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RE: [Linux-cluster] fence_scsi agent on RHEL 4.5



Hello Maciej;

Please find attached my cluster.conf file.

 

Thanks.

Abdel..

 

-----Original Message-----
From: linux-cluster-bounces redhat com [mailto:linux-cluster-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Maciej Bogucki
Sent: Friday, September 14, 2007 5:39 AM
To: linux clustering
Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] fence_scsi agent on RHEL 4.5

 

Sadek, Abdel napisał(a):

> I am running a 2-node cluster with RHEL 4.5 Native cluster. I am using

> scsi persistent reservation as my fencing device. I have noticed when I

> shutdown one of the nodes, the fence_scsi agent on the surviving node

> fails to fence the dying node. I get the following message:

>

> Sep 11 16:18:13 troy fenced[3614]: agent "fence_scsi" reports: parse

> error: unknown option "nodename=porsche"

>

> Sep 11 16:18:13 troy fenced[3614]: fence "porsche" failed

>

> 

>

> it looks like the fence_scsi command is executed using with the nodename

> parameter instead of the –n option.

>

> when I run fence_scsi  -h I get the following (there is no nodename

> parameter)

>

> Usage

>

> fence_scsi [options]

>

> Options

>

>   -n <node>        IP address or hostname of node to fence

>

>   -h               usage

>

>   -V               version

>

>   -v               verbose

>

> 

>

> But the man page of the fence_scsi command talks about using both the

> “–n” and “nodename=” options.

>

> So, how do I make the fence_scsi run with the –n instead of the

> nodename= option?

 

Hello,

 

Please attache Your cluster.conf file

 

Best Regards

Maciej Bogucki

 

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