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Re: [Linux-cluster] nofailback for failover domains?



Thanks Lon.  That fits my use-case just fine.

On 8/17/07, Lon Hohberger <lhh redhat com> wrote:
On Mon, Aug 06, 2007 at 09:31:16AM -0400, Bjorn Oglefjorn wrote:
> I found that a 'nofailback' option was added for the <failoverdomains>
> section of the conf.  I can't find any reference to 'nofailback' in any RHCS
> doc I can find.  I'm guessing it should look like this:
>
>     <failoverdomain name="test_failover_domain" ordered="1" restricted="1"
> nofailback="1">
>         ...
>     </failoverdomain>
>
> Can someone confirm?  I will attempt to confirm this myself and will report
> back when I know for sure, but it seems to behave as I would expect.

Josef Bacik wrote it; IIRC it works only in ordered failover domains,
and doesn't prevent relocation to a node in the domain if it's running
on a node outside the domain.

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