[ClusterLabs] restarting resources after configuration changes

GRAY Andrew G (SPARQ) andrew.gray1 at sparq.com.au
Wed Oct 28 23:02:43 EDT 2015

Centos/redhat: try `service httpd configtest` to validate the config changes first ….


Andrew Gray.
RHCSA, Professional Unix Administration.
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Sent: Wednesday, 28 October 2015 8:21 PM
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Subject: [ClusterLabs] restarting resources after configuration changes

    I am having problems restarting resources (e.g apache) after a
configuration file change. I have tried 'pcs resource restart resourceid',
which says 'resource successfully restarted', but the httpd process
does not restart and hence my configuration changes in httpd.conf
does not take effect.
I am sure this scenario is quite common as administrators needs to
update httpd.config files often - how is it done in an HA cluster?
I can send a HUP signal to the httpd process to achieve this, but I hope
there will be a cluster (pcs/crm) method to do this.
Many Thanks

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