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[Linux-cluster] Generic fencing command that Continues



I'm setting up several "example" Clusters whith vmware.
The problem I have is that I don,t have a generic fencing tool.

If I give a demo to management ;-), my "very important" xclock service does
not recover after a killed server.
(I need to take manual actions :-(

What I need would be fencing command that does following:

- send an alert. (ex "mail -s Cluster operating testdom com") 
- Wait for defined time ("sleep 15")
- Do some confirmation check.
- Execute a "Kill server" script, that doesn't stop  
- Continue cluster and start de service on a working node.

If you have something like that or a part of it.....

If I'm doing something wrong, please correct me
(Or even correct way to disable fencing.)

Frank Weyns

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