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Custered DNS

Hey,

I set up a cluster with two nodes for DNS. I configured the cluster, DNS on each server, and a shared volume. DNS works fine if I just start the DNS server with "/etc/init.d/novell-named" - but when I try to start it cluster-enabled with "/opt/novell/named/bin/novell-named -u named -d 99 -V IPMANDNS -f" I get the following error:

sh: /usr/bin/wc: Permission denied
sh: /usr/bin/wc: Permission denied
critical: Unable to read locator reference from NCP server
critical: Failed to load RRs of rootserver zone with error -10
error: none:0: open: /media/nss/IPMANDNS/etc/opt/novell/named/named.conf: file not found
critical: loading configuration: file not found
critical: exiting (due to fatal error)


What am I doing wrong?

Thanks, Mike
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On 06.07.2011 16:06, tgm its wrote:
>
> Hey,
>
> I set up a cluster with two nodes for DNS. I configured the cluster,
> DNS on each server, and a shared volume. DNS works fine if I just start
> the DNS server with "/etc/init.d/novell-named" - but when I try to start
> it cluster-enabled with "/opt/novell/named/bin/novell-named -u named -d
> 99 -V IPMANDNS -f" I get the following error:
>
>
> Code:
> --------------------
> sh: /usr/bin/wc: Permission denied
> sh: /usr/bin/wc: Permission denied
> critical: Unable to read locator reference from NCP server
> critical: Failed to load RRs of rootserver zone with error -10
> error: none:0: open: /media/nss/IPMANDNS/etc/opt/novell/named/named.conf: file not found
> critical: loading configuration: file not found
> critical: exiting (due to fatal error)
> --------------------
>
>
> What am I doing wrong?


Difficult to say, but here are a few basics:

1. If your physical servers NCP server objects reside in different
containers, make sure that they share the same DNS configuration
objects. If you installed them just accepting the default configuration,
you have the whole DNS objects twice (in each server container), which
they shouldn't be.

2. Make sure you configured only *one* DNS Server, pointing to the
virtual cluster NCP Server, *NOT* to the physical nodes. The fact that
you can start named without options and it works seems to tell me you
configured the DNS server against the physical server(s), not the
virtual one.

CU,
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Massimo Rosen
Novell Knowledge Partner
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CU,
--
Massimo Rosen
Micro Focus Knowledge Partner
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