[Linux-cluster] quorum dissolved but resources are still alive
ajb2 at mssl.ucl.ac.uk
Tue May 31 17:56:56 UTC 2011
> With a two-node, quorum is effectively useless, as a single node is
> allowed to continue.
That's what qdiskd is for. It's also useful in larger clusters.
> Also, without proper fencing, things will not fail
> properly. This means that you are in somewhat of an undefined area.
Undefined = likely to cause data corruption.
The OP needs to sort this out first before going on to anything else.
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