[ClusterLabs] Set "start-failure-is-fatal=false" on only one resource?

Sam Gardner SGardner at trustwave.com
Thu Mar 24 17:01:18 EDT 2016

I'm having some trouble on a few of my clusters in which the DRBD Slave resource does not want to come up after a reboot until I manually run resource cleanup.

Setting 'start-failure-is-fatal=false' as a global cluster property and a failure-timeout works to resolve the issue, but I don't really want the start failure set everywhere.

While I work on figuring out why the slave resource isn't coming up, is it possible to set 'start-failure-is-fatal=false'  only on the DRBDSlave resource, or does this need a patch?

I'm running Pacemaker 1.1.12 and Corosync 1.4.8 on a RedHat 6-like system.
Sam Gardner


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