[Linux-HA] Prevent switch if redundanz comes up
Yves.Schumann at ascom.CH
Fri Dec 21 02:57:53 MST 2007
linux-ha-bounces at lists.linux-ha.org wrote on 21.12.2007 10:35:13:
> differences i spot at my system:
> > <nvpair id="default-resource-stickiness" name="default-resource-
> stickiness" value="0"/>
> > <nvpair id="stop-orphan-resources" name="stop-orphan-
> resources" value="false"/>
> > <nvpair id="transition-idle-timeout" name="transition-idle-
> timeout" value="60"/>
> mybe the default-resource-stickiness set to INFINITY causes the problem?
If I understand it right the default-resource-stickiness is used to let the
resource running on the redundance if a failure has happened on the master
which is solved now. So the resource is still on the redundance until it is
moved back to the master by hand. That is what I want and so I think this
setting is correct. But correct me if I'm wrong!
A change of stop-orphan-resources to false makes no difference in the
behaviour: The resource is switched to the redundance.
But why? There is no failure, the resource is running on the master as it
should do. Why is it switching to the redundance if this machine comes up?
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