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Re: [Linux-cluster] Custom fence agents



Ralph,
Luci currently doesn't support mechanism like that. So yes, you must
patch Luci. And yes, it's highly probable, that you will lost your changes.

Regards,
  Honza


Ralph Zukeb wrote:
> 2009/4/22 Jan Friesse <jfriesse redhat com>:
>> Ralph,
>> fence agents are just files which lives in /sbin. So
>> 1. if you add new agent, yum upgrade will not touch your added new files
>> (of course, there can be special situations, like we add agent with same
>> name, where this is not true, but ...)
>> 2. if you change existing agent, you can just rename it, and you are in
>> same situation as in 1.
>>
>> Of course, in both cases, we will be happy, if you can send that
>> agent/fixes to us (for example me), and we can make it part of our GIT
>> tree and maybe officially support.
>>
>> Regards,
>>  Honza
> 
> Thanks Honza.
> 
> To get the fencing agents to show up in luci, must I patch luci, or is
> there a mechanism for adding new agents?
> I don't want to patch luci and lose changes on an update.
> 
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