[Linux-cluster] What's the proper way to shut down my cluster?
crosa at redhat.com
Tue Nov 10 14:28:50 UTC 2009
If this is RHEL5, then "#service cman stop" will attempt to shutdown all
associated daemons (fenced, for instance). Maybe it's just me, but I
find it quite unreliable...
IMHO, the best options are:
1) Use the "leave cluster" functionality from luci
2) Do it manually, something like:
- umount gfs
- # service clvmd stop
- # service rgmanager stop
- # fence_tool leave ...
- # cman_tool leave remove ...
On Tue, 2009-11-10 at 09:14 -0500, Jon Erickson wrote:
> So I was wondering what the proper way to shut down a cluster is? The
> CMAN faq says to use 'cman_tool leave remove', but the Redhat docs say
> to run 'service cman stop'.
Cleber Rodrigues <crosa at redhat.com>
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