On 2/25/06, Robert Wachinger <nospam@robert-wachinger.de> wrote:
Hi,

On Sat, Feb 25, 2006 at 01:05:32PM +0100, Ewald Geschwinde wrote:
> I have installed a development version on debian
>
> I do apt-get install openssi
> All works as expected.

You did follow the description in the installation manual
<http://www.openssi.org/cgi-bin/view?page=docs2/1.9/debian/INSTALL.html>?
Esp.assigning a clustenode number for your initnode and choosing
an interface as cluster-interconnect?

yes I have one with 192.168.0.20 for LAN
and the ip from the docs 172....

I have  done nothing  other than in the docs - it was running nuder vmware but there I had problems with packet loss  but this was a system problem

What is the content of your /etc/clustertab

I have the problems in the first node
1       172.16.0.200    00:02:44:A6:03:D4       P       1       /dev/hda1
 

Was the openSSI-initrd generated correctly?

where do I find this file ?
 
> But on reboot the system hangs with the following message:
>
> WARNING: Could not find a NIC with a static node configuration.
> Dynamically allocating an IP address and node number.
> WARNING: Could not find the NIC used to add this node to the cluster.
> Unable to continue. Halting.
>
>
> The I rebooted with my standard sarge 2.6 kernel
>
> And the file /etc/network/interfaces WAS EMPTY.

You really do not need more than:

auto lo
iface lo inet loopback

in this file, because the Cluster-interconnect will be established
during boot. /etc/network/interfaces is only needed for additional
network interfaces.

the network adresses are ok in the /cluster/node1/etc/network/interfaces

I think this was the dir

> I have edited the file before the reboot and it looked good and I had
> internet access from the LAN nic and I could ping the cluster NIC.

BTW: /etc/network is a "local link"

I have to think in cluster env - my first cluster ;)
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Ewald Geschwinde