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RE: [Linux-cluster] IP-based tie-breaker on a 2-node cluster?



On Thu, 2008-04-17 at 18:10 +0100, gordan bobich net wrote:
> On Thu, 17 Apr 2008, Harri Paivaniemi tietoenator com wrote:
> 
> > If you just want to have a cluster where client network can be down 
> > infinitely without cluster to take actions,
> > you have to run cluster heartbeat via cross-cable and deny cluster's 
> > link monitoring in client interface.
> >
> > Or then start using qdisk and build heuristics.
> 
> At that rate you might as well just not bother specifying a fencing device 
> - the whole cluster will just lock up until the network comes back and it 
> can re-connect and re-establish quorum.
> 
> > Note, that in RHCS 5 deadnode_timeout doesn't exist anymore in /proc. 
> > It's totem token there, but havn't checked where it lives in /proc or 
> > maby it's in /sys nowadays.
> 
> Thanks for that. :-)

It's just cluster.conf at this point.  <totem token="X"/>

It's not possible to specify different timeouts on different nodes as
you can with deadnode_timeout.  Of course, I think doing different
deadnode_timeouts is kind of nuts :D

-- Lon


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