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Thu Jan 22 06:03:59 MST 2009
On Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 20:47, Michael Mohr <mohr at zmanda.com> wrote:
> Thanks for your reply.
> I'm trying to configure LinuxHA to run a group of resources G_multi on
> BOTH members of a 2-node cluster, but apparently I cannot use clones
> because G_multi contains only LSB ResourceAgents:
> Requirements for ResourceAgents
> * Only OCF ResourceAgents are supported for cloning. This
> is due to the extra variables that need to be sent to
> the agent.
This has been relaxed somewhat in recent versions.
You can clone LSB scripts but you must specify the
globally-unique=false meta option.
> Thanks for the link to the updated packages, but I think I will stick
> with the distribution's shipped version. I spent 3 hours yesterday
> trying to configure the updated version to the same level that I have
> 2.1.3 configured and failed.
Which version did you try?
The only major syntax change was with Pacemaker 1.0 and even then it
can run the Pacemaker-0.6/Heartbeat-2 syntax without modification.
> The newest version is overly complex. While it may have bugfixes and
> nifty new features it is useless to me if I cannot configure it easily
> (i.e. without writing gobs of XML by hand).
Try Pacemaker 1.0, it comes with a nice shell that lets you forget
that there is any XML involved
> Are there any other options for multiple nodes to have multiple
> concurrent LSB resources managed by LinuxHA? I can always run the
> services in unmanaged mode. Since they do replication internally they
> would have to be running on both nodes anyway.
> On Fri, 2009-01-16 at 08:30 +0100, Michael Schwartzkopff wrote:
>> Michael Mohr schrieb:
>> > Hi,
>> > I have two machines that I'd like to set up as redundant units. Some
>> > services that they will provide, such as apache, do not require
>> > replication while others (mysql) do. I would like to have a select few
>> > resources run on both machines all the time they are up, while
>> > everything else stays down on the inactive node.
>> > I've gotten collocations set up tied to a floater IP for the services
>> > that do not require replication, and that works well. However, the
>> > services that do require replication are causing me some pain. They
>> > must run on both nodes but currently they only run on one.
>> > I'm told that I can use clones to resolve this issue, and that clones
>> > can't be done in the GUI with my version (2.1.3). I realize that it is
>> > an older release, but it is the version that ships with CentOS 5.2 and
>> > I'd prefer not to use unsupported software.
>> > Can anyone point me in the right direction? Perhaps an example
>> > somewhere of a clone?
>> > Thanks,
>> > Michael Mohr
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