[PVE-User] Broken cluster

Uwe Sauter uwe.sauter.de at gmail.com
Tue Mar 14 20:59:44 CET 2017


Check that there are no firewalls blocking communication. I had a problem like this a couple of weeks ago and all I 
needed was to properly configure the settings for pveproxy. (There are other firewall settings, too.)


Am 14.03.2017 um 20:15 schrieb Kevin Lemonnier:
>> Looks like they can't find each other. Make sure each server has
>> /etc/hosts entries for all the other servers.
>
> Some of them were missing that when I got the accesses yes, that's the
> first thing I checked and corrected. They can all talk to each other,
> as that's tested through the "Summary" tab of each host on the web inf
> that does work for for each node from each node.
>
> Might have been the original problem, but it has to be something else
> now. I was thinking they might not be able to merge their config files
> but I can't find anything about that in the logs ..
>
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