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Re: [Linux-cluster] Resource Script.



On Tue, Apr 24, 2007 at 12:43:03PM +0300, Patrick Gharios wrote:
> Hello,

> Question:
> 
> In order to run a script (bash script on a screen for example) by the
> cluster service, do I need to include a start argument when calling the
> execution of that script? I am trying to execute a simple script but I
> noticed in /var/log/messages that the cluster is trying to send a 'start'
> argument to the script , the script is not being fired up on the node and
> then a 'status' call is executed on the simple script. Seems like it's a
> monitoring feature.
> 
> In in all, can someone tell me how can I execute a simple bash script on the
> cluster service?

Like, a one-time thing?

Just add an argument handler at the beginning:

case $1 in
	start)
		;;
	*)
		exit 0
esac

-- 
Lon Hohberger - Software Engineer - Red Hat, Inc.


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