[Pacemaker] How to config STONITH on centos using fence_ipmilan

Andrew Beekhof andrew at beekhof.net
Wed May 14 03:00:12 EDT 2014

On 12 May 2014, at 6:04 pm, david.miao <david at shannon-data.com> wrote:

> I install fence_ipmilan with the command: yum install fence-agents
> My stonith configuration is as following:
> node master
> node slave
> ...
> primitive stonith-master stonith:fence_ipmilan \
>    params ipaddr= login=root passwd=master pcmk_host_list=master pcmk_host_check=static-list action=off \
>    op monitor interval=30s
> primitive stonith-slave stonith:fence_ipmilan \
>    params ipaddr= login=root passwd=slave pcmk_host_list=slave pcmk_host_check=static-list action=off delay=15s \
>    op monitor interval=30s
> location stonith-master-mutex-master stonith-master -inf: master
> location stonith-slave-mutex-slave stonith-slave -inf: slave
> This can work, but my question is: Are the "location" above necessary?


> Can I use pcmk_host_list="some nodes" to control which nodes the fence_ipmilan agent can run on?

Where it runs isn't so important.  Particularly in a two node cluster (we'll always try it from the node not being fenced first).

> If can`t, what is the meaning of the pcmk_host_list. I have referenced to the manual but I can`t understand.

Its a list of nodes the device can shoot/fence.

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