[ClusterLabs] Antw: Re: Antw: RES: Pacemaker and OCFS2 on stand alone mode

Andrei Borzenkov arvidjaar at gmail.com
Tue Jul 12 01:57:55 EDT 2016

11.07.2016 09:33, Ulrich Windl пишет:
>>>> Andrei Borzenkov <arvidjaar at gmail.com> schrieb am 09.07.2016 um 10:17 in
> Nachricht <5780B30A.3000901 at gmail.com>:
>> 08.07.2016 09:11, Ulrich Windl пишет:
>>>>>> "Carlos Xavier" <cbastos at connection.com.br> schrieb am 07.07.2016 um
> 18:57 in
>>> Nachricht <00e901d1d870$ae418000$0ac48000$@com.br>:
>>>> Tank you for the fast reply
>>>>> have you configured the stonith and drbd stonith handler?
>>>> Yes. they were configured.
>>>> The cluster was running fine for more than 4 years, until we loose one
> host 
>>>> by power supply failure.
>>>> Now I need to access the files on the host that is working.
>>> Hi,
>>> MHO: Have you ever tested the configuration? I wonder why the cluster did 
>> not do everything to continue.
>> Stonith most likely failed if node experience complete power failure. We
> You could see a message if that were the case; otherwise the cluster should
> assume the node was killed after the stonith timeout.

I sincerely hope you do not really mean it. If stonith timed out,
cluster cannot assume absolutely anything and definitely *NOT* that node
was killed.

>> were not shown cluster state, so it is just guess; but normally the way
>> to recover is to manually declare node as down. Although this does it
>> for pacemaker only; I do not know how to do the same for DRBD (unless
>> pacemaker somehow forwards this information to it).
> DRBD has it own timouts (AFAIR).

That not what I meant.

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