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Heartbeat don't start on automatic. Network interface is not UP when heartbeat start

OS version : 10.04

Exact message in boot.log :

Starting High-Availability services: bond1: unknown interface: No such device

/usr/lib/heartbeat/findif version 2.99.1 Copyright Alan Robertson

Usage: /usr/lib/heartbeat/findif [-C]
    -C: Output netmask as the number of bits rather than as 4 octets.
Environment variables:
OCF_RESKEY_ip ip address (mandatory!)
OCF_RESKEY_cidr_netmask netmask of interface
OCF_RESKEY_broadcast broadcast address for interface
OCF_RESKEY_nic interface to assign to
IPaddr2[1820]: WARNING: [/usr/lib/heartbeat/findif -C] failed
IPaddr2[1795]: INFO: Resource is stopped
 Heartbeat failure [rc=6]. Failed.

heartbeat[1868]: 2011/02/23_10:04:23 ERROR: glib: Get broadcast for interface bond1 failed: No such device
heartbeat[1868]: 2011/02/23_10:04:23 ERROR: glib: IP interface [bond1] does not exist
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closed as not constructive by Oli Feb 24 '12 at 9:43

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This question should instead be filed as a bug report, thanks! Instructions here. – Jorge Castro Feb 24 '12 at 4:13

This looks like you've hit this known bug:

Its been in progress for over a year, so maybe Andres has forgotten about it. Please add your experience to the bug report, as it may help Andres figure it out.

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Maybe I'm missing something here, but this doesn't look like that bug. – Christopher Kyle Horton Sep 5 '11 at 18:28
Good point, i suppose its actually just that heartbeat is starting before all network interfaces are up. – SpamapS Oct 12 '11 at 20:54