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DNSONLY / CentOS 7.2 / can't add server to cluster

Discussion in 'Bind/DNS/Nameserver' started by sjwrick, Jun 2, 2016.

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    I have cluster working just fine.
    I had python update issue on a droplet at DigitalOcean.com. This was one of two top of the pile servers for me. Finally decided to get a new server setup today.

    I created a new droplet (CentOS7.2) and installed a cPanel DNSONLY config per the instructions here
    digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-cpanel-on-a-virtual-server-running-centos-6 .

    It is a base install of CentOS and DNSONLY.

    When I try to "add a new server to the cluster" from my other primary name server the set up hangs for a bit them switches to a screen which normally says things were successful. This screen never says that.

    I don't think a firewall is blocking data transfer (turned the firewall of on the new sever) and when I choose debug and see a bunch of failure .....

    Something about unable to connect or connection timing out.​

    What should I try to get the new DNSONLY server to be a part of the cluster?

    Help,

    Rick
     
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    Ah ha. I had to open the firewall on the already clustered servers to allow outgoing communication to the new server.

    I was looking at the wrong firewall.
     
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    I'm happy to see you were able to address the issue. Thank you for updating us with the outcome.
     
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