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Old 22nd February 2013, 20:15
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Default Ricci/Luci cluster with two nodes not starting services

Hi all,

I have this two node cluster with a serviced (based on a script) on a SAN partition that it is mounted by one node and a database lying on another partition that it is mounted on the other node. The service depends on the db running. Thus I want the service to be a child process to the db process. But because they reside in different nodes when I use HA to add the service as a child resource the db resource fails to start as it cannot find the script resource (which is of course not mounted on this node).

Is this normal?
I was hoping that for the cluster it would not make a difference where the script is mounted.

Thanks,
idipous
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