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Hi, does anyone know the answer to my question below? 
Haven't heard back since I posted it...  Thanks!

-Jiho

--- Jiho Hahm <jhahm yahoo com> wrote:

> Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2005 16:22:44 -0800 (PST)
> From: Jiho Hahm <jhahm yahoo com>
> To: linux-cluster redhat com
> Subject: [Linux-cluster] Specifying start/stop order of
> resources in a
> 	<resourcegroup>
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I'm having some trouble with configuring start/stop order
> of resources in a resource group.  When I specify start
> and
> stop level values in resource elements, they are ignored.
> 
> Resources are always started and stopped according to the
> type-specific level specified in
> cluster/rgmanager/src/resources/resourcegroup.sh (or
> /usr/share/cluster/resourcegroup.sh).
> 
> What I basically want to do during startup of an RG is
> mount a couple of ext3 filesystems in a certain order,
> run
> a custom application, and finally bring up an IP address.
> 
> During shutdown I want to do exactly the opposite: bring
> down IP address, stop application, and unmount volumes in
> reverse order.
> 
> Here's what I have in cluster.conf:
> 
> <cluster ...>
>   <...>
>   <rm>
>     <failoverdomains>...</failoverdomains>
>     <resources/>
>     <resourcegroup name="rg1" domain="fd1">
>       <fs name="foo" fstype="ext3"
>           device="/dev/sdb1" mountpoint="/foo"
>           start="1" stop="4"/>
>       <fs name="foobar" fstype="ext3"
>           device="/dev/sdb2" mountpoint="/foo/bar"
>           start="2" stop="3"/>
>       <script name="myapp" file="..."
>           start="3" stop="2"/>
>       <ip address="..." monitor_link="yes"
>           start="4" stop="1"/>
>     </resourcegroup>
>   </rm>
> </cluster>
> 
> The intention is to start the resource top-down, and stop
> them bottom-up.  Notice the foobar volume mounts as
> subdirectory of foo volume.  foo must be mounted first,
> and
> unmounted last.
> 
> But the actual start order with the above configuration
> turns out to be fs-foo, fs-foobar, ip and script.  The
> order was determined by type-specific default start level
> in resourcegroups.sh (fs=2, ip=3, script=5), and then top
> to bottom.
> 
> The stop sequence was apparently the same as start
> sequence.  When I ran "clusvcadm -s rg1" to stop the
> resource group, the first thing tried was unmounting foo,
> which failed because foobar wasn't unmounted first.  ip
> or
> script was not tried before fs, which leads me to guess
> stop sequence is determined by default _start_ level
> rather
> than stop level.
> 
> Judging by the stop behavior I think there is a bug
> somewhere.  But did I specify start/stop levels in my
> cluster.conf incorrectly?
> 
> Regards,
> 
> -Jiho
> 
> 
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