[ClusterLabs] Clusvcadm -Z substitute in Pacemaker
tojeline at redhat.com
Mon Jul 11 04:43:22 EDT 2016
Dne 9.7.2016 v 06:39 jaspal singla napsal(a):
> Hello Everyone,
> I need little help, if anyone can give some pointers, it would help me a
> In RHEL-7.x:
> There is concept of pacemaker and when I use the below command to freeze
> my resource group operation, it actually stops all of the resources
> associated under the resource group.
> # pcs cluster standby <node>
> # pcs cluster unstandby <node>
> Result: This actually stops all of the resource group in that node
> (ctm_service is one of the resource group, which gets stop including
> database as well, it goes to MOUNT mode)
that's what it's supposed to do. Putting a node into standby means the
node cannot host any resources.
> However; through clusvcadm command on RHEL-6.x, it doesn't stop the
> ctm_service there and my database is in RW mode.
> # clusvcadm -Z ctm_service
> # clusvcadm -U ctm_service
> So my concern here is - Freezing/unfreezing should not affect the status
> of the group. Is there any way around to achieve the same in RHEL-7.x as
> well, that was done with clusvcadm on RHEL 6?
Maybe you are looking for
# pcs resource unmanage <resource>
# pcs resource manage <resource>
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