Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 14617
ssh won't terminate when pulse runs as daemon
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:37:56 EDT
When ssh is my "rsh_command" , it isn't terminating after executing
"uptime" on the remote host. So the real server will not be removed from
the cluster when the service (ex. apache) on it is down.
When running "pulse -n" all goes normal.
It occurs in piranha-0.4.14-1.i386.rpm
We believe this problem was already addressed in fixed in the current release of
piranha (0.4.16). These RPMs are posted on http://people.redhat.com/kbarrett/HA/
The problem that was corrected was to deal with open pipes on the fork() call.
By default, they also require the ipvsadm RPMs, and a kernel upgrade, in order
to install. They "should" install on your existing system (without the ipvsadm
upgrade) if you force it (i.e. specify "-f" on your RPM install), but if you
experience any problems you'll have to upgrade before we can be of help.
Can you try the updated software and tell us what happens?
No reply from user, but others that had experienced this same problem report
that it is now resolved by the updated RPMs.