[Pacemaker] stonith on node-add

Lars Marowsky-Bree lmb at suse.com
Thu Jan 31 06:13:31 EST 2013

On 2013-01-30T14:51:33, Matthew O'Connor <matt at ecsorl.com> wrote:

> Hi!  I must be doing something stupidly wrong...  every time I add a new
> node to my live cluster, the first thing the cluster decides to do is
> STONITH the node, and despite any precautions I take (other than
> flat-out disabling STONITH during the reconfiguration).  Is this
> normal?  I'm currently running (sadly) Pacemaker 1.1.5.  It's not a big
> deal, just inconvenient, though it disturbs me regarding the stability
> of the other cluster nodes - not that they go down, but I want to know
> that what I'm doing isn't putting them at risk, either.

How are you adding the node?

If it shows up via the corosync membership, this shouldn't happen.

If you add it manually to the CIB first, the startup-fencing will kick
in. "Don't do that." ;-)


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