[Pacemaker] How to calculate manually the score of the node by yourself using cibadmin command

Andrew Beekhof andrew at beekhof.net
Wed Jun 4 20:06:43 EDT 2014

On 5 Jun 2014, at 4:24 am, Jacob Nikom <JNikom at kivasystems.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I have problem with highest preferred node score calculation.
> I have two exactly the same resources resource1 and resource2
> with the same colocation constraints.
> However, during the execution resource1 goes to node1, but another
> resource - resource2 - goes to node2, while it should go to the same
> node1.

You tried colocation? Or is that not what you want?

> I would like to check the score calculation.
> I can ran commands:
> cibadmin --query --obj_type constraints
> cibadmin --query --obj_type resources

Thats good, but we cant see the output unless you attach it.

> Is it possible to calculate the each node score manually
> using the output of those commands?
> Best regards,
> Jacob Nikom
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