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using udpu
# Please read the corosync.conf.5 manual page
compatibility: whitetank
aisexec {
user: root
group: root
}
service {
name: pacemaker
ver: 0
}
totem {
version: 2
# secauth: Enable mutual node authentication. If you choose to
# enable this ("on"), then do remember to create a shared
# secret with "corosync-keygen".
secauth: off
threads: 0
# interface: define at least one interface to communicate
# over. If you define more than one interface stanza, you must
# also set rrp_mode.
interface {
member {
memberaddr: 172.31.15.101
}
member {
memberaddr: 172.31.27.99
}
# Rings must be consecutively numbered, starting at 0.
ringnumber: 0
# This is normally the *network* address of the
# interface to bind to. This ensures that you can use
# identical instances of this configuration file
# across all your cluster nodes, without having to
# modify this option.
bindnetaddr: 172.31.15.101
# However, if you have multiple physical network
# interfaces configured for the same subnet, then the
# network address alone is not sufficient to identify
# the interface Corosync should bind to. In that case,
# configure the *host* address of the interface
# instead:
# bindnetaddr: 192.168.1.1
# When selecting a multicast address, consider RFC
# 2365 (which, among other things, specifies that
# 239.255.x.x addresses are left to the discretion of
# the network administrator). Do not reuse multicast
# addresses across multiple Corosync clusters sharing
# the same network.
#mcastaddr: 239.255.1.1
# Corosync uses the port you specify here for UDP
# messaging, and also the immediately preceding
# port. Thus if you set this to 5405, Corosync sends
# messages over UDP ports 5405 and 5404.
mcastport: 5405
# Time-to-live for cluster communication packets. The
# number of hops (routers) that this ring will allow
# itself to pass. Note that multicast routing must be
# specifically enabled on most network routers.
ttl: 1
}
transport: udpu
}
logging {
# Log the source file and line where messages are being
# generated. When in doubt, leave off. Potentially useful for
# debugging.
fileline: off
# Log to standard error. When in doubt, set to no. Useful when
# running in the foreground (when invoking "corosync -f")
to_stderr: no
# Log to a log file. When set to "no", the "logfile" option
# must not be set.
to_logfile: yes
logfile: /var/log/cluster/corosync.log
# Log to the system log daemon. When in doubt, set to yes.
to_syslog: yes
# Log debug messages (very verbose). When in doubt, leave off.
debug: off
# Log messages with time stamps. When in doubt, set to on
# (unless you are only logging to syslog, where double
# timestamps can be annoying).
timestamp: on
logger_subsys {
subsys: AMF
debug: off
}
}
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Splarv commented Jun 21, 2019

With multicast must be used udp, but not udpu transport.

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