[Pacemaker] starting resources with failed stonith resource

Frank Van Damme frank.vandamme at gmail.com
Thu Jan 9 04:29:45 EST 2014

2014/1/8 Andrew Beekhof <andrew at beekhof.net>:
>> I don't understand it: if this means that the stonith devices have
>> failed a million times,
> We also set it to 1000000 when the start action fails.
>> why is it trying to start the mysql resource?
> It depends if any nodes need fencing.
>> It's agains Pacemaker policies to start resources on a cluster without
>> working stonith devices, isn't it?
> Not if all nodes are present and healthy.

But if they fail or disappear, they can't be killed and might have
resources still running on them?

Frank Van Damme
Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler. - Albert Einstein

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