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

David Morton david.morton at eroad.co.nz
Wed Jan 23 16:40:37 EST 2013

Indeed ... thats the correct behavior as it was still an active cluster
member, it just happens to not be running any resources as its in standby.
If you shutdown (gracefully) openais and its showing happily as 'offline'
on the remaining node(s) then all will be well.

On 24 January 2013 10:28, Brian J. Murrell <brian at interlinx.bc.ca> wrote:

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