Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 470285
Only Broker publishes System information
Last modified: 2015-11-15 19:05:55 EST
(for pre 1.1 grid and cumin)
Each Slot in a pool advertises a "System" name with which it is associated. The System itself is advertised by another entity, at the moment that's the broker. If there is only one broker in a pool there is only one system and the System - Slot connection is broken because many Slots reference non-existent Systems.
This should be fixed by having a system agent on each machine in a pool, or so it would seem. This likely also ties into how RT will show up in the Console.
Right now all slots appear to be associated with the only System in the pool, the one published by the only broker in the pool.
With sesame and the SysImage data, this has been fixed. Big thanks to Ernie for helping me on this, too.
In order to test this, do the following on a machine without a broker:
* Install sesame
* Configure it (/etc/sesame/sesame.conf) by setting the host attr to the hostname of a broker on a non-local host
* service start sesame
You should then be able to see info about the machine where you installed sesame, and since it has no broker on it, we know that the info is not coming from the old System object.
This is definitely working. Tested on clearly initialized
cumin-0.1.2997-1.el5, while connected only to north-15 as
a broker, and seeing my local machine which adertises itself
to north-15 via sesame.
An advisory has been issued which should help the problem
described in this bug report. This report is therefore being
closed with a resolution of ERRATA. For more information
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