Re: Fencing: Prevent rebooting halted node
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Le 21/03/2012 12:23, emmanuel segura a écrit :
The first i can recommend it's use a quorum disk
I do use a quorum disk. I did not mention it as I thought this had nothing to do with my issue.
and for your problem i know that it's called fencing-loop
Ok, I'll search on that subject.
you got two choices 1:don't put the daemons cluster at boot time
In fact, I do want the cluster daemons to be ran at boot time. This is a good behaviour.
I just want dead nodes to remain dead, until manual intervention.
2:If you use a qdisk you can use clean_start="1" in the fence_daemon tag, this can be used if you are not using gfs or gfs2 or <cmantwo_node="1"expected_votes="1"/>
I am using gfs2...To cope with my problem, I was looking whether it was possible to call my own script in cluster.conf? I don't know if this is permitted and what return code is expected?
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