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Mon Aug 24 14:00:48 EDT 2015
The cluster.conf is needed by cman, and in RHEL 6, pacemaker needs to
use cman as the quorum provider. So you need a skeleton cluster.conf and
it is different from cib.xml.
If you use pcs/pcsd to setup pacemaker on RHEL 6.7, it should configure
everything for you, so you should be able to go straight to setting up
pacemaker and not worry about cman/corosync directly.
On 24/08/15 01:52 PM, Streeter, Michelle N wrote:
> If I have a cluster.conf file in /etc/cluster, my cluster will not
> start. Pacemaker 1.1.11, Corosync 1.4.7, cman 3.0.12, But if I do not
> have a cluster.conf file then my cluster does start with my current
> configuration. However, when I try to stop the cluster, it wont stop
> unless I have my cluster.conf file in place. How can I dump my cib to
> my cluster.conf file so my cluster will start with the conf file in place?
> Michelle Streeter
> ASC2 MCS – SDE/ACL/SDL/EDL OKC Software Engineer
> The Boeing Company
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