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[Linux-cluster] Making fence to leave the JOIN_START_WAIT status



Hi,

 

I’m building a two node cluster (three nodes in future), and I’d like to prevent nodes from start whenever other nodes does not join the cluster. However, I don’t like the idea of fencing a node is not part of the cluster in an uncontrolled way when other node is forming a new cluster (let’s say, while patching the system). I’ve found a nice way to do so by configuring clean_start to 0 and post_join_delay to “-1". With this configuration fence daemon will not try to fence the nodes out of the cluster and will wait until the rest of nodes join the cluster in this status:

 

[root jimenez1 admin]# group_tool

type             level name       id       state      

fence            0     default    00010001 JOIN_START_WAIT

[1]

dlm              1     rgmanager  00020001 none       

[1]

 

[root jimenez1 admin]# clustat

Cluster Status for ext_test @ Tue Dec 29 15:01:54 2009

Member Status: Quorate

 

 Member Name                                                     ID   Status

 ------ ----                                                     ---- ------

 hb-jimenez1                                                         1 Online, Local

 hb-jimenez2                                                         2 Offline

 

This is the behavior I want, however, there is still a problem. I’d like to be able to manually start the cluster in that node by means of a command or something like that. I’ve seen in the past I could use fence_tool with –c option to leave the JOIN_START_WAIT status and let the cluster start with only one node. However, this options does not seem to be available in my version (I’m using RHEL 5.3) and cman version cman-2.0.115-1.el5_4.9.

 

With this configuration, is there any way to start the cluster manually in only one node without reconfiguring the cluster? Is there any other configuration that allows me to have the same functionality?

 

Best regards,

 

Alfredo Moralejo
Business Platforms Engineering - OS Servers - UNIX Senior Specialist

F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd.

Global Informatics Group Infrastructure
Josefa Valcárcel, 40
28027 Madrid SPAIN

Phone: +34 91 305 97 87

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