[Pacemaker] Question regarding config directive 'crm yes' vs. 'crm respawn'

Andrew Beekhof beekhof at gmail.com
Fri Jan 18 03:26:04 EST 2008

On Jan 17, 2008, at 10:25 PM, Andreas Mock wrote:

> Hi all, hi Andrew,
> congratulations to the first unitized heartbeat/crm-package-set.
> In your docmentation I found this paragraph which I don't understand:
> http://clusterlabs.org/mw/Initial_Configuration#Heartbeat_2
> Therein you write '[...]or, if you plan to enable STONITH [...] crm  
> respawn [...]'.
> What do you mean with that in contrast to the directive 'crm yes'?
> Document at http://www.linux-ha.org/ha.cf states that the directive
> 'crm' just takes 'HeartbeatBoolean' which is explained in the linked
> document 'http://www.linux-ha.org/HeartbeatBoolean'.
> The document also states that 'crm yes' implies automatically the  
> following
> settings:
>        apiauth stonithd        uid=root
>        apiauth crmd            uid=hacluster
>        apiauth cib             uid=hacluster
>        respawn hacluster       ccm
>        respawn hacluster       cib
>        respawn root            stonithd
>        respawn root            lrmd
>        respawn hacluster       crmd
> 1) So, is this still true?

no.  its now (IIRC) the equivalent of


        fastfail hacluster       ccm
        fastfail hacluster       cib
        respawn root            stonithd
        respawn root            lrmd
        fastfail hacluster       crmd

> 2) Is the directive 'crm' enhanced?
> 3) What is the difference between 'crm yes' and 'crm respawn'?

'crm respawn' has the old semantics

> 4) If it's different, can this be documented?


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