[sheepdog-users] Cluster crash

Hitoshi Mitake mitake.hitoshi at gmail.com
Thu Dec 12 04:35:44 CET 2013

Hi Valerio,

At Fri, 6 Dec 2013 16:04:32 +0100,
Valerio Pachera wrote:
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> 2013/12/6 Valerio Pachera <sirio81 at gmail.com>
> > I added the node named "sheepdog001" to my prouction cluster
> >
> ....
> >
> The cluster has crashed.
> >
> I noticed I made a mistake: I run
>   sheep -n  /var/sheep,/mnt/sheep/dsk01,/mnt/sheep/dsk02,/mnt/sheep/dsk03
> instead of
>   sheep -n  /var/sheep,/mnt/sheep/dsk01,/mnt/sheep/dsk02,/mnt/sheep/dsk03 \
>   -i host=,port=3333
> The other nodes are using a dedicated nic for sync.
> This node has stared with a single nic.
> In theory it should't have problems running with a single nic but somehting
> went wrong this time.
> After the crash I killed all qemu, sheep, corosync processes on all nodes.
> I restarted corosync and sheep on the initial 3 nodes and then also on the
> new node (this time with both nics).
> Everything is wokring fine.
> It shouldn't matter but my sync nics are on a separated vlan.
> So it's like they are on a switch by their own.

Sorry, I can't solve this problem soon. Because we are not heavy users
of the IO nic feature.

Could you create a bug entry on our launchpad bug tracker?

If you can add an issue with the detailed information to the tracker,
we would be able to reproduce your problem on our internal


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