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[Xen-devel] Re: Debian, Xen and Heartbeat

On Tue, Nov 01, 2005 at 07:53:01AM +0100, Joerg Paysen wrote:
> hello,
> sorry for my posting in this list, but nobody could give me an answer
> in xen-users. i also searched xen-devel and xen-users archives.
> i use two hosts with debian sarge on which i compiled and installed
> xen-2.0.7 from scratch. on top i installed heartbeat 1.2.3 and connected
> the two hosts over a secondary network interface. after some time (~40
> seconds) heartbeat thinks that one or even both nodes are dead.
> from ha-log:
> heartbeat[2411]: 2005/10/20_14:37:24 WARN: node lilo: is dead
> heartbeat[2411]: 2005/10/20_14:37:24 WARN: node labor-7: is dead
> heartbeat[2411]: 2005/10/20_14:37:24 ERROR: No local heartbeat. Forcing
> restart.
> i also tried xen-unstable and different version of heartbeat with
> different connections for heartbeat (ttyUSBx, ttySx, eth0, eth1). under
> no circumstances xen and heartbeat work together.
> do you have any idea what is going wrong?

It might be worth cross posting to linux-ha ML at the same time as the
xen-users list.  I've spoken with Alan about Xen and Linux-Ha over the past
few months, and there are people doing it now, so it is clearly possible.



Sean Dague                                       Mid-Hudson Valley
sean at dague dot net                            Linux Users Group
http://dague.net                                 http://mhvlug.org

There is no silver bullet.  Plus, werewolves make better neighbors
than zombies, and they tend to keep the vampire population down.

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