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Re: [Linux-cluster] Disable fencing in a non-shared storage cluster



Yes, if you are not using GFS, then why start the fencing daemon at all?  It's only required for GFS.





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On Wed, 2009-04-01 at 08:20 +0800, Denis Anthony Dowling/Twn/TUV wrote:

I'm trying to configure a high availability cluster for Squid. There will be no shared storage device. The problem relates to the time required for starting and stopping the fencing daemon. Is it possible just to disable this?
I've tried the "clean_start=0" and "post_join_delay=-1" but without success.



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