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Re: [Linux-cluster] fence_apc



I'm no perl guy but I found some code on:
http://search.cpan.org/~jrogers/Net-Telnet-3.03/lib/Net/Telnet.pm

Which leads me to believe that it's easier to deal with ssh from perl than it is from python. (Including Twisted.Conch for python looks involved, but I'm no python guy either.)

Are there any python to perl converters?
Does anybody have any experience with conch?

   scottb


Scott Becker wrote:
Peeking at the other fence_scripts, all the perl ones also do not support ssh, only telnet.

Is this a huge glaring omission or am I missing something here.

Is there a sane way to get fence_apc to use a tunnel? Or am I out of luck?

   scottb


Scott Becker wrote:
I have a redundant network feed, two ethernet switches, two power switches. Three nodes.

So I configured the apc 7920s for ssh1 and ssh2, no telnet. That setting allowed me to use the public network (the only one I have and necessary for reliable operation down to one node).

fence_apc only allows telnet control?!

   scottb

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