Orphaned Node in GUI und Corosync

Discussion in 'Proxmox VE: Installation and configuration' started by Henrik Gießel, Mar 8, 2019.

  1. Henrik Gießel

    Henrik Gießel New Member

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    Hello,

    I have problem in one of our clusters. The cluster had 2 Node. Yesterday I wanted to add a 3rd one. Due to a mistake in the IP-Config the Clusterjoin weren't finished propably. I decided to reinstall the 3rd node with new IP and FQDN. This time it works fine. But now I have an oprhaned node shown in the Web-UI:

    - I already deleted /etc/pve/nodes/<FAILED NODENAME>
    - with "pvecm status" I have 4 exptected votes and currently 3 votes
    - "pvecm nodes" dont show the failed node. I think because the join-process doesn't finished successfully
    - /etc/pve/corosync still has a entry with the IP of the failed Node
    - The WEB-UI still shows the orphaned node

    - Some operations in the WebUI cant be done. For example when I want to migrate a VM I need to define a target Hosts. The Dropdown-menu for this doesnt show any entries. Migratating and other Tasks are still possible over the CLI.

    How can I aproach this issues? Can I delete the entry of for the failed node manually from corosync and restart the corosync service and pveproxy? What else I have to do?

    PS: I use PVE 5.3 and higher
     
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  3. Henrik Gießel

    Henrik Gießel New Member

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    Yesterday I tried it. It works. Ty for your help :)
     
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