[ClusterLabs] Establishing Timeouts

Eric Robinson eric.robinson at psmnv.com
Mon Oct 10 14:35:36 EDT 2016

Basically, when we turn off a switch, I want to keep the cluster from failing over before Linux bonding has had a chance to recover. 

I'm mostly interested in prventing false-positive cluster failovers that might occur during manual network maintenance (for example, testing switch and link outages). 

>> Thanks for the clarification. So what's the easiest way to ensure 
>> that the cluster waits a desired timeout before deciding that a re-convergence is > necessary?

>By raising the token (lost) timeout I would say.

>Please correct my (Chrissie) but I see the token (lost) timout somehow 
>as resilience against static delays + jitter on top and the 
>as resilience against packet-loss.

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