing"/>
>       <op id="pingd-child-op-02" name="start" prereq="nothing"/>
>     </operations>
>   </primitive>
> </clone>

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