[Linux-cluster] Fence Issue on BL 460C G6
bturner at redhat.com
Wed Oct 27 17:18:30 UTC 2010
My guess is there is a problem with fencing. Are you running fence_ilo with an HP blade? Iirc the iLOs on the blades have a different CLI, I don't think fence_ilo will work with them. What do you see in the messages files during these events? If you see failed fence messages you may want to look into using fence_ipmilan:
If you post a snip of your messages file from this event and your cluster.conf I will have a better idea of what is going on.
----- "Wahyu Darmawan" <wahyu at vivastor.co.id> wrote:
> Hi all,
> For fencing, I’m using HP iLO and server is BL460c G6. Problem is
> resource is start moving to the passive when the failed node is power
> on. It is really strange for me. For example, I shutdown the node1 and
> physically remove the node1 machine from the blade chassis and monitor
> the clustat output, clustat was still showing that the resource is on
> node 1, even node 1 is power down and removed from c7000 blade
> chassis. But when I plugged again the failed node1 on the c7000 blade
> chassis and it power-on, then clustat is showing that the resource is
> start moving to the passive node from the failed node.
> I’m powering down the blade server with power button in front of it,
> then we remove it from the chassis, If we face the hardware problem in
> our active node and the active node goes down then how the resource
> move to the passive node. In addition, When I rebooted or shutdown the
> machine from the CLI, then the resource moves successfully from the
> passive node. Furthurmore, When I shutdown the active node with
> "shutdown -hy 0" command, after shuting down the active node
> automatically restart.
> Please help me.
> Many Thanks,
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