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Re: [Linux-cluster] fence device LOM



I have a two-node CentOS 5.2 cluster running on Sun X4100 M2s which I
assume use a similar, if not identical, Service Processor.  I am
successfully using IPMI for fencing, here's a snippet of my cluster.conf
with the relevant info:

<clusternodes>
  <clusternode name="xen0.xen" nodeid="1" votes="1">
    <fence>
      <method name="1">
        <device lanplus="1" name="xen0-sp_IPMI"/ >
      </method>
    </fence>
  </clusternode>
  <clusternode name="xen1.xen" nodeid="2" votes="1">
    <fence>
      <method name="1">
        <device lanplus="1" name="xen1-sp_IPMI"/ >
      </method>
    </fence>
  </clusternode>
</clusternodes>
<cman expected_votes="1" two_node="1"/>
<fencedevices>
  <fencedevice agent="fence_ipmilan" ipaddr="xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx" login="xxxx" name="xen0-sp_IPMI" passwd="xxxxxx"/>
  <fencedevice agent="fence_ipmilan" ipaddr="xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx" login="xxxx" name="xen1-sp_IPMI" passwd="xxxxxx"/>
</fencedevices>

Good luck,

Emrys

On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 02:16:19PM +0100, ESGLinux wrote:
>    Thanks to all,
> 
>    I have checked the specs and I agree with you,
> 
>    In this specs you can read:
> 
>    IPMI 2.0 compliant Service Processor with embedded Lights Out Management
>    offering remote power
> 
>    so I can use it
> 
>    now I have the harder task to make it works ;-) Ill tell you when Ill
>    have it,
> 
>    Thanks again
> 
>    Greetings
> 
>    ESG
> 
>    2009/3/10 Subhendu Ghosh <[1]sghosh redhat com>
> 
>      ESGLinux wrote:
> 
>        First
> 
>        Sorry for the previous message with the same subject (gmail decided to
>        send it before i finish to write it), I continue with it
> 
>        Hello all,
> 
>        anyone knows if is it possible to use the integrated service processor
>        with embedded Lights Out Management (LOM) standard that comes with a
>        server SUN FIRE X2200 M2 as a fence device in a cluster.
> 
>        If its possible, How it can be configured? I think this is a a serial
>        device, but Im not sure. And if Im right where must I plug the
>        serial wire? Im a bit lost with this device
> 
>        thanks
> 
>        ESG
> 
>      Check the specs - I thought most of the Sun LOM boards were IPMI
>      capable. If so, fence_ipmi would work once the IPMI interface was
>      configured.
>      -subhendu
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