On 11/23/05, John David <email@example.com> wrote:
As a follow-up to my previous post, I have determined that Fedora Core 2
refuses to start the drbd service on Node2.
Why is that, and what can I do to correct it? Specifically, "service
drbd start" returns an error about " rc.nodeinfo". This file is present,
and when I manually add the line "drbd all Y", I can then issue the
"onnode 2 service drbd start", (which then attempts to start the service
on *every* node!) But when it did start on Node2, it began to sync with
So, here are my final hurdles:
1) How can I make Fedora start drbd services automatically at boot?
2) How can I make a service, like httpd, start on a different node (say,
node 3)? Is that necessary, or will bash_ll handle this for me?
3) If node 3 dies, or gets abducted by aliens, will node 2 fire httpd
back up automatically, since the process fell off?