How to Sync Cluster Configuration and Verify Failover Setup in Nodes – Part 4

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52 Responses

  1. Nike Leung says:

    Following the step 3 and ran “ccs -h 172.16.1.250 –sync –activate” but showing the error with “unable to connect to 172.16.1.222, make sure the ricci server is started”.

    Then, I ran “service ricci status” for all three servers that showing “ricci (pid 1863) is running“….no idea what to do next. Please advice.

  2. shin says:

    HI Thank you for your sharing about cluster.

    I just got error that when I type

    # ccs -h 192.168.0.10 --sync --activate
    

    then make sure the ricci server is started

    please help I am just newbie

  3. Vaibhav says:

    Hello,

    I have completed configuration till part 3.

    Non cluster: 192.168.5.2

    2 nodes: 192.168.5.3, 192.168.5.7

    While firing this command.

    # ccs -h 192.168.5.2 --sync --activate
    

    It gives error: Unable to connect to 192.168.5.7, make sure the ricci server is started.

    However, ricci is running on all 3 servers.

    Please help me out asap.

  4. Rehab says:

    Using 3 virtual machines setup as mentioned and following the entire configuration, everything went smooth and my nodes also got successfully synced except when i tried

    # ccs -h 172.16.209.129 --checkconf
    

    and it returned

    Node: 172.16.209.128 does not match
    Node: 172.16.209.130 does not match
    

    SETUP DETAILS:

    Cluster Node :172.16.209.129
    Node 1: 172.16.209.128
    Node 2:172.16.209.128
    
  5. mugundan says:

    If remove the tag in cluster.conf file I can able to start cluster and the nodes are online but the shared drive is not showing in both of the nodes.

    If I add a tag to the cluster.conf file I am getting the error message as “Validation Failure, unable to modify configuration file (use -i to ignore this error)

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