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Apache2 service problem with linux HA

Posted on 2008-06-17
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Im running heartbeat-2 on two ubuntu servers when I get ready to start the heartbeat service I receive the error

INFO:  Resource is stopped

Im using apache2 as the service that I want heartbeat to manage below is my line in haresouces that I have included.
Server01 192.168.1.114 apache2

When I start the service it tells me :
CRITICAL: Non-idle resources will affect resource takeback!
2008/06/13_14:34:20 CRITICAL: Non-idle resources may affect data integrity!

What am I doing wrong with apache2 so that heartbeat can take over the service and run correclty? Thanks
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Hello,

Maybe in the haresources file you can change your entry to:

Server01 192.168.1.114 apache2

or

Server01 192.168.1.114 httpd
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the httpd was it. thanks
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