[Pacemaker] Manual fence confirmation by stonith_admin doesn't work again.

Andrew Beekhof andrew at beekhof.net
Fri Feb 7 02:43:42 EST 2014

On 22 Jan 2014, at 2:52 pm, Bob Haxo <bhaxo at sgi.com> wrote:

> I have filed a bug, including crm_report, against my encounter with what seems to be the issue being referred to in this thread. 
> Bug 5191 - pcs stonith confirm server doesn't

Didn't you file one with RH too?  Just one is enough :-)
Current state is... why on earth doesn't fenced leave the "manual ack" pipe open for longer than 3s!

> "stonith_admin --confirm=server" appears to behave the same as "pcs stonith confirm server"
> I found  "fence_ack_manual server" to successfully provided the needed ack that stonith has been successful.
> Bob Haxo
> On Mon, 2014-01-13 at 14:58 +1100, Andrew Beekhof wrote:
>> On 10 Jan 2014, at 3:54 pm, Nikita Staroverov <nsforth at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > 
>> >>>> There is no-one to tell yet.
>> >>>> We have to wait for cman to decide something needs fencing before pacemaker can perform the notification.
>> >>>> 
>> >>> if I get you right i need own fencing agent that doing manual confirmed fence action with cman+pacemaker configurations, do i?
>> >> No.  Manual fencing confirmations can only work after CMAN asks for the node to be fenced.  You can't tell it in advance.
>> > I'll try to explain my problem again. :)
>> > in my test setup cluster member  was manually powered off by me and fence device was powered off too.
>> > crm_mon shows host as offline unclean.
>> > cman shows that host needs fencing and try to do that by fence_pcmk.
>> > Fence agent in pacemaker can't do that because fence device is unreacheable.
>> > i do stonith_admin -C for node. After that crm_mon shows host as offline. cman tries to do fencing indefinitly.
>> > I think pacemaker doesn't notify cman that fencing was confirmed by sysadmin.
>> Code seems to be trying to...
>> Do you see any logs from tengine_stonith_notify after you run stonith_admin?
>> crm_report?
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