cer.inet at linuxmail
Jun 12, 2012, 1:17 PM
Design question. Service running everywhere
I've some questions for you.
I'm deploying a new cluster with a service inside that doesn't matter.
The important of the service is that is running in everywhere by it's
own internal functionality.
So start/stop the resource in a given node is the same that doing it
in the rest. All nodes will suffer that start/stop effect.
This is causing me some issues with Pacemaker.
As far as I know, pacemaker monitor the resource in each node (in this
case /etc/init.d/service status, because it's an LSB resource).
But /etc/init.d/service status will return the same as long as the
service is the same in all nodes.
I don't know if working with clones will give some advantages. I need
pacemaker to manage IPVs and other stuff.
Shall I not use pacemaker with this service? Or, do I need some
special configuration or design options?
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