Re: write failure on ucast eth0

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Subject: Re: write failure on ucast eth0
From: Horms <horms@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2006 13:09:25 +0900
On Wed, Nov 22, 2006 at 02:34:52PM +0100, Pompon wrote:
> Hi,
> I've two Xen virtual server under debian on witch I've heartbeat
> installed and ipsec VPN managed. The two servers are closely the same
> as the second is a copy of the first one. On the first one heartbeat
> works well, but on the second one when it acquire ressources, I've got
> these errors in the log :
> heartbeat: 2006/11/22_09:49:30 ERROR: Unable to send [-1] ucast
> packet: Operation not permitted
> heartbeat: 2006/11/22_09:49:30 ERROR: write failure on ucast eth0.:
> Operation not permitted
> Resources are acquired well and heartbeat seems to work (it switch
> back correctly to the first server if needed, and detecting stop or
> start of the other node is working), except that the ipsec0 interface
> which is mounted at ipsec startup have no ip address. If I launch
> ipsec manually, the interface has it's correct ip address, but
> launched with heartbeat doesn't work correctly.
> I suspected someting around firewalling on the second server but can't
> find differencies or rejected packets.
> Have you any idea that could help?

Is eth0 up at the time that you see this message? It seems like
the kernel isn't accepting the packet from user-space. I don't think
that would be firewalling issue.


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