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Re: [Linux-cluster] Fencing Hardware

Right, yes, I do have such software but there is no SDK or anything that I 
know of that would allow external control. And, the software would not lend 
itself to external controls for fencing, that I know of.

Anyone using Cubix Blade servers?


On Tue, 24 Oct 2006 15:25:36 -0400, Greg Forte wrote:
> check your documentation, or call your vendor.  The power should be
> configurable at the enclosure level, not the individual blades.  There
> should be some sort of interface that you can log into and say "down the
> power on the blade in slot X".  Though this may be an add-on that you
> haven't purchased.
> -g
> isplist logicore net wrote:
>> Each blade has one slot for an add on card which I've taken up for Fibre
>> Channel cards. In my case at least, there's no room for anything else and
>> I'm
>> not sure there are any packages that handle external power controls for my
>> machines.
>> Mike
>> On Tue, 24 Oct 2006 15:20:21 -0400, Neil Watson wrote:
>>> Don't most blade centres come with remote management controllers?  For
>>> example HP's iLO cards.
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