[Pacemaker] Disabling failover for a resource

emmanuel segura emi2fast at gmail.com
Mon May 27 03:25:46 EDT 2013

Hello Angel

I think you can use colocation constrain, for more info read doc


2013/5/27 Angel L. Mateo <amateo at um.es>

> Hello,
>         I have configured a active/passive cluster for my dovecot server.
> Now I want to add to it a resource for running the backup service. I want
> this resource to be run on the same node that the dovecot resource, but I
> don't want it to produce any failover. I mean, if dovecot resource is move
> to another node, then it should be moved too; but it the backup resource
> fails, then nothing has to be done with other resources.
>         Is it enough for this just disabling monitoring in the resource?
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