[Linux-HA] Heartbeat 2.99 pegging CPU

Oliver Hookins oliver.hookins at anchor.com.au
Sun Jul 19 20:18:29 MDT 2009


I've got a reasonably new installation of Heartbeat 2.99 and Pacemaker 1.0.4
and noticed today that a heartbeat process was taking all of the CPU time on
one core. The other node in the cluster had failed and the following lines
were spewing into the ha-log continually:

heartbeat[3663]: 2009/07/20_11:56:54 WARN: Gmain_timeout_dispatch: Dispatch
function for retransmit request 
took too long to execute: 190 ms (> 10 ms) (GSource: 0x21ae6e50)
heartbeat[3663]: 2009/07/20_11:56:55 WARN: Gmain_timeout_dispatch: Dispatch
function for retransmit request 
took too long to execute: 200 ms (> 10 ms) (GSource: 0x21a52810)
heartbeat[3663]: 2009/07/20_11:56:55 WARN: Gmain_timeout_dispatch: Dispatch
function for retransmit request 
took too long to execute: 190 ms (> 10 ms) (GSource: 0x21a528d0)
heartbeat[3663]: 2009/07/20_11:56:55 WARN: Gmain_timeout_dispatch: Dispatch
function for retransmit request 
took too long to execute: 190 ms (> 10 ms) (GSource: 0x21a52990)

The log is now over 100MB. Any ideas what might be going on?

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Regards,
Oliver Hookins
Anchor Systems



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