[Linux-cluster] Redhat without qdisk
rohara at redhat.com
Thu Apr 12 15:51:05 UTC 2012
On 04/12/2012 10:18 AM, emmanuel segura wrote:
> That's right
> you'll found your cluster partitioned and if you "<cman two_node="1"
> expected_votes="1">" as redhat setting our cluster maybe you get data
How? What fence agent are you using? I've used this configuration for
years and never had data corruption.
> Because every node can operate with one vote an rich the quorum state
> Forse the fencing problem redhat implement a work around as permanent
> fence delay for some cluster agents
> For fence_scsi in Redhat 5.X the redhat support says it's ok for production
> BAAAAA not tre
What are you concerns about fence_scsi?
> AND i the redhat technical tells the cluster don't require the quorum disk
Can you explain why qdisk would be required?
> Il giorno 12 aprile 2012 16:47, Daniel Bourque
> <dbourque at accuweather.com>ha scritto:
>> A qdisk is just another way to maintain quorum in cluster. there is a
>> special two node cluster mode designed to allow for quorum to be maintained
>> by the surviving node.
>> <cman two_node="1" expected_votes="1">
>> But it's not very clear to me what happens with fencing if both nodes
>> get partitioned on the network. Do they both try to fence each other off ?
>> *From:* linux-cluster-bounces at redhat.com [linux-cluster-bounces at redhat.com]
>> on behalf of emmanuel segura [emi2fast at gmail.com]
>> *Sent:* Thursday, April 12, 2012 9:25 AM
>> *To:* linux clustering
>> *Subject:* [Linux-cluster] Redhat without qdisk
>> Hello all List
>> I have a big question about qdisk in a two cluster
>> one of out clients has too many cluster in two nodes configuration and one
>> RedHat technical came to us and said that there is no need to use the
>> I would to know if this is true
>> I really think it's a bad idea
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