Rif: Re: [Linux-HA] explanations
lmb at suse.de
Tue Jul 12 07:01:07 MDT 2005
On 2005-07-12T12:11:33, gianluca.mancuso at realemutua.it wrote:
Hi, could you please use a mail program which does not destroy threading
(ie, which sets the References and In-Reply-To headers correctly) and
use proper quoting? Google should be your friend.
> No. The CIB is synced automatically, and you SHOULD NOT manually modify
> the file on disk, except via the tools.
> OK, but the first one how to create it
You could look at our website:
> > 2 - When I use the crm, how can I monitor the network connetivity without
> > using ipfail?
> This is not currently possible.
> Ok but if the interface of public net falls heartbeat if it notices some.
I don't understand this question.
> > 3 - How can I force the assignment of a resource to a specific node.
> Set correct constraints.
> Give me an example
> > 6 - Is it possible to use quorum with heartbeat (configuration)?
> There's an option in the CIB to require quorum or not.
> There's a beautifully annotated CIB documentation on the website ;-)
> For resolve the split-brain without stonith device is necessary configure
> the quorum.
> Where I find the documentation in order to shape it, using a shared disk1.
Now you're being more specific. Heartbeat supports quorum, but currently
does not support quorum disks.
Lars Marowsky-Brée <lmb at suse.de>
High Availability & Clustering
SUSE Labs, Research and Development
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