Description of problem:
corosync should take in account file /etc/sysconfig/cman where we can put :
so that cluster.conf could be elsewhere than /etc/cluster/.
(note, Fabio wrote also about similar thing in /etc/sysconfig/cluster file
but I don't know if it must be in both files or whatever one of them, but
in my case, cman is working fine with only the /etc/sysconfig/cman file)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
remove the /etc/cluster/cluster.conf on all nodes on the cluster and put
the file /etc/sysconfig/cman with the "export line" as mentioned above.
Steps to Reproduce:
Can you diagnose if this is intended behavior or if this bugzilla is a RFE?
It works fine on my cluster.
Can you provide more information please? Full log files and copy of /etc/sysconfig/cman.
Perhaps also the output of 'sh -x /etc/init.d/cman start'
This is a RFE... ccs_sync has hardcoded knowledge of /etc/cluster/cluster.conf while it should be able to deal (ipotetically) with any config file.
Ryan has a detailed email on what it needs to look for.
ahhm, the full description doesn't mention ccs_sync at all, it says "corosync should take into account". I assume that is a typo then, sorry.
Yes it's RFE
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