[Linux-cluster] power controller is interal/loss of pwer prevents failover: any ideas
rodgersr at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 11 15:52:37 UTC 2006
Graceful shutdown? The question I also have is:
In a two node cluster when you shoutdown (shutdown/reboot command)
the active node should this cause a failover?
----- Original Message ----
From: Riaan van Niekerk <riaan at obsidian.co.za>
To: linux clustering <linux-cluster at redhat.com>
Sent: Monday, September 11, 2006 8:31:14 AM
Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] power controller is interal/loss of pwer prevents failover: any ideas
Lon Hohberger wrote:
> On Fri, 2006-09-08 at 11:16 -0700, Rick Rodgers wrote:
>> Does anyone know of a good solution to providing good failover
>> for somthing like a Dell 1850? The issue here is that the power
>> souce plug in the back provides power for both the internal power
>> and the node itself. So if you pull the cord it will not failover
>> it can not Stonith the failed node (power controller is down also).
> Generally, you can't handle this without external fencing.
> -- Lon
Lon - having reread that previous posting of yours, and esp the last
(c) ... If a host does a "graceful shutdown" when
you fence it via IPMI, you need to disable ACPI on that host (e.g. boot
with acpi=off). The server should turn off immediately (or within 4-5
seconds, like when holding an ATX power button in to force a machine
Just so I am absolutely sure about this: Is the above the only scenario
when would have to disable ACPI? e.g. a graceful shutdown is easy to
spot. If I don't see one in the logs, that means I can leave ACPI on?
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