[Pacemaker] best/proper way to shut down a node for service

Brian J. Murrell brian at interlinx.bc.ca
Wed Jan 23 16:28:40 EST 2013

On 13-01-23 03:32 AM, Dan Frincu wrote:
> Hi,


> I usually put the node in standby, which means it can no longer run
> any resources on it. Both Pacemaker and Corosync continue to run, node
> provides quorum.

But a node in standby will still be STONITHed if it goes AWOL.  I put a
node in standby and then yanked it's power and it's peer started STONITH
operations on it.  That's the part I want to avoid.


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