[Pacemaker] Resource Group Questions - Start/Stop Order

Andrew Beekhof andrew at beekhof.net
Tue Jul 26 21:52:36 EDT 2011

On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 2:36 AM, Bobbie Lind <blind at sms-fed.com> wrote:
> Hi group,
> I am running a 6 node system, 4 of which mount the LUNs for my Lustre file
> system.  I currently have 29 LUNs per server set up in 4 Resource Groups.  I
> understand the default startup/shudown order of the resource but I was
> wondering if there is a way to override that and have all the resources in
> the group startup or shutdown at the same time.  Ideally what I am looking
> for is all the resources in the group OSS1group to startup and shutdown at
> the same time since none of them are dependent on each other, they just
> belong on the same server.

I'd suggest just not using a group in this case.
If all you want is colocation, use a colocation set.

> I found this thread here
> http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/linuxha/pacemaker/60893 which talks
> about non-ordered groups and I think that is what I need but I am at a loss
> as to how to find the parameters/attributes of the group to set it up.
> Is it possible to override the default action of the resource group's
> startup/shutdown order?  Can someone point me to some documentation where I
> can find the available parameters that can be set for groups?
> I have attached my configuration in case it's needed and I am running
> Pacemaker 1.0.11
> Bobbie Lind
> Systems Engineer
> Solutions Made Simple, Inc (SMSi)
> 703-296-3087 (Cell)
> blind at sms-fed.com
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