[PVE-User] Proxmox HA - without Fencing

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Sun Aug 4 11:44:41 CEST 2013

Amusing reading the people's replies.. ..

Because you have 2+1 cluster (with shared storage) you do your fencing and stonith via the storage node. 

SBD Fencing
SBD expands to storage-based death, and is named in reference to Novell's Cluster Services, which used SBDto exchange poison pill messages.
The sbd daemon, combined with the external/sbdSTONITH agent, provides a way to enable STONITH and fencing in clusters without external power switches, butwith shared storage.

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> On 03 Aug 2013, at 10:31 PM, Thiago Oliveira <cpv.thiago at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Guys,
> I´m trying the proxmox and I´m really enjoying!
> My scenario is:
> - HP MicroServer NL40 with FreeNas (My ISCSI Storage)
> - HP XW 6400 (VIRTUAL01)
> - DELL GX620 (VIrtual02)
> I did config the pve cluster and I can see and I can move the VM´s in both servers, very very fast!!
> Now, I would like to do the HA failover (if my first server is going down, the second server assumes the functions) and I´m a little bit confused.
> I read a lot of articles and came across with Fencing. 
> Question: I need config the fencing to do HA? My servers no has iDrac, iLO or similar device, and I would like to do it using the network board.
> Is this possible?
> Thank you very much!
> BR,
> Thiago Oliveira
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