multiple aliases for heartbeat?

Juri Haberland list-linux.lvs.users at spoiled.org
Thu Aug 16 11:11:18 BST 2001


Ricardo Kleemann <ricardo at emumail.com> wrote:
> I'm seeing something weird with heartbeat.
> 
> I have it configured so that it's supposed to bring up multiple aliases
> (cluster addresses). So I have this in haresources:
> 
> node1     192.168.0.254
> node1     aa.bb.cc.100
> node1     aa.bb.cc.101
> 
> However I noticed something strange in my ha-log:
> 
> Sending Gratuitous Arp for aa.bb.cc.100 on eth0:0 [eth0]
> Sending Gratuitous Arp for aa.bb.cc.101 on eth0:0 [eth0]
> 
> Is it trying to create 2 different aliases on the same interface (eth0:0)?
> 
> Shouldn't it be eth0:0 and eth0:1 ?

Yes, your haresources file is wrong. It should be:
node1 192.168.0.254 aa.bb.cc.100 aa.bb.cc.101

And as Julian already said: this is not the list for heartbeat problems.
Please considere using the heartbeat mailing list at linux-ha at muc.de. See
http://linux-ha.org/

Greetings,
Juri

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Juri Haberland  <juri at koschikode.com> 





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