Okay, one of those "as soon as you press send" issues. The problem that wasn't obvious was that the tomcat service was enabled on the first box. Seems to be stable after removing that and rebooting.
Whew!! > On Mar 11, 2015, at 3:02 PM, Brian Topping <brian.topp...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Hi all, I have a weird shutdown issue on an IPA instance > (ipa-server-3.3.3-28.0.1.el7.centos.3.x86_64) on CentOS (CentOS Linux release > 7.0.1406) that's been working fine for at least six months, maybe longer. > It's replicated to an identical instance that is having no problems. > > https://gist.github.com/briantopping/2fc430038b4ca6c80d05 > <https://gist.github.com/briantopping/2fc430038b4ca6c80d05> is the relevant > snippets of /var/log/messages. It starts booting up, everything working, then > systemd decides to shut down IPA for no apparent reason. I haven't touched > any system software for several weeks. > > When the system is booting, "runlevel" reports "unknown". It seems to be > about the same time that it changes to "N 3" that everything starts shutting > down. > > My sense is systemd is configured with some dependency in the IPA processes > that it (correctly) finds a fault and shut everything down. I just don't see > anything in the messages above that would indicate such a fault. By the time > it's over, even named is shut down! > > Systemd is new to me still, if I need to RTFM, I guess that's one answer, but > I thought I would check here to see if I could get a better idea of how > everything is wired. > > I am limping by on the second box for now, so this isn't an emergency. > > Thanks for any consideration to this! > > Brian
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