"Rescheduling OPERATION after failure expired" or "Re-initiated expired calculated failure" messages appear repeatedly in the logs of a Pacemaker cluster

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  • When the failure-timeout meta attribute is set for a resource, messages like the following appear repeatedly in the system logs or cluster logs:
# # RHEL 7:
Feb 14 13:03:35 node1 pengine[18131]:   notice: Re-initiated expired calculated failure P98_ASCS_INS_monitor_120000 (rc=7, magic=0:7;115:8490:0:c1f2b7fd-901c-414f-8ce6-21854b6d5b4c) on node1

# # RHEL 8:
Mar 10 18:11:14 fastvm-rhel-8-0-23 pacemaker-schedulerd[45842]: notice: Rescheduling dummy1_monitor_10000 after failure expired on node1


  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (with the High Availability Add-on)
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (with the High Availability Add-on)

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