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Please Post your iPrint/NDPS Cluster Scripts

I'm trying to get iPrint/NDPS to run on the second node of a 2 node
cluster. Everything works fine, but the auto-failover sometimes gets

caught(when I do a hard shutdown on server2).

Sometimes, I get a message that says, "Starting Bindery Service
Lookup".
I've read all the Novell Documentation I can find and I've set all the

flags that I believe I need to, but I still have some issues. I just
want
to compare my settings with someone else's.

For reference: I got errors when I ran my cluster script using the
Novell
documentation so I built my cluster script so it points at an NCF file

that I built. The NCF starts the broker and manager and seems to be a
lot
better. I added a ? before the NDPSM command to wait for the broker
to
load.

-Ryan



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Re: Please Post your iPrint/NDPS Cluster Scripts

mine w/ IP replaced with xx and domain modified to protect the
innocent 😉
load script:

nss /poolactivate=NDPS
mount NDPS VOLID=93
CLUSTER CVSBIND ADD SCRCLUSTER-NDPS-SERVER xx.xx.xx.xx
NUDP ADD SCRCLUSTER-NDPS-SERVER xx.xx.xx.xx
add secondary ipaddress xx.xx.xx.xx
load broker .scripps-broker.cluster.scripps /allowdup
delay 10
load ndpsm .scripps-manager.cluster.scripps /dbvolume=nocheck
/dnsname=myserver.mydomain.edu /ipaddress=xx.xx.xx.xx
httpbind xx.xx.xx.xx /KEYFILE:"SSL Certificate iPrint"

unload:

unload ndpsm
unload broker
httpunbind xx.xx.xx.xx
del secondary ipaddress xx.xx.xx.xx
NUDP DEL SCRCLUSTER-NDPS-SERVER xx.xx.xx.xx
CLUSTER CVSBIND DEL SCRCLUSTER-NDPS-SERVER xx.xx.xx.xx
nss /pooldeactivate=NDPS /override=question

Jeff

<ryand@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:AKv0a.12472$EM3.4772@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> I'm trying to get iPrint/NDPS to run on the second node of a 2 node> cluster. Everything works fine, but the auto-failover sometimes

gets
> caught(when I do a hard shutdown on server2).
>
> Sometimes, I get a message that says, "Starting Bindery Service

Lookup".
> I've read all the Novell Documentation I can find and I've set all

the
> flags that I believe I need to, but I still have some issues. I

just want
> to compare my settings with someone else's.
>
> For reference: I got errors when I ran my cluster script using the

Novell
> documentation so I built my cluster script so it points at an NCF

file
> that I built. The NCF starts the broker and manager and seems to be

a lot
> better. I added a ? before the NDPSM command to wait for the broker

to
> load.
>
> -Ryan






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Re: Please Post your iPrint/NDPS Cluster Scripts

The only thing that I would do differently than Jeffrey did is to putthe httpunbind first in the unload statement.

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Re: Please Post your iPrint/NDPS Cluster Scripts

Httpunbind is indeed very important. I had problems with 'httpstk
exiting after error.' Not with the first failover, but when we did
fail back to the original node.
Ports were still in use and loading ndps generated conflicts.



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put
> the httpunbind first in the unload statement.
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