Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 972910
Adding a host to a cluster yields an exception logged in engine.log
Last modified: 2015-07-13 00:39:17 EDT
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*Note this may be related to 919422
Description of problem:
When adding the host and waiting for the host to come to the up state, an exception is received in the engine.log.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
70% it occurs on the second host being added to a node
Steps to Reproduce:
1. create a 3.2 cluster in rhsc
2. add one node to the cluster
3. add a second node to the cluster
no exception is raised.
Node does become up.
Node becomes up but with any exceptions raised.
Created attachment 759341 [details]
exception exerpt from engine log
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Created attachment 759343 [details]
super vdsm log
This is a warning message in the logs. The engine code first checks if there's a vdsm-id for host being added using an ssh session.
If not present, the vdsm returns exception which is logged as warning, and engine proceeds with installing the host and creating a new id.
The id check is done to make sure the host being added is not already present.