From: Paul Robbins <probbins@is...> - 2006-04-13 08:31:12
**hangs head in shame** I can't believe I missed that one.. doh!
You're right of course. When I add the 1812/1813 udp service to
cvip.conf it works. Thank you so much. :)
Any chance you could email me or re-up the super-drbd file? No problem
if you can't it's just that I have been trying unsuccessfully for a
couple of weeks to get drbd root failover working on fc3 and the preview
1.9.2 release you posted. When it boots I get an error that seems to
indicate that /lib/drbd.o is incorrect or not in the initrd file or
similar (I did do a kernel recompile, modprobe drbd and "mkinitrd -f
--cfs --drbd" etc etc which passes without errors but it still errors at
boot) and when the system does boot i.e. if I use a rescue disk and set
fstab back to read: =20
LABEL=3D/ / ext3 defaults,node=3D1 1 1
/dev/drbd0 / ext3 chard,defaults,node=3D1:2 1 1
(I also tried /dev/drbd/0 but am not sure which is supposed to work as
there is conflicting info in the archives). Anyways, when it does boot
and I type lsmod I see the drbd module in the list. Is there a way of
manually uncompressing the initrd file and pushing the drbd.ko or drbd.o
file into it?=20
Thanks for the freeradius tip.
From: Roger Tsang [mailto:roger.tsang@...]=20
Sent: 13 April 2006 04:13
To: Paul Robbins
Subject: [NEW SENDER?] - Re: [SSI-devel] openssi and freeradius -
Message is from an unknown sender
freeradius needs to bind to CVIP for UDP. Though just as an example
I've no problems binding OpenVPN UDP listener to CVIP in OpenSSI-1.9
and OpenVPN gets along fine with OpenSSI's HA-LVS and DR
super-drbd-ssi-1.9.3rc1.tar.bz2 must have got lost after April 1st.=20
The latest DRBD-SSI code is based on drbd-0.7.17 and is at
ssic-linux's openssi/drbd directory CVS tag DRBD-SSI-1-2-060411 (for
OpenSSI-1.2) or OPENSSI-FC (for OpenSSI-1.9).
On 4/12/06, Paul Robbins <probbins@...> wrote:
> I was wondering if anyone had any success in using freeradius on
> openssi? I can start freeradius, but it doesn't seem to want to bind
> itself to the cvip address. Or if I leave it to bind to wildcard
> address(*) then it will not answer on any of the cvip's but will
> on node1's IP.
> Note: I am trying the experimental 1.9.2 release.
> PS. To Roger; Are you aware the drbd file you hinted at
> c1.tar.bz2) is missing form the folder?
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