[Linux-cluster] Post-Join Delay?

Martin Fuerstenau martin.fuerstenau at oce.com
Tue Mar 17 10:04:42 UTC 2009


this is from my cluster.conf:

	<fence_daemon post_fail_delay="420" post_join_delay="600"/>
It works well for me. The problem with the defaults is that an upcoming
node is fenced before it is completely up

Senior System Engineer

Océ Printing Systems GmbH
On Mon, 2009-03-16 at 16:43 +0000, kali mero wrote:
> Hi all,
> While I was reading the documentation I came across an awkward
> statement:
> "The Post-Join Delay parameter is the number of seconds the fence
> daemon (fenced) waits before fencing a node after the node joins the
> fence domain. The Post-Join Delay default value is 3. A typical
> setting for Post-Join Delay is between 20 and 30 seconds, but can vary
> according to cluster and network performance."
> I usually leave this in the default value, but the docs refer to
> something in between 20 and 30.
> So, what are your usually settings for this parameters?
> What is your recommendation?
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