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Re: [Linux-cluster] fence_ilo halt instead reboot


I have modified the cluster.conf with this:

                                <method name="1">
                                        <device name="ILONODE2" option="reboot"/>

and I have halted de machine again :-(

Perhaps the problem is in the bios as Chris said. 

I´m tryin to power up the machine with this command:

fence_ilo -a -l Administrator -p xxxx -o on
I get this message
Success: Already ON

but I can´t access the machine. :-( I have to wait again!!


2010/4/15 ESGLinux <esggrupos gmail com>

2010/4/15 brem belguebli <brem belguebli gmail com>

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 -l Administrator -p xxx -o on
> Or if that doesn't work, open firefox on the alive node and access
> (the halted systems ilo).

I tried with firefox but I didn´t know how to do it with the iLO admin interface. I suposse I also could do it with the fence_ilo command but I failed again (so I decided to go home :-( )

Now I have the machine on. I´m going to try again, 

Stay tuned ;-)


> --
> Glisha

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