Those machines should have some ALOM/ILOM/whatever mechanism which you could use for power fencing e.g. ...
You should check whether a corresponding fence agent exists then.
Am 13.09.2012 10:11, schrieb Ben .T.George:
thanks for your reply..But on this test setup how can i configure fencing..i am running 2 Sun X4200 machine.and the freenas is used to create Iscsi.
my current NFS setup is working perfectly..and in the production setup , i need to implement this on cisco UCS. i saw cisco UCS is there under fencing options
please help me add three more nfs shares to my existing configuration..
On Thu, Sep 13, 2012 at 9:53 AM, digimer <lists alteeve ca> wrote:
Please add fencing. Without it, the first time a node fails, your cluster will hang (by design). Most servers have IPMI (or similar), so you can probably use fence_ipmilan or one of the brand-specific agents like fence_ilo for HP's iLO.
On 09/13/2012 02:44 AM, Ben .T.George wrote:
i manually created a cluster.conf file and copied to my 2 nodes..now
it's working fine with one one NFS HA sare.i need to add three more shares..
please check this http://pastebin.com/eM08vrC5 this is my cluster.conf
how can i add three more shares to this cluster.conf file.?
please help..i got stacked with project.after testing this setup i need
to implement on production
On Wed, Sep 12, 2012 at 10:35 PM, Jan Pokorný <jpokorny redhat com
<mailto:jpokorny redhat com>> wrote:Linux-cluster redhat com <mailto:Linux-cluster redhat com>
On 12/09/12 16:39 +0300, Ben .T.George wrote:
> i created 2 node cluster with RHEL6 by using redhat cluster suite.
> i joined cluster nodes by using LUCI
> i created one IP as resource and source as that IP i created.
> i started cluster , but on luci status showing like disabled.but
that IP is
> pining and it is added on node2
> ip addr is showing that ip.
> #clustat is showing both nodes online.
actually thanks for bringing up what showed up to be a real issue .
Could you please try "service modclusterd start" across the nodes
making the service persistent with chkconfig) to see if it helps you?
In the mean time, this should be a workaround in such cases;
more decent solution for this bug is underway.
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