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Re: [Linux-cluster] where exactly cluster services are stoppped during shutdown?



On Thu, 2009-09-10 at 13:29 +0200, Gianluca Cecchi wrote:
> Hello,
> suppose that I have a service srvname defined in chkconfig and I would
> like to insert it as a resource/service in my cluster.conf
> (version 3 of cluster as found in f11, but thanks for answer for
> version 2 as in rhel 5 if different)
> So my cluster.conf is something like this:
>                 <resources>
>                         <script file="/etc/init.d/srvname"
> name="SRV1"/>
>                 </resources>
>                 <service domain="SRV1" autostart="1" name="SRV1">
>                 <script ref="SRV1"/>
>                 </service>
> To have the service to be managed only by cluster I have to do:
> 
> chkconfig --del srvname
> 
> SO now the question is: to understand correctly how to manage eventual
> interactions with other init scripts, where and how exactly the
> service srvname will be stopped when I run
> 
> shutdown -h now 
> or
> shutdown -r now

rgmanager is among the first things to stop if chkconfig'd on

> Which one of the init script related is responsible to do a "srvname
> stop" and when?

/etc/init.d/rgmanager

> I presume rgmanager but I would like confirmation.

Confirmed.

> Is it correct to leave "as is" the init script in general if it is a
> standard provided one or do I have to change it to be correctly
> managed as a cluster script?

It should be fine to leave it as an initscript.

-- Lon


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