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    Default Zimbra Heartbeat failover problem

    Hi all,

    I just put up a cluster Zimbra (just Zimbra-LDAP) with DRBD/heartbeat, synchronisation data is perfect (drbd), but the problem is that the control of the high availability is partial
    so :

    - If the master machine fails : takeover
    - If I restart heartbeat : takeover

    but if I do "/etc/init.d /zimbra stop" on the master node : nothing happened.

    I tried to modify the script in zimbra in init.d, but nothing new, I doubt very much about the version of heartbeat, I use version 2.

    Thank you for your support.

    Best regards,

    Lassaad.

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    I forgot to mention that I am new to the forum and I do not master English well so I am sorry for the wrong phrases.

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    Just stopping ZCS is not going to be seen by the cluster as a failure. What services are you monitoring ?

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    thank you for your reply,

    I supervise the Zimbra service, in fact my haresources below:


    zimbrambox11 drbddisk::r0 Filesystem::/dev/drbd0::/opt::ext3 IPaddr::192.168.1.181 zimbra


    thanks

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    no ideas ?

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    Hi ,
    As you may know Zimbra consists of many different daemons. You should try to monitor them as well. This can be tricky though as you will have t put them in a kind of "group", that is if one fails, all should be relocated. Try doing something easier. Why don't you install a vm inside drbd. Then only monitor this vm and relocate it.
    Vm's are really well documented for drbd.

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