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Cluster Error Invalid Argument

Discussion in 'Security' started by Ohio Shawn, Apr 5, 2016.

  1. Ohio Shawn

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    I have configured css.conf files for LFD clustering on 6 servers. Master is clustered successfully with only one of the 5 other members of the cluster. I have confirmed that all members are NOT on the cs.deny list and ARE on the cs.allow list for each server. I can SSH successfully, WHM gui runs correctly, and I can restart CSF and LFD without errors. I have flushed, restarted and reconfigured the cs.conf file multiple times. Googling the errors turns up little if any data.

    When I try to cluster ping on the css v8.17 gui, I get the following errors:
    Cluster PING...



    Sent to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
    Cluster error connecting to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx: Invalid argument
    Failed to connect to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
    Cluster error connecting to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx: Invalid argument
    Failed to connect to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
    Cluster error connecting to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx: Invalid argument
    Failed to connect to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
    Cluster error connecting to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx: Invalid argument
    Failed to connect to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
    Cluster error connecting to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx: Invalid argument
    Failed to connect to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx



    ...Done.

    I have tried to find documentation of this error online and cannot. Any help is appreciated, this isn't urgent, as all of the servers are running and CSF is protecting, we just want to be able to take advantage of the clustering ability for ease of management. Thanks!
     
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    I have since upgraded to css 8.19 but it makes no difference to my errors related to clustering.
     
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    Hello :)

    Please keep in mind that CSF/LFD is a third-party application. It's generally advised to first search their forums or open a new forums thread there:

    General Discussion (csf) - ConfigServer Community Forum

    That said, I understand there's a large crossover of CSF and cPanel users, so you are welcome to seek out additional user-feedback here as well.

    Thank you.
     
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    Thanks, I've put out the same request for help at that site, I figured I would cover myself and post here as well.
     
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    And I figured it out. Turns out your comma separated list of server IP's cannot have spaces in it.
     
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