[Spread-users] Can ignore the error: unknown proc ?
yairamir at cnds.jhu.edu
Thu Jun 24 06:41:40 EDT 2004
The thing you need to do is to spend an hour reading the user guide.
All configuration files should be identical. Otherwise Spread gives
you no guarantees.
On Thursday, June 24, 2004 4:57 AM
Clotho Clotho wytsang at cse.cuhk.edu.hk wrote:
Clotho> In my network design, server s1, client c1, and client c2 join a group
Clotho> s1 multicasts messages to all the machines in "abc"
Clotho> spread.conf of s1 contains IPs of s1, c1, c2
Clotho> spread.conf of c1 contains IPs of s1, c1
Clotho> spread.conf of c2 contains IPs of s1, c2
Clotho> But spread daemons of c1 or c2 will complaint the following:
Clotho> In_my_component: unknown proc 192.168.22.3
Clotho> Smallest_member: unknown proc_id -1062726141
Clotho> Exit caused by Alarm(EXIT)
Clotho> To solve the problem, of course I can simply include all IPs in the
Clotho> spread.conf files.
Clotho> But can I ignore the err msg as I know that there's no communication
Clotho> c1 and c2?
Clotho> So that when if I want to a new client c3 joins "abc", I only need to
Clotho> spread.conf of s1 and c3, instead of modifying that of all the machines
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