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  • xinet.d crashes on cluster nodes

    I am running 3 node cluster on ubuntu 12.04 and recently i observed the xinetd process (which is a mechanism for cluster check to know if that node is active) crashes without much error in the syslog

    has anyone faced this issue?

  • #2
    Can you paste what is exactly the message when xinetd dies? Also, is this a standard clustercheck script? Does it work when called manually?

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    • #3
      the error in the syslog file is

      Mar 14 06:42:33 db-cluster1-node1 xinetd[2527]: Exiting...

      similar on all the nodes

      yes i am using the standard cluster check script along with and yes it works if i call it manually and that throws me off too...

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      • #4
        mandm,

        I am seeing the exact same activity on a cluster I built. What is weird is that on my home lab, I dont see the xinetd process restart itself. I am not even seeing any errors being logged. My cluster is setup on CentOS 6.5 all virtual machines.

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        • #5
          It happened again today on my cluster where 2 nodes had their xinet.d process crash…any guidance here?

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          • #6
            Is your xinetd enabled on system startup? The /etc/services, port 9200 is properly named? Any chance the service was just restarted by package update, automation software, etc?

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            • #7
              so these are the entries in the /etc/services file

              xinetd 9098/tcp
              mysqlchk 9200/tcp # mysqlchk

              even if the service is restarted it should have a log file ? the problem is there is a crash notice in the syslog for xinetd

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