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Re: SG 11.18. cmclconfd[]: Permission denied for root

 
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Gary L. Paveza, Jr.
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Re: SG 11.18. cmclconfd[]: Permission denied for root

/etc/hosts on both nodes must contain all IP addresses from both nodes. Actually it only must contain any IP addresses that may be used for cluster communication, but it's easier to just add them all.
Robert Salter
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Re: SG 11.18. cmclconfd[]: Permission denied for root

Don't know if you tried this or not but, uncomment the 'hacl-probe' and 'hacl-cfg' entries in /etc/inetd.conf, run 'inetd -c'.
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Pavlo Zhuk
Advisor

Re: SG 11.18. cmclconfd[]: Permission denied for root

The problem was - a binary config file stored in /etc/cmcluster/

I have copied full directory from /etc/cmcluster from another server, where ServiceGuard was running. And binary cofig was there.

It is strange, that ServiceGuard creates binary configs in /etc, and also - there are no any note about this configs in documentation.