[Linux-HA] Manually move resource between nodes

Serge.Dubrouski at fjcomm.com Serge.Dubrouski at fjcomm.com
Mon Oct 10 16:33:57 MDT 2005


I'm sorry but:

# ./crmadmin --standby "5eb542d9-bacd-41d2-acb0-3f8559e2e35c"
Argument code 0163 (s) is not (?yet?) supported

With

# ./crm_standby -U aspapptest2

it says "crm_standby[24362]: 2005/10/10_16:30:31 ERROR:
mask(cib_attrs.c:set_standby): Triggered dev assert at cib_attrs.c:401 :
standby_value != NULL"

Adds following lines into cib.xml for a given node:

         <instance_attributes
id="standby-5eb542d9-bacd-41d2-acb0-3f8559e2e35c">
           <attributes>
             <nvpair id="standby-5eb542d9-bacd-41d2-acb0-3f8559e2e35c"
name="standby"/>
           </attributes>

And no failover occurs.

Serge.

linux-ha-bounces at lists.linux-ha.org wrote on 10/10/2005 04:23:56 PM:

> Serge.Dubrouski at fjcomm.com wrote:
> > Hello All -
> >
> > I'm looking for a way how to manually move a resource between nodes in
> > Heartbeat 2.0.2. I've already tried hb_takeover, hb_standby, crmadmin
> > --active, crm_standby but nothing worked. Could anybody help me with
that?
>
> hb_takeover and hb_standby don't work in R2 CRM clusters.
>
> If you put a node in CRM standby mode, all resources will flee the given
> node, and try and find a new home somewhere.
>
> If they can't find a suitable home, they will be stopped instead.
>
>
> http://linux-ha.org/ClusterInformationBase/Maintaining
>
> crmadmin --standby <node_uuid>
>
> --standby (-s) <node_uuid> : Tell the node to enter "standby" mode
> --active (-a) <node_uuid>  : Tell the node to exit "standby" mode
>
>
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