[Pacemaker] Does pingd works on openais?

Lars Marowsky-Bree lmb at suse.de
Wed Mar 19 11:32:08 EDT 2008

On 2008-03-19T11:38:41, Atanas Dyulgerov <atanas.dyulgerov at postpath.com> wrote:

> >a) write the locking RA
> Do you plan to implement such locking RA? 

Yes, eventually we will implement locking in some SCSI RA.

> I don't understand how to configure that. If I use on_fail=fence, 
> Pacemaker will fence the node? How to tell Pacemaker to fence resource?

The fencing of the resource would be implicit in the "start" - other
nodes are denied access.

> >d) have any resource that needs resource fencing depend on the lock  
> >resource (colocation)
> >
> Could please explain how to configure such collocation? Or it is not
> yet possible?

That would actually be possible right now, simply using rsc_order and
rsc_colocation constraints.


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