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Re: [Linux-cluster] operation configuration: start timeout



On Fri, 2008-04-18 at 15:55 +0200, Matthias Schlarb wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> how can I add a start timeout for a cluster resource in cluster.conf? 

Currently, these are present but not enforced.

A simple timeout to start is not a "clean" failure case; the stop phase
of the script would need to be called, and the stop phase would need to
complete successfully in order to allow starting the resource on a
different node in the cluster.

A timeout exceeded on "stop" would make the resource mostly
unrecoverable (requiring manual intervention).

A timeout exceeded on "status" would probably mean a failure (right?)

-- Lon


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