[Pacemaker] Avoid monitoring of resources on nodes

Daniel Dehennin daniel.dehennin at baby-gnu.org
Tue Nov 25 17:27:26 EST 2014

David Vossel <dvossel at redhat.com> writes:

> actually, this is possible now. I am unaware of any configuration tools (pcs or
> crmsh) that support this feature yet though. You might have to edit the cib xml
> manually.
> There's a new 'resource-discovery' option you can set on a location constraint
> that help prevent resources from ever being started or monitored on a node.
> Example: never start or monitor the resource FAKE1 on 18node2.
> <rsc_location id="location-FAKE1-18node2" node="18node2" resource-discovery="never" rsc="FAKE1" score="-INFINITY"/>
> There are more examples in this regression test.
> https://github.com/ClusterLabs/pacemaker/blob/master/pengine/test10/resource-discovery.xml#L99

Thanks a lot.

I'll try find how to make the change directly in XML.

Daniel Dehennin
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