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RE: [Linux-cluster] Shutting down a cluster



Try this:

- service gfs stop   - if you use shared storage(or gfs2)
- service rgmanager stop
- service clvmd stop
- service cman stop

It usually works for me on a 2 node Centos5 cluster.

----
JCascao

> -----Original Message-----
> From: linux-cluster-bounces redhat com
> [mailto:linux-cluster-bounces redhat com]On Behalf Of James Fidell
> Sent: terça-feira, 6 de Novembro de 2007 15:02
> To: linux clustering
> Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] Shutting down a cluster
>
>
> Patrick Caulfield wrote:
> > Ward, Timothy - SSD wrote:
> >> Try:
> >> # cman_tool force leave
> >>
> >
> > I would try and avoid that if possible. It's much better to
> make sure that all
> > of the services are shut down beforehand and let cman shut
> down tidily.
> >
> > Check for things like ccsd still running and services shown
> my 'cman_tool
> > services'. Unfortunately it can be hard to determine which
> cluster services are
> > running if you don't know what they all are, but it's worth
> trying  :-)
>
> Ok.  I have a newly rebooted server on which I've started clustering,
> but not started any services (other than those started by the
> cman init
> script).
>
>   # cman_tool services
>
> reports that fenced is the only service running.  So, I killed fenced.
> Nothing else appears to notice that fenced on this server has
> died.  Now
>
>   # cman_tool leave remove
>
> works, in that it returns no errors.  But within a few seconds, the
> leaving node is fenced and shut down :(
>
> James
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