[Pacemaker] Pacemaker Managed Service Not Started

Digimer lists at alteeve.ca
Wed Jun 25 11:17:42 EDT 2014

The reason I mentioned it now is that, many times, strange problems go 
away once stonith is working. I always recommend the build order of 
'configure nodes -> configure/test stonith -> everything else'. It helps 
a lot in separating infrastructure issues from configuration issues.

As for the password, there are already many things you trust to files. 
For example, your id_rsa file has enough information to cause problems 
already. :)

I often put IPMI passwords in a small executable file, and I know many 
others do as well. Set it to be 700 and you should be safe.

On 25/06/14 04:21 AM, Ariel S wrote:
> Thank you for your reply, I am aware of STONITH resource named
> external/vcenter (or external/vmware I'm not sure at this moment).
> The setup is more involved and somehow requires more software
> installation and writing a password to my hypervisor in a file (which I
> feel uneasy), but I postpone all that at least until all my services run
> at the places that I set them to run.
> Thank you.
> On 25/06/14 12:47, Digimer wrote:
>> On 25/06/14 01:43 AM, Ariel S wrote:
>>>              stonith-enabled="false" \
>>>              no-quorum-policy="ignore" \
>> This may or may not relate to you problem, but you *must* have stonith
>> configured and tested, specially in 2-node clusters where you can't
>> use quorum.
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