Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 493808
cman and ipv6 don't always like each other
Last modified: 2010-06-28 07:40:32 EDT
09:59 < fabbione> chrissie: i didn't have a lot of time to investigate, but this is the setup:
09:59 < fabbione> 2 nodes
10:00 < fabbione> node1: 3ffe::1/64
10:00 < fabbione> node4: 3ffe::4/64
10:00 < fabbione> no DNS entries
10:00 < fabbione> /etc/hosts has:
10:00 < fabbione> 3ffe::1 node1 node1.int.fabbione.net
10:00 < fabbione> similar for 4
10:00 < fabbione> on both nodes of course
10:00 < fabbione> the real hostname is fedora-rh-nodeX
10:01 < fabbione> change cluster.conf to use node1 and node4 that only resolves in v6 via /etc/hosts
10:01 < fabbione> force cman to use multicast v6
10:01 < fabbione> that's the kaboom
10:01 < fabbione> cman crashes somewhere
10:01 < chrissie> can you file a BZ
10:02 < chrissie> I'll look at it next week.
10:02 < fabbione> this was STABLE3 btw...
10:02 < fabbione> yeah that's fine
10:02 < chrissie> thanks.
10:02 * chrissie is knee deep in RHEL4 at the moment
10:02 < fabbione> if i setup everything with matching hostnames and v4+v6 then it works fine
10:02 < fabbione> + dns
cman didn't look at IPv6 addresses bound to interfaces when looking for names that match cluster.conf entries.
db80c18..abc0928 STABLE3 -> STABLE3
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