[ClusterLabs] Pacemaker startup retries

Cesar Hernandez c.hernandez at medlabmg.com
Thu Aug 30 15:24:05 UTC 2018


Hi

I have a two-node corosync+pacemaker which, starting only one node, it fences the other node. It's ok as the default behaviour as the default "startup-fencing" is set to true.
But, the other node is rebooted 3 times, and then, the remaining node starts resources and doesn't fence the node anymore.

How can I change these 3 times, to, for example, 1 reboot , or more, 5? I use a custom fencing script so I'm sure these retries are not done by the script but pacemaker, and I also see the reboot operations on the logs:

Aug 30 17:22:08 [12978] xxxx1       crmd:   notice: te_fence_node:	Executing reboot fencing operation (81) on xxxx2 (timeout=180000)
Aug 30 17:22:31 [12978] xxxx1       crmd:   notice: te_fence_node:	Executing reboot fencing operation (87) on xxxx2 (timeout=180000)
Aug 30 17:22:48 [12978] xxxx1       crmd:   notice: te_fence_node:	Executing reboot fencing operation (89) on xxxx2 (timeout=180000)



Software versions:

corosync-1.4.8
crmsh-2.1.5
libqb-0.17.2
Pacemaker-1.1.14
resource-agents-3.9.6
Reusable-Cluster-Components-glue--glue-1.0.12

Some parameters:

property cib-bootstrap-options: \
	have-watchdog=false \
	dc-version=1.1.14-70404b0e5e \
	cluster-infrastructure="classic openais (with plugin)" \
	expected-quorum-votes=2 \
	stonith-enabled=true \
	no-quorum-policy=ignore \
	default-resource-stickiness=200 \
	stonith-timeout=180s \
	last-lrm-refresh=1534489943


Thanks

César Hernández Bañó


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