[Linux-cluster] Fencing using iDRAC/ Dell M600
David J Craigon
david at craigon.co.uk
Wed Jul 30 10:12:55 UTC 2008
Are you sure you are using an actual M600 blade chassis? On the ones
I've got, they speak a different language after the telnet from other
DRAC cards, hence the problem.
2008/7/29 Brandon Young <bkyoung at gmail.com>:
> I use this method of fencing on my cluster. With RHCS, there is a supplied
> fencing script for DRAC cards. The trick is you have to enable telnet on
> the DRAC cards for the supplied script to work (you can either do this
> through the web interface, or install the Dell Management Software and issue
> some command I don't remember right now). Since the DRAC cards are (should
> be) on a private network, this is not too bad of a problem.
> On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 10:42 AM, David J Craigon <david at craigon.co.uk>
>> I've been given the job of getting a box of Dell blades (an M600)
>> fencing correctly using the onboard DRACs (which Dell call an iDRAC).
>> As far as I can tell, no one has done this- none of the existing
>> fence_ scripts appear to do the trick. The command line interface is
>> very different from a traditional Dell DRAC.
>> Has anyone already done this? I'm going to write a fence script to do
>> this, but I thought I'd check before I wasted my time.
>> Thanks everyone,
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