[Linux-cluster] [Q] Good documentation about command line interface??
hiroysato at gmail.com
Mon May 30 16:54:30 UTC 2011
Hello Digimer and Kaloyan
Thank you for your information.
I'll set gfs1, gfs2 and gfs3 with lowest ID (ex, 1,2,3).
I found the following Notes in fenced/recover.c
- When fenced is started, the complete list is initialized to all
the nodes in cluster.conf.
- fence_victims actually only runs on one of the nodes in the domain
so that a victim isn't fenced by everyone.
- The node to run fence_victims is the node with lowest id that's in both
complete and prev lists.
- This node will never be a node that's just joining since by definition
the joining node wasn't in the last complete group.
- An exception to this is when there is just one node in the group
in which case it's chosen even if it wasn't in the last complete group.
- There's also a leaving list that parallels the victims list but are
Here is call procedures.
2011/5/31 Digimer <linux at alteeve.com>:
> On 05/30/2011 11:30 AM, Kaloyan Kovachev wrote:
>>> actually sends the fence command. I do know that it has to come from a
>>> machine with quorum, and I do believe it is handled by the cluster
>>> manager. It's not like pacemaker where a DC is clearly defined.
>>> I'll try to sort out how the internals work and will let you know.
>> Not sure where i got this information from (i think it was on this list),
>> but for sure: the node with the lowest ID, which is quorate, will take the
>> responsibility to call the fencing script
> Indeed, you are right. :)
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