[PVE-User] Cluster issue!

Gilberto Nunes gilberto.nunes32 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 1 16:00:38 CET 2018


>> What exactly was the commandline you entered wehen you used "pvecm
create"?

pvecm create CLUSTER001

>> How does your /etc/hosts look like?
In PVE01

127.0.0.1           localhost
10.10.10.100     pve01.domain.com pve01 pvelocalhost
10.10.10.110     pve02.domain.com pve02

In PVE02

127.0.0.1           localhost
10.10.10.100     pve01.domain.com pve01
10.10.10.110     pve02.domain.com pve02  pvelocalhost

Bond in the two servers

Tha's it!






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2018-02-01 12:47 GMT-02:00 Dennis Busch <dennis.busch at stacktrace.de>:

>
> My question is: Why do I need change it manualy??
>> I expected that pvecm do it automaticaly...
>>
>
> Normally it does. What exactly was the commandline you entered wehen you
> used "pvecm create"? How does your /etc/hosts look like? If you don't give
> the bindnetaddress to pvecm by command line parameter, it uses /etc/hosts
> to determine the correct network.
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