[Pacemaker] node1 fencing itself after node2 being fenced

Nikita Staroverov nsforth at gmail.com
Wed Feb 5 23:30:35 EST 2014

> Some archive messages seem to suggest that clvmd should be started 
> outside of the cluster at system boot (cman -> clvmd -> pacemaker), 
> however, my personal preference would be to have these services 
> managed by the cluster infrastructure, which is why I am attempting to 
> set it up in this manner.
> Is there anyone else out there that may be running a similar 
> configuration dlm/clvmd/[gfs/gfs2/ocfs] under pacemaker control?
Why do you need clvmd as a cluster resource? If you start clvmd outside 
of a cluster your problem will be no problem at all.

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