[PVE-User] more on fencing : What it means ?

Fernando Sierra fernando.sierra at ciemat.es
Thu Oct 18 16:26:33 CEST 2012


To active HA you only needs this:

<rm>
         <pvevm autostart="1" vmid="102" />
         <pvevm autostart="0" vmid="105" />
</rm>

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Fernando Sierra - sysadmin at CETA-Ciemat(Trujillo/Spain)


El 18/10/12 15:13, Fernando Sierra escribió:
> I think that your cluster.conf is OK,
>
> you could add these lines for High Availability. But only for this,
>
> ---
> Fernando Sierra - sysadmin at CETA-Ciemat(Trujillo/Spain)
>
> El 18/10/12 14:54, Fábio Rabelo escribió:
>> OK, now I am really lost here !
>>
>> After setting up all nodes and assigning  each port, on WIKI for 
>> generic IPMI there are this :
>>
>> <rm>
>>      <service  autostart="1"  exclusive="0"  name="ha_test_ip"  recovery="relocate">
>>          <ip  address="192.168.7.180"/>
>>      </service>
>> </rm>
>>
>> And what means all of this ?
>>
>> Autostart, ok
>>
>> Exclusive ok too .
>>
>> Recovery ok too .
>>
>> but "name="ha_test_ip"  ?
>>
>> And "ip address=192.168.7.180"  ???
>>
>> Where this 2 filds came from ?!?
>>
>> My config are like this now :
>>
>> <?xml version="1.0"?>
>> <cluster name="Riuma" config_version="7">
>>
>>   <cman keyfile="/var/lib/pve-cluster/corosync.authkey">
>>   </cman>
>>
>>     <fencedevices>
>>     <fencedevice agent="fence_ipmilan" name="ipmi1" lanplus="1" 
>> ipaddr="172.16.8.2" login="ADMIN" passwd="ADMIN" power_wait="5"/>
>>     <fencedevice agent="fence_ipmilan" name="ipmi2" lanplus="1" 
>> ipaddr="172.16.8.3" login="ADMIN" passwd="ADMIN" power_wait="5"/>
>>     <fencedevice agent="fence_ipmilan" name="ipmi3" lanplus="1" 
>> ipaddr="172.16.8.4" login="ADMIN" passwd="ADMIN" power_wait="5"/>
>>     <fencedevice agent="fence_ipmilan" name="ipmi4" lanplus="1" 
>> ipaddr="172.16.8.5" login="ADMIN" passwd="ADMIN" power_wait="5"/>
>>     <fencedevice agent="fence_ipmilan" name="ipmi5" lanplus="1" 
>> ipaddr="172.16.8.6" login="ADMIN" passwd="ADMIN" power_wait="5"/>
>>     </fencedevices>
>>
>>     <clusternodes>
>>       <clusternode name="nodo-05" votes="1" nodeid="1">
>>         <fence>
>>           <method name="1">
>>             <device name="ipmi5"/>
>>           </method>
>>         </fence>
>>       </clusternode>
>>       <clusternode name="nodo-01" votes="1" nodeid="2">
>>         <fence>
>>           <method name="1">
>>             <device name="ipmi1"/>
>>           </method>
>>         </fence>
>>       </clusternode>
>>       <clusternode name="nodo-02" votes="1" nodeid="3">
>>         <fence>
>>           <method name="1">
>>             <device name="ipmi2"/>
>>           </method>
>>         </fence>
>>       </clusternode>
>>       <clusternode name="nodo-03" votes="1" nodeid="4">
>>         <fence>
>>           <method name="1">
>>             <device name="ipmi3"/>
>>           </method>
>>         </fence>
>>       </clusternode>
>>       <clusternode name="nodo-04" votes="1" nodeid="5">
>>         <fence>
>>           <method name="1">
>>             <device name="ipmi4"/>
>>           </method>
>>         </fence>
>>       </clusternode>
>>
>>     </clusternodes>
>>
>> </cluster>
>>
>>
>>
>> Thanks in advance to any hint ....
>>
>>
>> Fábio Rabelo
>>
>>
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