[Pacemaker] Slave does not get become Master after unplugging power cable at master

hj lee kerdosa at gmail.com
Mon Aug 17 18:18:34 EDT 2009


I defined stonith:ssh, they are running in both machines as a clone. How is
the stonith related to promoting standby? When the Pacemaker detects master
node was gone in cluster, then why doesn't Pacemaker promote the standby?

Thanks very much

On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 4:00 PM, Dejan Muhamedagic <dejanmm at fastmail.fm>wrote:

> >
> > I am very simple Master/Slave in RHEL 5.3 with pacemaker 1.0.4 and
> heartbea
> > 2.99. I unplugged the power cable at the master machine, and I expected
> the
> > slave becomes master. But the slave stays at slave state. Is this correct
> > behavior or a bug? How does Pacemaker (or heartbeat) handle this kind of
> > sudden power off?
> You probably didn't define fencing (stonith).
> Thanks,
> Dejan
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