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Re: [Linux-cluster] Fencing Hardware




--- James Parsons <jparsons redhat com> wrote:

> Roger PeXa Escobio wrote:
> 
> >--- "isplist logicore net" <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.
> >>    
> >>
> >what kind of blade do you have? HP? Dell? other
> >branch?
> >
> He is using cubix blades. I checked into their cubix
> management 
> controller 2 device for remote poweroff/on...IT ONLY
> WORKS WITH INTERNET 
> EXPLORER!!! YIKES!

after a search in google
I found this page:
http://cubix.com/cv/cvmanagementspecs.php

CubixVision remotely monitors and controls the
following:

    * Blade server reset
    * Blade server power off/on 
although it look like this application run over IE-6
(java application?)
chapter 8 in this url:
http://cubix.com/support/product/chassis/bladestation/
should give details of how manage the blades with this
software
but if this is the case  I think there isn't a way to
implement a fency mechanism, am I correct?

cu
roger

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