[ClusterLabs] DLM standalone without crm ?
bernd.lentes at helmholtz-muenchen.de
Mon Jun 27 10:27:24 EDT 2016
----- Am 27. Jun 2016 um 9:04 schrieb Christine Caulfield ccaulfie at redhat.com:
> On 26/06/16 14:47, Lentes, Bernd wrote:
>> ----- Am 26. Jun 2016 um 7:59 schrieb Ferenc Wágner wferi at niif.hu:
>>> "Lentes, Bernd" <bernd.lentes at helmholtz-muenchen.de> writes:
>>>> wferi at niif.hu writes:
>>>>> "Lentes, Bernd" <bernd.lentes at helmholtz-muenchen.de> writes:
>>>>>> is it possible to have a DLM running without CRM?
>>>>> Yes. You'll need to configure fencing, though, since by default DLM
>>>>> will try to use stonithd (from Pacemaker). But DLM fencing didn't
>>>>> handle fencing failures correctly for me, resulting in more nodes
>>>>> being fenced until quorum was lost,
>>>> do you have a howto ? Or is there one on the net ?
>>> dlm-controld has both a SysV init script and a systemd service file, you
>>> can use either one to start it (they take care of mounting configfs and
>>> loading the necessary kernel modules). Just start it on your nodes when
>>> you have quorum.
>> i don't have neither an init-script nor a systemd service file.
>> The only packages i find in the repositories concerning dlm are:
>> And i have a kernel module for dlm.
>> Nothing else.
> If you have that version of DLM then the cman package will have the
> dlm_controld daemon and init scripts in it. With that version you can
> run DLM without crm but not without cman. cman is required.
Isn't cman a crm ? Basically the same as pacemaker ?
It seems in the end i have to use a crm.
So i will try it directly with pacemaker, because i have a SuSE system,
and cman is Red Hat stuff, isn't it ?
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