[ClusterLabs] What happened to "crm resource migrate"?

Yan Gao YGao at suse.com
Tue Oct 15 05:32:28 EDT 2019

On 10/15/19 11:10 AM, Strahil wrote:
> What about the constraint.
> I think there is no 'crm resource unmove'  to remmove the constraint.
"crm resource clear" does that.


> Best Regards,
> Strahil NikolovOn Oct 15, 2019 11:52, Yan Gao <YGao at suse.com> wrote:
>> Hi Ulrich,
>> On 10/15/19 10:26 AM,  Ulrich Windl  wrote:
>>> Hi!
>>> I was trying to do a "crm resource migrate" the first time in SLES 12 (the way I did in SLES11), but I got this message:
>>> # crm resource migrate prm_isr_mail1 PT10M
>>> ERROR: resource.move: No target node: Move requires either a target node or 'force'
>>> I'm surprised: In the past the mommand simply added a negative location for the node the was running (at least I think).
>>> The resource was running on the other node of a two-node cluster...
>>> Also I noticed that "migrate" no longer appears in crm's help for "resource". There's only a "move".
>> Yes, the term/sub-command "migrate" is deprecated in favor of "move", so
>> that it's consistent with "crm_resource --move ". But "migrate" is
>> supposed to still work.
>>> Help for "move" still says:
>>> resource# help move
>>> Move a resource to another node
>>> Move a resource away from its current location.
>> Looks like an issue in the version of crmsh.
>> Xin, could you please take a look?
>> "crm_resource --move -r <rsc>" is allowed to run without being specified
>> a node.
>> Regards,
>>     Yan
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