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Re: [Linux-cluster] fence method for vmware images



Hello,

I´ll try it,

thanks for your help

ESG

2009/4/22 Jan Friesse <jfriesse redhat com>
ESG,
vmware is currently not supported in Luci. You can change it by direct
edit of your cluster.conf configuration file. Please refer
http://sources.redhat.com/cluster/wiki/VMware_FencingConfig, how to do
it (there is example).

Regards,
 Honza



ESGLinux wrote:
> Hello,
>
> Thanks for your answer,
>
> I´m using conga tu manage my cluster and the fence devices it allows me to
> configure are this:
>
>         <option name="fence_apc" value="fence_apc">APC Power Switch</option>
>       <option name="fence_wti" value="fence_wti">WTI Power Switch</option>
>
>       <option name="fence_brocade" value="fence_brocade">Brocade Fabric
> Switch</option>
>       <option name="fence_mcdata" value="fence_mcdata">McData SAN Switch</option>
>       <option name="fence_sanbox2" value="fence_sanbox2">QLogic SANbox2</option>
>       <option name="fence_vixel" value="fence_vixel">Vixel SAN Switch</option>
>       <option name="fence_gnbd" value="fence_gnbd">GNBD</option>
>       <option name="fence_egenera" value="fence_egenera">Egenera SAN
> Controller</option>
>
>       <option name="fence_bladecenter" value="fence_bladecenter">IBM Blade
> Center</option>
>       <option name="fence_bullpap" value="fence_bullpap">Bull PAP</option>
>       <option name="fence_xvm" value="fence_xvm">Virtual Machine Fencing</option>
>       <option name="fence_scsi" value="fence_scsi">SCSI Fencing</option>
>
>
>
> how can I configure vmware_fence?
>
>
> greetings
>
> ESG
>
> 2009/4/22 Jan Friesse <jfriesse redhat com>
>
>> ESG,
>> in RHEL 5.3 is included vmware_fence agent. Please try to look to man
>> page and/or http://sources.redhat.com/cluster/wiki/VMware_FencingConfig
>> (<--- includes new version of agent for ESX/ESXi and Server 2 (not
>> supported in RHEL 5.3 default version)).
>>
>> Regards,
>>  Honza
>>
>> ESGLinux wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>>
>>> I´m testing a two node cluster using  a VMWare Server with two images
>>> running the nodes.
>>>
>>> I have seen that there is a fence method for virtual machines (I suspect
>>> that only for Xen images, but I´m not sure).
>>>
>>> So, my question is which is the best fence method for this scenario (I
>> have
>>> not fence hardware at all)
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>>
>>> ESG
>>>
>>>
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