No luck mysql clustering and load balancer with Fedora Core 4

Discussion in 'HOWTO-Related Questions' started by mobilehunter, Oct 19, 2006.

  1. mobilehunter

    mobilehunter New Member

    First, thanks for the tutorial.
    I have followed the tutorial with exact server configuration.
    I`m using fedora core 4 inside vmware, at two physical location, 2 vmware each.
    The clustering works only if i set my firewall setting off , this is not good right?

    The heartbeat is working, i can ping the virtual address.
    But mysql still not working, should i install mysqlserver at 'loadbalancer/cluster management' server? My ethereal show port 3306 is unreachable.

    i followed your test to check ldirectord status, i only got ldirectord stale pid message and ldirectord stopped for

    Did i miss something?
    Please share your idea.

  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Seems to be a problem with your firewall. Does it work if you switch it off?
  3. mobilehunter

    mobilehunter New Member

    Hi falko thanks for your reply.
    I finally managed to make your tutorial works.
    I'm using fedora core 4, and MySql 5.0.26 rpm package.
    I have to disable firewall to every host involved.
    I found some missing package that should be installed before installing heartbeat packages.

    At both loadbalancer i installed mysql-shared-compat library, perl-DBI, and perl-DBD-MySQL modules.

    And then all works.

    Thanks for the tutorial.

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