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About Package behavior when network trouble occured

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Jun Sasaki
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About Package behavior when network trouble occured

Hello,

I want to know the Package behavior when network trouble occured.

- Enviroment
DL380G5 x1
RHEL ES4 Update5
SGLX 11.16

Single Node Cluster

- Package
・monitoring subnet

- Quetion
・Case 1
The LAN I/F (Package Monitor) has Relocatable IPs.

When the LAN I/F down, Does Package stop?

・Case 2
The LAN I/F (Package Monitor) does not have Relocatable IPs.

When the LAN I/F down, Does Package stop?


Best Regards,
Jun Sasaki
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: About Package behavior when network trouble occured

Shalom,

Single node cluster.

1) Yes, it stops, where can it go. It has a floating ip address, no network and therefore can't run.

2) Depends how its written. Generally, yes, it will go down, because there is nothing to monitor any more.

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Re: About Package behavior when network trouble occured

If there is a subnet configured into the package configuration file, this means you are monitoring the subnet fo rthat package. If the subnet goes down, irrespective of whether it uses a floating ip or not, the package will halt.
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