Pacemaker on Wily vs. Xenial

Tom H tomh0665 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 27 12:48:49 UTC 2016


On Wed, Apr 27, 2016 at 1:14 PM, Mark Haney <mark.haney at vifprogram.com> wrote:

Please bottom-post.


> Actually, I never tested it on 14.04. I was testing it on 15.10, which
> is where the service.d and uidgid.d directories are created.

I've just checked 15.10 and there's no "/etc/corosync/service.d/" in
its file list.

I've also grepped through the "debian" directories of the 15.10
corosync and pacemaker packages and there's no "corosync/service.d" in
either.

So it's unclear from where it comes.


> Those are definitely not created in the 16.04 install. The example
> files I'm not worried about, to be honest. I will see about testing
> manually creating those directories and seeing if pacemaker will
> start. (I honestly don't think it will, but I've slept since then.)

There's no reason why creating them manually won't work. If there's an
Ubuntu-supplied script that's creating them, it's either running
"mkdir ..." or "install ...". I was joking when I said "hopefully."
But you might want to check the mode and ownership of "service.d" on
the system that has it.


> It's just strange that those two directories would be missing since I
> can't find anything in the changelogs between 1.1.12 and 1.1.14 to
> explain why they would be.

You don't need "service.d". You can add a "service {}" block to "corosync.conf".



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