[Linux-ha-dev] To avoid STONITH for a node which is doing kdump
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Mon Oct 6 07:46:36 MDT 2008
On Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 12:24, Satomi TANIGUCHI
<taniguchis at intellilink.co.jp> wrote:
> Hi Dejan,
> Thank you for letting me know!
> I'll test it.
> Now, may I ask you a question?
> cluster-delay seems to still require the value
> which is longer than the maximum possible stonith timeout for tengine.
Is this with pacemaker 0.7?
If so, can you open a bug for this please?
The CRM should be waiting forever.
> If cluster-delay is shorter than sum total of plugins' timeout values,
> then tengine detect a STONITH op timed out
> and new STONITH op is executed.
> Then two or more plugins are executed in parallel.
> Will it change in future?
> (We are just in a transition period?)
> Or did it lose possibility because of my insistence that
> "the way to add fence(stonith)-timeuot is better"?
> I'm afraid that because Andrew said that
> the cluster can just forever for stonithd to return
> if stonithd no longer needs a timeout value from crmd...
> Satomi TANIGUCHI
> Dejan Muhamedagic wrote:
>> Just to let you know that I renamed fence-timeout to
>> stonith-timeout, because there are already stonith-this and
>> stonith-that in crm_cluster_properties. Still better to be
>> consistently "stonith": naming this "fence-..." would most
>> probably confuse people. As if they weren't confused enough ;-)
>> On Fri, Sep 26, 2008 at 11:00:53AM +0200, Dejan Muhamedagic wrote:
>>> Hi Satomi-san,
>>> On Fri, Sep 26, 2008 at 05:39:53PM +0900, Satomi TANIGUCHI wrote:
>>>> Hi Dejan,
>>>> I found some bugs.
>>>> 1) When fence-timeout is not set and priority is set,
>>>> priority's value is used as both fence_timeout and priority.
>>>> The patch for this bug is fence-timeout.patch
>>> Right. An oversight while pondering whether to have it in a loop
>>> or wait and see if there'll be more stonithd attributes coming :)
>>>> 2) Stonithd can execute only 2 or less plugins.
>>>> With 3 or more plugins, priority is ignored.
>>>> The patch for this is stonith_rsc_priorities.patch
>>> Oh, that code was tricky. Strange that it fails on more than two
>>>> I hope they are helpful to you.
>>> Of course. Thanks for the patches and testing!
>>>> Best Regards,
>>>> Satomi TANIGUCHI
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