[ClusterLabs] corosync.service (and sbd.service) are not stopper on pacemaker shutdown when corosync-qdevice is used

Jan Friesse jfriesse at redhat.com
Mon Jul 29 02:52:54 EDT 2019


Andrei Borzenkov napsal(a):
> corosync.service sets StopWhenUnneded=yes which normally stops it when

This was the case only for very limited time (v 3.0.1) and it's removed 
now (v 3.0.2) because it was causing more troubles than it was worth.


> pacemaker is shut down. Unfortunately, corosync-qdevice.service declares
> Requires=corosync.service and corosync-qdevice.service itself is *not*
> stopped when pacemaker.service is stopped. Which means corosync.service
> remains "needed" and is never stopped.
> Also sbd.service (which is PartOf=corosync.service) remains running as well.
> The latter is really bad, as it means sbd watchdog can kick in at any
> time when user believes cluster stack is safely stopped. In particular
> if qnetd is not accessible (think network reconfiguration).
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