Depending on whether Heartbeat is running in R1-compatible or in CRM mode, additional configuration files are required. These are covered in the section called “Using DRBD in Heartbeat R1-style clusters” and the section called “Using DRBD in Heartbeat CRM-enabled clusters”.
autojoin none mcast bond0 220.127.116.11 694 1 0 bcast eth2 warntime 5 deadtime 15 initdead 60 keepalive 2 node alice node bob
none disables cluster node auto-discovery and requires that cluster nodes be listed explicitly, using the
node options. This speeds up cluster start-up in clusters with a fixed number of nodes (which is always the case in R1-style Heartbeat clusters).
This example assumes that
bond0 is the cluster's interface to the shared network, and that
eth2 is the interface dedicated for DRBD replication between both nodes. Thus,
bond0 can be used for Multicast heartbeat, whereas on
eth2 broadcast is acceptable as
eth2 is not a shared network.
The next options configure node failure detection. They set the time after which Heartbeat issues a warning that a no longer available peer node may be dead (
warntime), the time after which Heartbeat considers a node confirmed dead (
deadtime), and the maximum time it waits for other nodes to check in at cluster startup (
keepalive sets the interval at which Heartbeat keep-alive packets are sent. All these options are given in seconds.
node option identifies cluster members. The option values listed here must match the exact host names of cluster nodes as given by uname -n.
num is a simple key index, starting with 1. Usually, you will only have one key in your
algorithm is the signature algorithm being used. You may use either
sha1; the use of
crc (a simple cyclic redundancy check, not secure) is not recommended.
secret is the actual authentication key.
You may create an
authkeys file, using a generated secret, with the following shell hack:
( echo -ne "auth 1\n1 sha1 "; \ dd if=/dev/urandom bs=512 count=1 | openssl md5 ) \ > /etc/ha.d/authkeys chmod 0600 /etc/ha.d/authkeys
In order to propagate the contents of the
authkeys configuration files, you may use the ha_propagate command, which you would invoke using either
This utility will copy the configuration files over to any
node listed in
/etc/ha.d/ha.cf using scp. It will afterwards also connect to the nodes using ssh and issue
chkconfig heartbeat on in order to enable Heartbeat services on