corosync-cfgtool -r hangs in loop while resetting faulty ring
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When simulating a network outage by pulling the cable the ring gets marked as faulty. Connecting the system back and executing corosync-cfgtool -r does not reset the ring, instead the command goes into a loop state and can only be aborted by pressing ctrl+c.
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- Document ID:7006774
- Creation Date: 02-Sep-2010
- Modified Date:28-Sep-2022
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