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Re: Broker support nodes ha

Hi Scott,

Correct I had something similar setup and I had also merged your
changes and both cases still hitting the errors.
I would love to hear how it goes when you try chaos monkey, I'm going
to try dig into the logs later in the month when I have a bit more
time but thought I may as well poke around in case someone had seen
something similar.


On Wed, Oct 15, 2014 at 12:26 AM, Scott Dodson <sdodson redhat com> wrote:
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> On 10/14/2014 02:52 AM, Andrew Lau wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Reaching out to see if anyone has successfully put the puppet
>> openshift bsn components with the ha enhancements into a fault
>> tolerant environment?
>> I've been using it for some months but recently had some time to
>> run more tests on it.  I'm noticing shutting off one of the nodes
>> (mongo and activemq) leads to a 1/3 chance for a user operation to
>> fail. Eg. Refreshing the web console will call every 3 attempts
>> leaving a code 500 error for the user.
>> Haven't had the time to see if data is being restored after the
>> node is brought back up etc. On my to do list..
>> Is this something anyone's noticed? Configuration issue?
>> Cheers Andrew.
> Andrew,
> This isn't perhaps mongod primary moving due to mongod restarts from
> oo-mongo-setup script by chance is it? I think you mentioned you'd
> already addressed that in your deployment based on your comments on
> this PR
> https://github.com/openshift/puppet-openshift_origin/pull/308
> I haven't had a chance to break out chaos monkey and test a lot of
> failover scenarios, I'd like to.
> - --
> Scott
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