CCS became a good tool starting in rhel 6.x, prior to that I never used it
Here is the man page: http://linux.die.net/man/8/ccs
I’m really not sure.
I’ve never heard of the css command and man css does not show results.
What I’ve read on some blogs thus far is; because the cluster is going down
in totality, you need to tell the system to ignore the quorum, stop the fencing
and then leave the cluster however, I have not heard anyone corroborate this
info. I hate being the newbie.
umount /mnt - Unmounts a GFS file system IF required
vgchange -aln - Deactivates LVM volumes (locally)
killall clvmd - Stops the CLVM daemon
fence_tool leave - Leaves the fence domain (stops fenced)
cman_tool leave remove -w - Leaves the cluster
I typically do a ccs --stopall, shutdown, startup, then because stopall disables cluster autostart i do a ccs --startall.
On Jan 24, 2013, at 3:14 PM, Steve Wegner <swegner celltrak com>
Could it be as simple as “ service rgmanager stop “ on each node, then normal shutdown?
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