jpokorny at redhat.com
Mon Aug 24 14:43:03 EDT 2015
On 24/08/15 17:52 +0000, 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.
I don't think CMAN component can operate without that file (location
possibly overridden with $COROSYNC_CLUSTER_CONFIG_FILE environment
variable). What distro, or at least commands to bring the cluster up
do you use?
> 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
Note that cluster.conf and CIB serves different purposes, at least
in Pacemaker+CMAN setup (akin to RHEL 6.x for x being 5+) so you don't
want to interchange them.
> so my cluster will start with the conf file in place?
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