[Pacemaker] Node stuck in pending state

Digimer lists at alteeve.ca
Wed Apr 9 13:42:15 EDT 2014

I know what you're talking about. I'm often on the receiving side of 
unhelpful responses when I ask for help (outside of clustering, 
usually). It can be extremely annoying and having people speak up can 
really help improve the friendliness of a community. Only thing I'd 
suggest is to do so in a less angry tone, as you catch more flies with 
honey instead of vinegar, as they say. :)


On 09/04/14 01:38 PM, Michael Monette wrote:
> Sorry if I was rude towards you. I just feel like I see this sort of
> thing a lot(other lists) and I guess this time I wanted to just say
> something.. I wish I could have helped him myself.
> Mike
> On April 9, 2014 1:34:42 PM EDT, Digimer <lists at alteeve.ca> wrote:
>     On 09/04/14 01:09 PM, Michael Monette wrote:
>         Maybe he's looking for a reason as to why his stonith is
>         failing. You
>         are basically just repeating to him his stonith is failing...and he
>         already knows because it says so like 20 times in the logs he
>         posted.
>         You got too caught up on giving him how to post in mailing list
>         tutorials to actually try and help him..if this stonith was
>         failing for
>         you..what would your next move be?
>     You'll notice I replied to the original message before the double-post.
>     So my comments to Gene on threading are unrelated.
>     I went no further than pointing out the fence failure because I wanted
>     to see how Gene replied. If, as was the case, he had no experience with
>     fencing, then my reply would be longer and more detailed, as it was. If
>     however, he understood the roll of fencing and just missed the error
>     messages, then I wouldn't need to write so much.
>     Now please relax, getting worked up over things like this is bad for
>     your health. :)
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