[Linux-cluster] fencing devices in redhat cluster

Mike Kemelmakher mike at ubxess.com
Thu Aug 27 13:35:04 UTC 2009

As far as i know - fencing is required when you have to create two-node

Just finished such configuration on two IBM blades. We had to integrate
redhat cluster with IBM bladecenter management in order to get working


2009/8/27 Jalil Faridzadegan <jfaridzadegan at hotmail.com>

>  Hi,
> Are fencing devices always required in a redhat cluster configuration or
> optional?
> Thanks a lot,
> J. Farid
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