han.sebastien at gmail
Jul 3, 2012, 12:47 PM
Post #5 of 5
Ok thanks! I will have a look :D
We keep in touch ;)
On Tue, Jul 3, 2012 at 4:09 PM, Christian Parpart <trapni [at] gmail> wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 3, 2012 at 1:35 PM, Sébastien Han <han.sebastien [at] gmail>wrote:
>> Managing a resource via LSB only checks the PID. If the PID exists the
>> service is running but it's not enough because it doesn't mean that the
>> service is truly functionnal. However OCF agents offer more features like
>> fine monitoring (scripting).
>> I'm not sure to understand your question about Rabbit-MQ but if the
>> question was: "How do you monitor the connection of each service to
>> Rabbit-MQ?", here is the answer:
>> The RA monitors the connection state (ESTABLISHED) between the service
>> (nova-scheduler, nova-cert, nova-consoleauth) and rabbit-MQ according to
>> the PID of the process.
>> By the way, did you start with the floating IP OCF agent?
> and yes, I did start already, and have an intial work of it, but since I
> did not
> yet actually put it into Pacemaker somewhere, I did not share it yet.
> But you may feel free in checking: http://trapni.de/~trapni/FloatingIP
> In case you do improvements to this script, please share :-)