eibeagbazi at gmail.com
Thu Dec 18 09:33:48 MST 2014
Thanks for your response.
I am using ctdb-2.5.1-1.el6.x86_64 and samba-3.6.23-12.el6.x86_64
This morning I started the machines and one node became healthy and trying
to work around the second node to become healthy, the two nodes are now
showing unhealthy again.
But what I don't understand is after a reboot of the two nodes, one of it
lost all its configuration files including smb.conf and /gluster/lock/ctdb
files yet the ctdb still starts well but still unhealthy.
Any deals on this?
On Wed, Dec 17, 2014 at 9:20 PM, Martin Schwenke <martin at meltin.net> wrote:
> Hi Zinny,
> On Wed, 17 Dec 2014 11:45:35 -0500, ezinne ibeagbazi
> <eibeagbazi at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I am new to this forum and I need help.
> > I installed glusterfs on CentOS 6.6 and created distributed and
> > nodes with nfs and cifs clients then I wanted to start ctdb for ip
> > and am getting the following error and ctdb not working properly as it
> > should, can someone please assist me with this?
> > 13 scripts were executed last startup cycle
> > 00.ctdb Status:OK Duration:0.011 Tue Dec 16 19:14:55 2014
> > 01.reclock Status:OK Duration:0.012 Tue Dec 16 19:14:55 2014
> > 10.interface Status:OK Duration:0.043 Tue Dec 16 19:14:55 2014
> > 11.natgw Status:OK Duration:0.006 Tue Dec 16 19:14:55 2014
> > 11.routing Status:OK Duration:0.006 Tue Dec 16 19:14:55 2014
> > 13.per_ip_routing Status:OK Duration:0.006 Tue Dec 16 19:14:55 2014
> > 20.multipathd Status:DISABLED
> > 31.clamd Status:DISABLED
> > 40.fs_use Status:DISABLED
> > 40.vsftpd Status:OK Duration:0.006 Tue Dec 16 19:14:55 2014
> > 41.httpd Status:OK Duration:0.006 Tue Dec 16 19:14:55 2014
> > 49.winbind Status:OK Duration:0.008 Tue Dec 16 19:14:55 2014
> > 50.samba Status:ERROR Duration:0.088 Tue Dec 16 19:14:55
> > OUTPUT:Starting SMB services: /bin/bash: line 1: 120466
> > Aborted (core dumped) smbd -D[FAILED]Failed to start
> That seems to be telling us that smbd is crashing at startup.
> * Can you please let us know what versions of Samba and CTDB you're
> * Are you able to find the core file that was dumped? If so, are you
> able to generate a stack backtrace using gdb? If abrtd is running
> then you might find something under /var/spool/abrt/.
> peace & happiness,
Ezinne M Ibeagbazi, Bsc, RHCE, RHCSA,VCA-Cloud, VCA-DCA, A+
Linux Systems Engineer
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