[ClusterLabs] Disable Corosync watchdog and monitoring

Jan Friesse jfriesse at redhat.com
Tue Oct 27 08:38:13 EDT 2015

> Hi,
> If I compiled Corosync with --enable-watchdog and --enable-monitoring,
> is it possible to disable these services?  That is, how do I get
> Corosync not touch /dev/watchdog on startup?  I use Pacemaker STONITH,

It is pretty stupid but no, it's not possible. When you enabled
watchdog, it will always touch /dev/watchdog.

Monitoring is not so much problem because as long as you don't configure
it, it will not do anything.

> so I think I don't need the watchdog... right?

Probably not.



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