[PVE-User] Broken cluster

Uwe Sauter uwe.sauter.de at gmail.com
Tue Mar 14 21:03:08 CET 2017


Sorry, this was sent too quickly. Didn't read about the missing corosync.conf.

How many cluster nodes exist? How many VMs? it might be easier to reinstall the whole cluster, especially if you don't 
use Ceph (because then backups of the VM images are harder to backup).


Am 14.03.2017 um 20:59 schrieb Uwe Sauter:
> 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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