A lot more info on how you installed the cluster would help, but here
are some ideas and quesitons:
A. during the "2 Installing OpenSSI software", when running the
./install script, it is important that you answered NO to the question
about the enabling root failover (since you don't have shared disks).
B. after running the ./install, it is important that you rebooted the
ssi kernel. As it turns out, openssi-config-node will actually run on
base RH9 and could have mislead you. We will correct this so that you
will be forced to reboot
Before adding additional nodes. To determine if you are running pure
RH9 or SSI, a uname -a can be run. If the name has "ssi" in it, you are
C. when running openssi-config-node, make sure to answer NO to the
question about root failover.
From the little info that is sent, it appears that it crashed somewhere
around try to "mount" the root filesystem, which should just be a CFS
mount to the filesystem on node 1. In the console output as node 2 was
booting, did it say "Found node 1 as the root node." If not, it must
have thought it had access to a shared root and was trying to mount
Thanks for your patience. Clearly we need better error checking.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ssic-linux-users-admin@...
> [mailto:ssic-linux-users-admin@...] On=20
> Behalf Of Verdun, Jean-marie
> Sent: Monday, January 26, 2004 3:19 PM
> To: ssic-linux-users@...; Watson, Brian J.
> Subject: [SSI-users] TR: Openssi: Adding a node: failed
> We do have an issue to setup a 2 nodes cluster based on DL=20
> 360 G3. In fact we do not have shared root through SCSI or FC=20
> available between the 2 nodes. Is there any way to avoid the=20
> shared root and having a client/server approach ? If yes, I=20
> do beleave that an HOWTO can be usefull. If this is a stupid=20
> question excuse me for it ...
> Have a good day,
> ps: Here is the mail I receive from my test engineer
> > =20
> > Hi,
> > I installed Openssi 1.0 on a dl360G3 with a Redhat 9.0 distribution.
> > I had to install RH 8 first and then RH9, this because of a=20
> cdrom speed error which prevented me to boot from RH 9 cd.
> > Then I install OpenSSI and added a node.
> > The first node start the boot process then I have a panic :
> > ...>=20
> > Ipcname_read completed
> > Instrucyion(i) breakpoint #0 at 0x0124c70 (adjusted)
> > 0xc0124c70 panic int3
> > Entering kdb (current=3D0xf709a000, pid 131151) on process 0=20
> due to breakpoint @ 0xc0124c70
> > Kdb>
> > Any idea?
> > Thanks for your help
> > Didier
> The SF.Net email is sponsored by EclipseCon 2004
> Premiere Conference on Open Tools Development and Integration
> See the breadth of Eclipse activity. February 3-5 in Anaheim, CA.
> Ssic-linux-users mailing list