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Re: [Linux-cluster] Some problems using fence_vmware_ng under ESXi 4



On Wed, 14 Oct 2009 17:50:34 +0200, carlopmart wrote
> Jan Friesse wrote:
> > Carlopmart,
> > it's not problem of fence_vmware_ng and definitively not malfunction.
> > Cluster is trying to keep all possible nodes going. So what will happend:
> > - You will boot node01
> > - This will start fencing, and finds out, that node02 isn't running (is
> > falled, ...) -> fence node2

you may change post_join_delay to something bigger than 3sec to delay the
fencing of node2 or to start fenced with -c (clean start) if you want to avoid
fencing of node2 completely

> > - Node2 is fenced and starts
> > 
> > Regards,
> >   Honza
> > 
> Thanks Jan for your explanation.
> 
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