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Re: [Linux-cluster] fence_ilo halt instead reboot



On Wed, 2010-04-14 at 23:34 +0200, Georgi Stanojevski wrote:
>         
>         In my situation I prefer to allways reboot because the
>         machines are not accesible to me. Now I have a machine halted
>         and I´m waiting for a person to push the power button. 
>         
>         
I do prefer reboot also as my cluster stack is not auto started, but
under the admin control
> 
> Don't need to wait for someone to push the button. You do have access
> (poweron/poweroff) from the ILO from the node that actually fenced the
> device, so you can power it back on your self.
> 
You can still remotely power on the system via ILO. As long as power
cords are not removed, ILO is reachable wether or not the system is
powered off
 
> alive node# fence_ilo -a 192.168.1.2 -l Administrator -p xxx -o on
> 
> Or if that doesn't work, open firefox on the alive node and access
> https://192.168.2.1 (the halted systems ilo).
> 
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