Geoff.Campbell at internetworking
Aug 21, 2002, 7:32 AM
Post #2 of 4
The -d switch will turn on debugging output for Wackamole.
I can tell you what your problem is likely to be, however - you should =
have a "real" IP address on your interface, and then the Wackamole =
virtual IP address will get added to the interface in addition to the =
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:wackamole-users-admin [at] lists]On Behalf Of Jay West
> Sent: 21 August 2002 15:08
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> Subject: [Wackamole-users] wackamole problems
> Trying to do a new wackamole setup with two servers.
> Spread is installed on four machines. The spread monitor shows all 4
> machines are alive and talking to eachother. Each machine has two =
> interfaces. The first interface is for admin purposes & backups
> (192.168.75.x/24). The second interface is what I want the virtual =
> come up on (192.168.75.x/24). When the machine boots, there is no=20
> IP address
> on the second interface - I assumed wackamole would put one on it.
> When I start wackamole, it displays a banner, then exits with no error
> message. So my question is, what is the troubleshooting methods for
> wackamole when it doesn't stay running? I can't seem to find=20
> anything in the
> docs to debug it.
> I suspected that the problem may be the virtual IP's are on the=20
> same subnet
> (ie. if on one machine you have IP 192.168.75.22, the second=20
> interface can't
> be 192.168.75.100). So... I tried changing the virtual IP's to a =
> subnet (192.168.76.x/24). Wackamole still just displays the banner =
> Rather than just tell me what the problem is likely to be=20
> (although I'd love
> to hear thoughts on this), I'd like to know what debugging methods are
> useful for wackamole. Is there some command line parameter for turning =
> debugging or what?
> Thanks in advance!
> Jay West
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