[Pacemaker] [pacemaker] need some help regarding network failure setup in pacemaker.

Rakesh K rakirocker4236 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 20 07:32:46 EDT 2011

Jelle de Jong <jelledejong at ...> writes:
Hi Jelle de Jong

> On 20-04-11 11:44, rakesh k wrote:
> > How can we detect network failure in pacemaker configuration.
> http://www.clusterlabs.org/wiki/Pingd_with_resources_on_different_networks
> http://www.woodwose.net/thatremindsme/2011/04/the-pacemaker-ping-resource-agent/
> http://wiki.lustre.org/index.php/Using_Pacemaker_with_Lustre
> crm configure help location
> crm ra info ocf:ping
> That should give you a jup start.
> You may need to increase the corosync token.
> Kind regards,
> Jelle de Jong
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Thanks for the help

my question is 

I had gone through the scripts, where i found in 
ping_update method there is a variable called ACTIVE no.of nodes(host_list)
active based on this value, for our scenario, can we stop the
heartbeat/pacemaker process, when the host node cannot ping any other nodes in
the cluster frame work. provide me your suggestion so that it will help us in
our context.


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