[Linux-cluster] unfencing in 2.03.10

Dan Candea dan.candea at quah.ro
Wed Feb 3 09:56:36 UTC 2010

On 02/02/2010 08:58 PM, David Teigland wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 02, 2010 at 12:48:12PM +0200, Dan Candea wrote:
>> hello
>> I read on Cluster-devel list about unfencing. There were some
>> modification made, fence_node -U, but this is on cluster3. What about
>> cluster2 unfencing?
>> I'm  using fence_ifmib, the switch port through which the node is
>> accessing the shared storage is put in down state. After reboot, the
>> node joins the cluster but the port remains down, so I have to do manual
>> unfencing.
>> There something to do in this matter? or is the normal behavior?
> We never attempted to automate the unfencing prior to cluster3, so in
> cluster2 you need to set it up to run explicitly yourself, e.g. put a
> specific call to fence_ifmib in rc.local or something.
> Dave

ok. I'll take this approach. It's not something fancy to do it, but not 
elegant either :)

thank you

Dan Cândea
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