[ClusterLabs] Pacemaker kill does not cause node fault ???

Ferenc Wágner wferi at niif.hu
Fri Feb 3 05:06:06 EST 2017

Ken Gaillot <kgaillot at redhat.com> writes:

> On 01/10/2017 04:24 AM, Stefan Schloesser wrote:
>> I am currently testing a 2 node cluster under Ubuntu 16.04. The setup
>> seems to be working ok including the STONITH.
>> For test purposes I issued a "pkill -f pace" killing all pacemaker
>> processes on one node.
>> Result:
>> The node is marked as "pending", all resources stay on it. If I
>> manually kill a resource it is not noticed. On the other node a drbd
>> "promote" command fails (drbd is still running as master on the first
>> node).
> I suspect that, when you kill pacemakerd, systemd respawns it quickly
> enough that fencing is unnecessary. Try "pkill -f pace; systemd stop
> pacemaker".

What exactly is "quickly enough"?

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