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[Linux-cluster] cman - convert manpage to the man package



Hi folks

I've converted one cman manpage to the man package.

Bastian

-- 
Vulcans worship peace above all.
		-- McCoy, "Return to Tomorrow", stardate 4768.3
=== man/cman.5
==================================================================
--- man/cman.5  (revision 316)
+++ man/cman.5  (local)
@@ -3,36 +3,25 @@
 
 .\" groff -t -e -mandoc -Tlatin1 cman.5 | less
 
-.tl 'cman(5)' 'cman(5)'
+.TH cman 5
 
-\fBNAME\fP
-.in +7
+.SH NAME
 cman - cluster.conf cman configuration section
-.sp
-.in -7
 
-
-\fBDESCRIPTION\fP
-.in +7
+.SH DESCRIPTION
 Cman configuration values are placed in the <cman> </cman> section of
 \fBcluster.conf\fP.  Per-node configuration related to cman is placed
 in the standard <clusternode> </clusternode> sections.  All cman
 configuration settings are optional; usually none are used.
-.in -7
 
-
-\fIUDP port\fR
-.in +7
+.SS UDP port
 By default, cman will use UDP port 6809 for internode communication.  This can
 be changed by setting a port number as follows:
 
   <cman port="6809">
   </cman>
-.in -7
 
-
-\fIExpected votes\fR
-.in +7
+.SS Expected votes
 The expected votes value is used by cman to determine quorum.  The cluster is
 quorate if the sum of votes of existing members is over half of the expected
 votes value.  By default, cman_tool sets the expected votes value to be the sum
@@ -45,11 +34,8 @@
 If the cluster becomes partitioned, improper use of this option can result
 in more than one partition gaining quorum.  In that event, nodes in each
 partition will enable cluster services.
-.in -7
 
-
-\fITwo node clusters\fR
-.in +7
+.SS Two node clusters
 Ordinarily, the loss of quorum after one out of two nodes fails will prevent
 the remaining node from continuing (if both nodes have one vote.)  Special
 configuration options can be set to allow the one remaining node to continue
@@ -59,23 +45,16 @@
 
   <cman two_node="1" expected_votes="1">
   </cman>
-.in -7
 
-
-\fINode votes\fR
-.in +7
+.SS Node votes
 By default, a node is given one vote toward the calculation of quorum.
 This can be changed by giving a node a specific number of votes as
 follows:
 
   <clusternode name="nd1" votes="2">
   </clusternode>
-.in -7
 
-
-\fINode ID\fR
-.in +7
-
+.SS Node ID
 By default, a node is assigned a nodeid by the cluster manager (cman) when
 it joins the cluster.  This can be overriden by specifying a nodeid here.
 Using this option will ensure that a given node always has the same ID.
@@ -84,11 +63,8 @@
 
   <clusternode name="nd1" nodeid="1">
   </clusternode>
-.in -7
 
-
-\fIMultihome network configuration\fR
-.in +7
+.SS Multihome network configuration
 Cman can be configured to use multiple network interfaces.  If one fails it
 should be able to continue running with the one remaining.  A node's name in
 cluster.conf is always associated with the IP address on one network interface;
@@ -104,11 +80,8 @@
   <clusternode name="nd1">
       <altname name="nd1-e1"/>
   </clusternode>
-.in -7
 
-
-\fIMulticast network configuration\fR
-.in +7
+.SS Multicast network configuration
 Cman can be configured to use multicast instead of broadcast (broadcast is used
 by default if no multicast parameters are given.)  To configure multicast when
 one network interface is used add one line under the <cman> section and another
@@ -137,12 +110,7 @@
       <multicast addr="224.0.0.1" interface="eth0"/>
       <multicast addr="224.0.0.9" interface="eth1"/>
   </clusternode>
-.in -7
 
-
-.sp
-.in -7
-\fBSEE ALSO\fP
-.in +7
+.SH SEE ALSO
 cluster.conf(5), ccs(7), cman_tool(8)
 

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