[Opendnssec-user] OpenDNSSEC heartbeat startup script

Simon Mittelberger simon.mittelberger at united-domains.de
Wed Feb 23 10:32:28 UTC 2011


I am currently trying to run OpenDNSSEC on a cluster with heartbeat and
drbd. Therefore I made a few changes to the "ods-control" script and
moved it to /etc/init.d/opendnssec (heartbeat requires the "status"
parameter). The script works fine, when starting up, shutting down and
polling status by hand.

If heartbeat uses the startup script the enforcer starts up fine, but
the signer seems to hang somehow. The signer starts up and does all its
scheduled jobs, but the cli doesn't work anymore. The cli commands
"ods-signer queue", "ods-signer running", ... all take forever with
nothing happening.

I tried with OpenDNSSEC trunk and OpenDNSSEC 1.2.0.

Has anyone had this issue before? Has anyone an idea why this happens or
can anyone point me to the right direction?

The startup script is attached.

All the best,
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