[Samba] CTDB and nfs-ganesha
Max.DiOrio at ieeeglobalspec.com
Sat Oct 5 10:58:12 UTC 2019
I’ll have to check out the script issue on Monday.
You said the lock needs to be the same on all nodes. I can do that but this is now in production and restarting the ctdb service forces a failover of the ip, which actually causes a failure of a few of our Kubernetes sql database pods - they freak out and don’t recovery if storage is ripped out from under them.
Is there a way to do this without an ip takeover on each node when ctdb is restarted?
Thanks. This is slowly starting to make sense.
From: Martin Schwenke <martin at meltin.net>
Sent: Saturday, October 5, 2019 6:12 AM
To: Max DiOrio
Cc: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: [Samba] CTDB and nfs-ganesha
NOTE: This email originated from outside of the organization.
On Fri, 4 Oct 2019 14:01:22 +0000, Max DiOrio
<Max.DiOrio at ieeeglobalspec.com> wrote:
> Looks like this is the actual error:
> 2019/10/04 09:51:29.174870 ctdbd: Recovery has started
> 2019/10/04 09:51:29.174982 ctdbd: ../ctdb/server/ctdb_server.c:188 ctdb request 2147483554 of type 8 length 48 from node 1 to 0
> 2019/10/04 09:51:29.175021 ctdbd: Recovery lock configuration inconsistent: recmaster has NULL, this node has /run/gluster/shared_storage/.CTDB-lockfile, shutting down
> 2019/10/04 09:51:29.175045 ctdbd: Shutdown sequence commencing.
> 2019/10/04 09:51:29.175056 ctdbd: Set runstate to SHUTDOWN (6)
Yep. CTDB refuses to work if the recovery lock is configured to be
different on different nodes, since that is an important
misconfiguration. If you make it the same on all nodes then it will get
> I'm attaching the full log from this startup.
> The other thing that baffles me is that I have most of the legacy scripts disabled, yet the startup shows that's running them all. Also have no idea why it's listing the legacy scripts twice here, and the list is different.
> [[LAColo-Prod] root at hq-6pgluster01 ~]# ctdb event script list legacy
> * 00.ctdb
> * 10.interface
> * 01.reclock
> * 06.nfs
> * 60.nfs
This is strange. I can explain the above, but I can't explain why all
of the scripts without stars are running.
The first list is the scripts installed with CTDB
in /usr/share/ctdb/events/legacy/. These are enabled via a symlink
to /etc/ctdb/events/legacy/, so you should see 2 symlinks.
The second list is "custom" scripts installed directly
into /etc/ctdb/events/legacy/, or perhaps linked to some other place.
I don't know how either of these things could have happened. What does:
ls -l /etc/ctdb/events/legacy/
peace & happiness,
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