[ClusterLabs] Running several instances of a Corosync/Pacemaker cluster on a node

Michael Schwartzkopff ms at sys4.de
Tue Apr 26 05:03:41 EDT 2016

Am Dienstag, 26. April 2016, 10:33:00 schrieb Bogdan Dobrelya:
> Is it possible to run several instances of a Corosync/Pacemaker clusters
> on a node? Can a node be a member of several clusters, so they could put
> resources there? I'm sure it's doable with separate nodes or containers,
> but that's not the case.
> My case is to separate data-critical resources, like storage or VIPs,
> from the complex resources like DB or MQ clusters.
> The latter should run with no-quorum-policy=ignore as they know how to
> deal with network partitions/split-brain, use own techniques to protect
> data and don't want external fencing from a Pacemaker, which
> no-quorum-policy/STONITH is.
> The former must use STONITH (or a stop policy, if it's only a VIP), as
> they don't know how to deal with split-brain, for example.

that is not possible. corosync and pacemaker are not able to run as multi-

Use docker or plain linux partitions (lxc).

Mit freundlichen Grüßen,

Michael Schwartzkopff

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