[DRBD-user] Weird HA-behavior with XEN/HA/DRBD/LVM

Florian Haas florian.haas at linbit.com
Thu Jul 2 10:28:48 CEST 2009

Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.


I am not seeing any DRBD issue whatsoever in your logs. You probably
want to post this to the linux-ha mailing list. Where you're sure to be
told that your Heartbeat 1-style configuration is obsolete and you
should be using Pacemaker instead. :)

And, when you post to linux-ha, be sure to explain what your
/etc/ha.d/resource.d/xendomainsHA2 script does.


On 2009-06-30 15:01, sussox wrote:
> I have a HA-setup with Xen heartbeat lvm and DRBD. According to this howto:
> http://www.asplund.nu/xencluster/xen-cluster-howto.html
> Im using 2 Poweredge R710. ha1 & ha2 with Ubuntu 8.04
> I can do a manual live migration of the domU's without any problems. Also if
> i shutdown heartbeat on ha1 with init.d/heartbeat the domU's are migrated to
> ha2 sucessfully.
> Also, if i pull the plug on ha1, after a while the domU's start on ha2 (as
> they should).
> However! When doing a "reboot" on ha1, domU's begin to migrate but then
> crashes on ha2. pasting ha-debug and xend.log below.
> Any ides why it keeps doing this? All i can think of is that some process is
> being killed to fast (when the domU's are beeing migrated, but i don't know
> what to look for.) Also, i ran a test couple of weeks ago with the same
> setup but on one R710 and a older shuttle and then there was no problem.
> Tried to redo the howto twice but with the same problem
> Cheers! /Sussox

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