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    Redhat 6.0 Cluster suite - Quorum Disk Configuration issues


    I am trying to add a quorum disk to the cluster and getting the following error:

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    Dec 12 14:43:56 PGRH1 qdiskd[10860]: Quorum disk timings are too slow for configured token timeout
    Dec 12 14:43:56 PGRH1 qdiskd[10860]:  * Totem Token timeout: 10000ms
    Dec 12 14:43:56 PGRH1 qdiskd[10860]:  * Min. Master recovery time: 108000ms
    Dec 12 14:43:56 PGRH1 qdiskd[10860]: Please set token timeout to at least 111000ms
    Dec 12 14:43:56 PGRH1 qdiskd[10860]: Configuration failed
    Following is the cluster.conf I am using

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    <?xml version="1.0"?>
    <cluster config_version="2" name="pgcl1">
        <clusternode name="PGRH1" nodeid="1"/>
        <clusternode name="PGRH2" nodeid="2"/>
        <clusternode name="PGRH3" nodeid="3"/>
      <quorumd interval="3" tko="23" votes="2" label="PGRHQdisk">
    I tried changing the TKO to various number from 10 - 200 nothing worked.

    Please help me get to a right configuration.

    Thank you

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    Linux Guru Rubberman's Avatar
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    I can be found either 40 miles west of Chicago, in Chicago, or in a galaxy far, far away.
    The error message seems pretty clear, but I don't know about your cluster.conf file. The error message is saying that your token timeout is 10 seconds, but it needs at least 111 seconds in order to work.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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