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Re: [Linux-cluster] Adding a stop timeout to a VM service using 'ccs'



On 03/18/2014 08:27 PM, Digimer wrote:
Hi all,

   I would like to tell rgmanager to give more time for VMs to stop. I want this:

<vm name="vm01-win2008" domain="primary_n01" autostart="0"
path="/shared/definitions/" exclusive="0" recovery="restart" max_restarts="2"
restart_expire_time="600">
   <action name="stop" timeout="10m" />
</vm>

I already use ccs to create the entry:

<vm name="vm01-win2008" domain="primary_n01" autostart="0"
path="/shared/definitions/" exclusive="0" recovery="restart" max_restarts="2"
restart_expire_time="600"/>

via:

ccs -h localhost --activate --sync --password "secret" \
  --addvm vm01-win2008 \
  --domain="primary_n01" \
  path="/shared/definitions/" \
  autostart="0" \
  exclusive="0" \
  recovery="restart" \
  max_restarts="2" \
  restart_expire_time="600"

I'm hoping it's a simple additional switch. :)

Unfortunately currently ccs doesn't support setting resource actions. However it's my understanding that rgmanager doesn't check timeouts unless __enforce_timeouts is set to "1". So you shouldn't be seeing a vm resource go to failed if it takes a long time to stop. Are you trying to make the vm resource fail if it takes longer than 10 minutes to stop?


Thanks!



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