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Re: [Linux-cluster] Normal startup vs startup due to failover on cluster node - can they be distinguished?



Kind reminder on this.

Any inputs would be of great help. Basically I intend to have SNMP traps generated to notify failures and failover while using RHCS.

Thanks,
Parvez

On Fri, Nov 23, 2012 at 2:54 PM, satya suresh kolapalli <kolapallisatya531 gmail com> wrote:
Hi,

send the script which you have



On 23 November 2012 10:55, Parvez Shaikh <parvez h shaikh gmail com> wrote:
> Hi experts,
>
> I am using Red Hat Cluster available on RHEL 5.5. And it doesn't have any
> inbuilt mechanism to generate SNMP traps in failures of resources or
> failover of services from one node to another.
>
> I have a script agent, which starts, stops and checks status of my
> application. Is it possible that in a script resource - to distinguish
> between normal startup of service / resource vs startup of service/resource
> in response to failover / failure handling? Doing so would help me write
> code to generate alarms if startup of service / resource (in my case a
> process) is due to failover (not normal startup).
>
> Further is it possible to get information such as cause of failure(leading
> to failover), and previous cluster node on which service / resource was
> running(prior to failover)?
>
> This would help to provide as much information as possible in traps
>
> Thanks,
> Parvez
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