On Tue, Aug 03, 2004 at 11:03:40AM -0700, Steve Landherr wrote: > Agreed. But I though that the quorum concept was there to protect > against a netsplit causing independent clusters to form. If I'm a node > and I can't contact enough peers to gain quorum, then I can't be a part > of the cluster. If I'm not part of the cluster, then I shouldn't be > fencing other nodes. > > Am I missing something? In a lights out setup. (no user required to keep things running) 2 of three nodes go AWOL. One node now needs to reset (NPS fencing) the other two, without quorum, to keep things running. -- Michael Conrad Tadpol Tilstra A hacker is a machine for turning caffeine into code.
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