[Pacemaker] node1 fencing itself after node2 being fenced

Andrew Beekhof andrew at beekhof.net
Thu Feb 6 22:50:07 EST 2014

On 6 Feb 2014, at 3:33 pm, Digimer <lists at alteeve.ca> wrote:

> On 05/02/14 11:30 PM, Nikita Staroverov wrote:
>>> 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.
> You need DLM and DLM comes from cman.

Yes, but it shouldn't be a cluster resource.
Use chkconfig to enable it and let the cman/pacemaker init script start it.

Red Hat should have this documented somewhere...

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