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Re: [Linux-cluster] SAN fencing

Unfortunately I have Supermicro servers. No ILO available :-(
Other ideas ?

- Rosario

Coman Iliut wrote:

If you also use HP servers and they have ILO (Integrated Lights Out), you canuse that to do the fencing.
ILO basically resets the computer that needs to be fenced. You can also get it to just power the server off.


On 5/25/05, Rosario Esposito <Rosario Esposito na infn it <mailto:Rosario Esposito na infn it>> wrote:
> Hello,
> I have a 3-nodes with shared storage HP MSA1500cs, mounting a GFS
> filesystem.
> The fibre channel switch is a HP StorageWorks Edge Switch 2/12.
> I have no power switch at the moment.
> I can't find any fence_xxx script to manage the SAN fencing. I tried
> fence_brocade but doesn't work...
> Any ideas ?
> Thanks
> - Rosario Esposito
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