In operation, do the children get started successfully before the
parent is started? As opposed to them being started independently?|
Is the failures (after everything has been running) handled the same?
Ryan McCabe wrote:
On Mon, Nov 19, 2007 at 10:15:22AM -0800, Scott Becker wrote:On luci's configure a service screen, there's a button to 'add a child' and another button to 'add a resource to this service'. I haven't found anything which explains the difference.Adding a child to an existing resource causes the resultant resource to be nested under the one to which you're adding a child. For example, if the resource you're adding a child to is named R, then, it will produce something like: <service ...> <restype name="R"> <new_resource_here /> </restype> </service> Clicking the 'add a resource to this service' button causes a new resource to be added to the end of the service block. For example: <service ...> <restype name="resource0"> <optional_nested_resources /> </restype> ... <restype name="resourceN" /> <new_resource_here /> </service> Ryan -- Linux-cluster mailing list Linux-cluster redhat com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/linux-cluster