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Re: [Linux-cluster] Cluster node without access to all resources - trouble



On Thu, Jun 28, 2007 at 02:33:42PM -0400, Lon Hohberger wrote:
> (1) don't start rgmanager on the fifth node :), or

...now there's an idea :)

> (2) if you do start rgmanager on the fifth node, make all services be
> part of a "restricted" failover domain comprised of the other four
> nodes.
> 
> > Or
> > should I just make sure that the fifth member always comes up last (that
> > is, won't be running while the others are coming up)? Or should I aceept
> > that I'm going to create more harm than avoiding by letting the fifth
> > node belong to the cluster, and just run it outside the cluster?
> 
> If the above two don't work, it's a bug.

If (2) means /all/ the services, even the one that should be running on
the fifth node, it's more or less equal to (1), isn't it? That is, the
service that I want to be running on node five can't be a clustered
service (which is, come to think of it, exactly what I want...)

> (Oh! and those status-script checks will be fixed in 5.1 ;) ).

(Thanks.)


--Janne
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Janne Peltonen <janne peltonen helsinki fi>


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