[Linux-cluster] quorum disk votes

Hunt, Gary Gary_Hunt at gallup.com
Wed Mar 18 21:23:20 UTC 2009

Is there a way to get a cluster node to recognize that the number of votes a quorum disk gets has changed?  I added a new node to the cluster and updated the cluster.conf to reflect the changes and propagated it.  In this case I went from 3 total votes and a quorum disk vote of 1 to 5 total votes and quorum disk votes of 2.

A cman_tool status showed that the total expected votes went to 5, but the quorum device votes stayed at 1.  A reboot of the node fixes this, but would like to do this without risking disruption



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