[Pacemaker] [pacemaker] 1 resource on each node

Pascal BERTON pascal.berton3 at free.fr
Tue Feb 4 11:29:50 EST 2014



I think that the score values you set in your location rules are meant to do
that, aren’t they ?






De : Loick Pelet [mailto:lpelet at inverse.ca] 
Envoyé : mardi 4 février 2014 14:07
À : The Pacemaker cluster resource manager
Objet : [Pacemaker] [pacemaker] 1 resource on each node


Hi folks,


I have two servers configured in HA with corosync/pacemaker and 2 resources,

the first is a MySQL database and the second is Suricata.

Because of the load, I need to make the database running on the first node

and Suricata on the second one.

And if there is a fail-over I need that resources move on the other node and

if it left only one node, I want sacrifice Suricata


I have read some manual pages but I did not find any colocation rule or any

resource type that can make two resources running on oposite cluster node.


If anyone has an idea to help me, thank you in advance.






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