Analyze Pacemaker logs in Cloud Logging

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Published on 12 Sep 2022, 16:09
As an SAP system administrator, you've probably asked yourself: why did my Compute Instance restart? Why did Pacemaker restart my instance? Why did/didn’t my SAP system failover?

By streaming Pacemaker logs into Cloud Logging, you can now find the answers to these questions by using a Cloud Logging query template to filter out the noise generated by Pacemaker logs.

Chapters
0:00 - Intro
0:12 - FAQ
0:25 - Prerequisites
0:51 - Step by step guide on how to set up Cloud Logging
0:58 - Cloud Logging Query template
1:46 - Scenario 1: Primary instance was restarted
3:27 - Scenario 2: HANA Primary is unresponsive
4:18 - False-positive check for SFAIL
4:44 - Checking for SFAIL with SRHook
5:03 - Troubleshooting Guides

Basic understanding of Pacemaker → goo.gle/pcmker
Pacemaker Configuration Best Practices → goo.gle/3pwWKyw
Configure SAP instances to stream logs into Cloud Logging → goo.gle/3PAco6O

Analyze Pacemaker events in Cloud Logging → goo.gle/3KuuLsF

SUSE GitHub page for SRHook → goo.gle/3c5Aj09

Google Cloud SRHook implementation guide
SUSE → goo.gle/3Cjslv8
RedHat → goo.gle/3At7J11

How to troubleshoot SRHook Issues on SUSE → goo.gle/3c53WhZ

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