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Re: [Linux-cluster] iLO device as fencing device

You might want to have a look at 
(www.open-sharedroot.org -> downloads -> 
comoonics-bootimage-fenceclient-ilo). We addressed the problem of the normal 
fence_ilo being a little slow and the timeouts. We also added an 
option "hardoff" or "coldreset" where we went passt the acpi being used for 
powering off and on. Syntax is compatible. 
You can also use it for more extended things with the XML-ILO interface (-x 
option) for automatically adding powerusers or reseting the ilo-card. Which 
helped a lot.
Have fun using it.
Regards Marc.
On Tuesday 12 December 2006 21:26, Coman Iliut wrote:
> We are using it, too with good results. We had to write our own fencing
> method. The one supplied is too slow. ILO allows you to send a RESET
> command that is faster.
> Also, we wanted a more efficient use of the secure socket (the default
> fence_ilo lets the socket time out, then reconnects, etc) and we wanted to
> detect the case when node 1 cannot access the ILO of node 2 because node 2
> is not there anymore (powered off, for example) or because node 1 lost
> network access.
> Coman
> On 11/22/06, Fabrizio Lippolis <fabrizio lippolis aurigainformatica it>
> wrote:
> > Hi list,
> >
> > does anybody has experience configuring the HP iLO (Integrated
> > Lights-Out) device as fencing device? How does it work?
> >
> > Fabrizio
> >
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Gruss / Regards,

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