Description of problem:
Possibly ricci doesn't expose them (in which case we can clone the bug for it too), but we should be able to give some feedback to users about the nature of faults.
For example, I had no search line in /etc/resolv.conf which meant cman couldn't start.
"service cman start" shows:
Checking Network Manager... [ OK ]
Global setup... [ OK ]
Loading kernel modules... [ OK ]
Mounting configfs... [ OK ]
Starting cman... Can't determine address family of nodename
Unable to get the configuration
Can't determine address family of nodename
cman_tool: corosync daemon didn't start
Which isn't perfect but quickly led me to think about name resolution and resolv.conf
Luci just displayed "Node is not a member of the cluster" in red with no explanation.
Similarly "Join Cluster" displayed no kind of error and the node simply retained the "not a member" status.
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fix verified in luci-0.23.0-13.el6
I've checked this many times.
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described in this bug report. This report is therefore being
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