From: Steven Dake <sdake@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: sathya bettadapura <s_bettadapura@xxxxxxxxx>
Cc: "discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxx" <discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, February 27, 2012 4:28 PM
Subject: Re: [corosync] Newbie question about Corosync-1.4.2 and Openais-1.1.4
On 02/27/2012 05:02 PM, sathya bettadapura wrote:
> Hi All,
> Let me start off with an apology if this is not the right group to post
> a newbie question, as looking at the archives it appears to be meant for
> more serious discussion. But as I couldn't find any FAQ or a user group
> mailing list, I am posting it here.
> For starters, I was able to build corosync-1.4.2 and install it on two
> nodes and execute a few test programs and all that works fine.
> But I have problems running openasi. Recent version of Openais such as
> the branch "wilson" or 1.1.4 execute the binary "corosync" with
> COROSYNC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FILE set to
> "openaisserviceenableexperimental:corosync_parser". I'm trying to follow
> the instructions in README.amf and running into basic problems in
> starting openais services, problems which are probably related to some
missing configuration settings or probably misconfiguration.
> 1) Looking at the log file where corosync logs its mesages, it looks
> like corsync is up and ready to serve, but openais didn't even open
> "amf.conf" (I have verified that the config file does exist where it's
> expected to and in addition also in /etc/corosync/conf, the default
> location for amf.conf).
> 2) In the openais source tree, README.amf which describes how to test
> basic AMF functionlaity refers to a test program called "testamf1",
> which is missing in the Makefile under the "test" directory. If you run
> make from the top level, it makes a bunch of other test programs but not
> "testamf1" (I modified the Makefile to produce "testamf1" too before
> attempting to run openais). Does anyone know if the Makefile been
> modified deliberately to omit making "testamf1" (version 0.80.6
> to have has "testamf1") ?
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