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Re: [Linux-cluster] I give up



from my understanding a failover domain is required whenever you want
other nodes to take over a service. the subset is if you make it
restricted, isn't it?
regards,
johannes

Am Donnerstag, den 29.11.2007, 09:00 -0800 schrieb Scott Becker:
> 
> Marcos David wrote:
> > There are no failover domains defined in your cluster.conf.
> > This could explain why no other nodes take over the service....
> >
> It's my understanding from the man pages that failover domains are an 
> option to configure a service to run on only a subset of the nodes. When 
> I used luci to "Fence this node" the failover worked good. During my 
> testing via unplugging cables, failover happened, just not at all the 
> right times.
> 
>     scottb
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