[Linux-cluster] Re: Starting up two of three nodes that compose a cluster

David Teigland teigland at redhat.com
Fri Sep 21 16:05:18 UTC 2007

On Fri, Sep 21, 2007 at 06:08:29PM +0200, carlopmart wrote:
> >1. Remove that node from cluster.conf so it's not fenced every time the
> >cluster starts up.
> >
> >2. Manually override/ack the fencing operation every time it happens with:
> >fence_ack_manual -n elrond.hpulabs.org.  This will allow things to
> >continue.

>  First option it isn't possible because I can't restore cluster.conf 
> when elrond comes up on the other two nodes.
>  Second option returns me this error:
>  [root at thranduil ~]# clustat

What does clustat have to do with any of this?

> [root at thranduil ~]# fence_ack_manual -n elrond.hpulabs.org
> Warning:  If the node "elrond.hpulabs.org" has not been manually fenced
> (i.e. power cycled or disconnected from shared storage devices)
> the GFS file system may become corrupted and all its data
> unrecoverable!  Please verify that the node shown above has
> been reset or disconnected from storage.
> Are you certain you want to continue? [yN] y
> can't open /tmp/fence_manual.fifo: No such file or directory

That looks like the old RHEL4/cluster-1.0 version of fence_ack_manual...


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