[ClusterLabs] agent ocf:pacemaker:controld

Jan Pokorný jpokorny at redhat.com
Mon Jul 18 08:47:50 EDT 2016

> On 18/07/16 07:59, Da Shi Cao wrote:
>> dlm_controld is very tightly coupled with cman.

Wrong assumption.

In fact, support for shipping ocf:pacemaker:controld has been
explicitly restricted to cases when CMAN logic (specifically the
respective handle-all initscript that is in turn, in that limited use
case, triggered from pacemaker's proper one and, moreover, takes
care of dlm_controld management on its own so any subsequent attempts
to do the same would be ineffective) is _not_ around:

(accidental syntactical typos were fixed later on:

>> I have built a cluster purely with
>> pacemaker+corosync+fence_sanlock. But if agent
>> ocf:pacemaker:controld is desired, dlm_controld must exist! I can
>> only find it in cman.
>> Can the command dlm_controld be obtained without bringing in cman?

To recap what others have suggested:

On 18/07/16 08:57 +0100, Christine Caulfield wrote:
> There should be a package called 'dlm' that has a dlm_controld suitable
> for use with pacemaker.

On 18/07/16 17:26 +0800, Eric Ren wrote:
> DLM upstream hosted here:
>   https://git.fedorahosted.org/cgit/dlm.git/log/
> The name of DLM on openSUSE is libdlm.

Jan (Poki)
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