[Spread-users] New to spread and got some problems

Tobias Stocker tobias.stocker at ch.netstream.com
Thu Jan 29 09:27:00 EST 2009

Yes, the node name is specified in the /etc/default/spread file and I didn't change anything in the init scripts. At least I know now what I have to focus on, I think it's a network issue.

Thanks anyway.

Regards, Tobi

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Jeremy James [mailto:jbj at forbidden.co.uk]
Gesendet: Thursday, January 29, 2009 3:21 PM
An: Tobias Stocker
Cc: 'spread-users at lists.spread.org'
Betreff: Re: AW: [Spread-users] New to spread and got some problems

Tobias Stocker wrote:
> Hi Jeremy,
> Thanks for your replay. My segment config looks on both hosts like this:
> Spread_Segment x.y.z.64:4803  {
>         node01           x.y.z.10
>         node02           x.y.z.20
> }
> The Network is x.y.z.0/26, x.y.z.64 is the broadcast address... I
> assume this should work, right? Also there are no ports closed or
> filtered.

I would have thought this is fine. The config file is the same on both machines, and you are then specifying the node name in /etc/default/spread? (OPTIONS="-n node01") - I'm assuming you're using the normal debian config layout & init scripts.

If it is still not working and you can't see any mention of the other machine in /var/log/spread.log then it might be time to use wireshark (or tcpdump for non-X) to see where your packets are going astray...


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