[ClusterLabs] Antw: Re: Trying to understand the default action of a fence agent
Ulrich.Windl at rz.uni-regensburg.de
Wed Jan 9 02:22:24 EST 2019
>>> Ken Gaillot <kgaillot at redhat.com> schrieb am 08.01.2019 um 17:55 in
<a05ebc149d9e4c636d8616eb4697d2d63dd1024b.camel at redhat.com>:
> On Tue, 2019‑01‑08 at 07:35 ‑0600, Bryan K. Walton wrote:
>> I'm building a two node cluster with Centos 7.6 and DRBD. These
>> are connected upstream to two Brocade switches. I'm trying to enable
>> fencing by using Digimer's fence_dlink_snmp script (
>> https://github.com/digimer/fence_dlink_snmp ).
>> I've renamed the script to fence_brocade_snmp and have
>> created my stonith resources using the following syntax:
>> pcs ‑f stonith_cfg stonith create fenceStorage1‑centipede \
>> fence_brocade_snmp pcmk_host_list=storage1‑drbd ipaddr=10.40.1.1 \
>> community=xxxxxxx port=193 pcmk_off_action="off" \
> FYI pcmk_off_action="off" is the default
> If you want the cluster to request an "off" command instead of a
> "reboot" when fencing a node, set the stonith‑action cluster property
> to "off".
>> When I run "stonith‑admin storage1‑drbd", from my other node,
>> the switch ports do not get disabled. However, when I run
>> "stonith_admin ‑F storage1‑drbd", the switch ports DO get disabled.
> The pacemaker CLI commands don't always say anything when invalid
> option combinations are used (fixing that is one of the many things on
> the "would‑be‑nice" list). Your first command does nothing (and the
IMHO it should be on the "reqired" list ;-)
I my C programs I usually create an error message, set some flag, and continue
parsing the rest of the options (just to flag as many errors as possible, not
just the first one), then I quit if errors were found. Then I'll check the
parameters set so far for errors, If so, I'll quit. The remaining erros are not
syntax errors, then...
result = 1;
if ( result != 0 )
if ( result == 1 )
...check parameters and initialize
if ( result != 0 )
...now start doing something useful
> forthcoming 2.0.1 version will give a usage error). The second command
> is the correct command to fence a node (‑F for "off" or ‑B for
>> If I run "pcs stonith fence storage1‑drbd", from the other node, the
>> response is: "Node: storage1‑drbd fenced", but, again, the switch
>> are still enabled. I'm forced to instead run: "pcs stonith fence
>> storage1‑drbd ‑‑off" to get the ports to be disabled.
> I believe "pcs stonith fence" by default sends a reboot command, so it
> sounds like your fence agent doesn't implement reboot (or implements it
> incorrectly, or perhaps a reboot is equivalent to disabling the ports
> then re‑enabling them and so is not useful). I'd use stonith‑action=off
> as mentioned above.
>> What I'm trying to figure out, is under what scenario should I see
>> ports actually get disabled? My concern is that, for example, I can
>> stop the cluster on storage1‑drbd, and the logs will show that the
>> fencing was successful, and then my resources get moved. But when I
>> check on the switch ports that are connected to storage1‑drbd, they
>> still enabled. So, the node does not appear to be really fenced.
>> Do I need to create my stonith resource differently to actually
>> those ports?
>> Thank you for your time. I am greatly appreciative.
>> Bryan Walton
>> Bryan K. Walton 319‑337‑
>> Linux Systems Administrator Leepfrog Technologies,
>> ‑‑‑‑‑ End forwarded message ‑‑‑‑‑
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