[Linux-HA] Core Heartbeat process exited with SIGXCPU
Peter.Luciak at iblsoft.com
Tue Jan 26 06:36:55 MST 2010
Dejan Muhamedagic wrote / napísal(a):
> On Fri, Jan 22, 2010 at 08:39:35AM +0100, Peter Luciak wrote:
>> I'm running into weird problems on a Heartbeat v1 cluster: Heartbeat
>> restarts itself with the message:
>> heartbeat: 2010/01/22_06:30:35 WARN: Exiting HBREAD process 3272
>> killed by signal 24 [SIGXCPU - CPU limit exceeded].
>> heartbeat: 2010/01/22_06:30:35 ERROR: Exiting HBREAD process 3272
>> dumped core
>> heartbeat: 2010/01/22_06:30:35 ERROR: Core heartbeat process died!
> The read process CPU usage is limited to 10 percent. According to
> ha.cf below, heartbeats are every 5 seconds which is quite low.
Quite low? So you suggest to increase the interval? I wonder what is the
recommended interval for heartbeats?
>> setserial /dev/ttyS0
>> /dev/ttyS0, UART: 16550A, Port: 0x03f8, IRQ: 4
>> I turned off the serial line in ha.cf (interestingly I stopped seeing
>> serial in /proc/interrupts afterwards) to see if that will help.
> So, did it?
Yup, after stopping the serial comms, heartbeat didn't crash at all in
the past 4 days. So it was definitely something with the serial line...
Peter LUCIAK (Peter.Luciak at iblsoft.com)
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