Hi, I am trying to create a cluster the Red Hat style. I am using cman t ostart services like fenced, dlm_controld, gfs_controld and corosync. At the moment I do not have fencing implemented. I start the fenced with the option "-c" because we start the cluster only manually. Basically we want to use a GFS2 file system. Everything works fine up to this point. But in a split-brain situation both nodes wait for the fencing forever. This would be OK. The admin could poweroff one machine. But how can I release the lock on the other machine because it is still waiting for the success of the fencing. Is there any command that tells the fenced on the surviving machine that fencing was done manually and it can continue with its operation? Thanks for hints. -- Dr. Michael Schwartzkopff Guardinistr. 63 81375 München Tel: (0163) 172 50 98 Fax: (089) 620 304 13
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