[ClusterLabs] Pacemaker in Azure

Leon Steffens leon at steffensonline.com
Thu Aug 24 18:47:58 EDT 2017

That's what we did in AWS.  The IPaddr2 resource agent does an arp
broadcast after changing the local IP but this does not work in AWS
(probably for the same reasons as Azure).

We created our own OCF resource agent that uses the Amazon APIs to move the
IP in AWS land and made that dependent on the IPaddr2 resource, and it
worked fine.

Leon Steffens

On Fri, Aug 25, 2017 at 8:34 AM, Eric Robinson <eric.robinson at psmnv.com>

> > Don't use Azure? ;)
> That would be my preference. But since I'm stuck with Azure (management
> decision) I need to come up with something. It appears there is an Azure
> API to make changes on-the-fly from a Linux box. Maybe I'll write a
> resource agent to change Azure and make IPaddr2 dependent on it. That might
> work?
> --
> Eric Robinson
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