[PVE-User] VM crash down after fence...
gilberto.nunes32 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 29 22:28:06 CEST 2012
I respect your point of view and all of you wrote...
But, I thing this list is to use by users that found errors or bugs or
So, I install the right tools, read the docs, follow the howto ( like that:
This last resource come from proxmox website...
Is that my fault if the thing doesn't work as the howto indicated?? And I
I realize that I need more understood about all mechanism that involved the
fence, HA or whatever, on PVE perspective....
And, I am not a newbie on this area... In fact we have a lot of sites with
Linux, DRBD and HeartBeat work preatty good... Include with Proxmox 1.9
BTW, forgive me to "flood" the list with my logs... But that one of way to
learn more about PVE....
2012/7/29 gray <gray at cs.uni.edu>
> On Sun, 29 Jul 2012 15:45:53 -0300, Gilberto Nunes
> <gilberto.nunes32 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Sorry, but I can...
> > My project just involved TWO nodes...
> Is this a school project for you? It seems like you don't want anyone's
> advice and discount some pretty wise recommendations from the experienced
> folks on this list.
> We all have our own logs to read. Flooding the list with your logs isn't
> likely to get you further understanding of the framework - because,
> honestly, you seem more intent on showing us how things break in expected
> ways than showing a willingness to learn how things were intended to work
> together in the first place.
> I echo the recommendations from those that have suggested following a
> recommended and known-working installation structure --- and afterward
> modify the environment to your needs. If you can't start with a working
> subsystem, you'll be hard-pressed to achieve success in your current
> Apologies if I'm the only one with this perspective, it was my day today
> to wear the curmudgeon badge.
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