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iprint OES2 Linux Cluster - service wont start - cant create driver

Hi

Has anyone tried to create a new iprint configuration on OES2 Linux
Cluster Configuration

I have followed the documentation but cant get it to work

Following the Documentation

- I created a shared disk resource
- I Created the iprint cluster using a new ipaddress

When I go to start it is goes comatose.
Disk mount is ok and config appears ok
Services dont start

I cant create the Datastore because the IP i need to use is the iprint
cluster IP (which has not started)

Any help would be apreciated

Regards

Mark Casey
Pegasus Technology Pty Ltd
www.pegasustech.com.au



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Re: iprint OES2 Linux Cluster - service wont start - cant create driver

OK

So it seems that if you block the service starts in the cluster object
by putting a # in front of the exit_on _error ... (see below)

# start the iPrint driver store & printer manager
#exit_on_error /opt/novell/iprint/bin/ncs_iprint_svc_start

Then the cluster entry will mount, the configuration transfers to the
cluster resource and you can get to configure the IPrint resources.

Once you have configured the iprint datastore and printmanager you go
in and uncomment the service start line and restart the cluster node
and all should work.

My understanding for the configuration is as follows

Driver Store Parameters

Driver Store name: any name

Container name: context for object

Target Server: ip address or dns name for the cluster resource
<-- this is why the cluster node objact has to be started before you
can configure this object
eDir Server name: Edirectory access for the Store
<-- This should be a cluster node resource or if you use the base
cluster nodes then add a secondary in the config file
/etc/opt/novell/iprint/config/idsd.conf (Add a DSServer2 parameter for
redundancy)

If anyone else has the same problem I think Novell should look at this
as to me it looks at least like a doco error or possibly a bug
That is of course if anyone can understand my ramblings.




On Sat, 24 Nov 2007 09:25:39 GMT, mcasey@pegasustech.com.au (Mark
Casey) wrote:

>Hi
>
>Has anyone tried to create a new iprint configuration on OES2 Linux
>Cluster Configuration
>
>I have followed the documentation but cant get it to work
>
>Following the Documentation
>
>- I created a shared disk resource
>- I Created the iprint cluster using a new ipaddress
>
>When I go to start it is goes comatose.
>Disk mount is ok and config appears ok
>Services dont start
>
>I cant create the Datastore because the IP i need to use is the iprint
>cluster IP (which has not started)
>
>Any help would be apreciated
>
>Regards
>
>Mark Casey
>Pegasus Technology Pty Ltd
>www.pegasustech.com.au
>
>


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