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Old 07-14-2009, 06:06 PM   #1
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Red Hat Cluster Manager - fresh install? service primary node?

I've been mostly successful at installing the RHCM rpms, defining services, failover, bringing up services, and moving a service to another node. I have a three node test cluster and two questions:

1. I managed to mangle things such that I can no longer add/delete the 3 nodes to/from the cluster. I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling the RHCM rpms, but this does not cure the problem. How do I blast RHCM so that I can start fresh? If I can't figure it out soon, I guess my only recourse is to reinstall the OS.

2. I want to have 3 nodes and 6 services, and each service is to run on its primary node. I the event a service's node goes down, it is to run on one of the remaining nodes. I tried setting up 3 failover domains, with the nodes ordered ABC, BAC, CBA for services 1+2,3+4,5+6 respectively. But when I enable the services, they all run on the same node. How come? And how to I accomplish my goal?


Old 07-14-2009, 06:27 PM   #2
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This may seem obvious, but did you check out the official documentation?


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