[ClusterLabs] Antw: Understanding\Manually adjusting node-health-strategy
Ulrich.Windl at rz.uni-regensburg.de
Mon Jul 30 02:05:33 EDT 2018
>>> Ian Underhill <ianpunderhill at gmail.com> schrieb am 26.07.2018 um 19:44 in
<CAGu+cYhU=-yr182y-M6U+BVUFVOCKPhJTzDTuo-4+DQeyq7Vbg at mail.gmail.com>:
> when a resource fails on a node I would like to mark the node unhealthy, so
> other resources dont start up on it.
> I believe I can achieve this, ignoring the concept of fencing at the moment.
> I have tried to set my cluster to have a node-health-strategy as only_green.
> However trying to manually adjust the nodes health, I believe I can set an
> attribute #health on a node (see ref docs) but trying to set any attribute
> #health???? fails?
> # sudo crm_attribute --node myNode --name=#health --update=red
> Error setting #health=red (section=nodes, set=nodes-3): Update
> does not conform to the configured schema Error performing operation:
> Update does not conform to the configured schema
According to my cluster book the command should be like this:
attrd_updater -n "#health_test " -v red
> Im slightly surprised I dont get "something for free" regarding pacemaker
> auto adjusting the health of a node when resources fail on it? am I missing
> a setting or is this done by hand.
It's simply because you cannot conclude from a resource failure tha the node per se has a problem. That's specifically true when you run many different kinds of resources.
Imagine one badly configured resource will mark all your nodes as unhealthy, forcing all resources to be stopped...
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