[Linux-HA] cl_status rscstatus

Jens Grigel jens.grigel at sskm.de
Wed Oct 19 10:45:20 MDT 2005


On Wed, 2005-10-19 at 17:08, Ivo Bitter wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 19, 2005 at 03:48:10PM +0200, Pascal Bleser wrote:
> > Could someone point me to the difference between those ("all" and "none" seem pretty
> > straightforward, but what about "foreign" and "local" ?).
> > 
> > Currently, my alert script assumes that "local" and "all" mean that I'm on the active node, whereas
> > "foreign" or "none" means I'm on the passive node.
> 
> foreign means that the node is running those resources which are
> assigned to the other node in haresources. none means it is running no
> resources at all. local means it's running only the resources it was
> assigned, all means it has both it's own and the other node's resources.
> 

"cl_status rscstatus" might also return "transition" if heartbeat is
currently in any process of acquring/releasing the resources (e.g. at
startup, failover, switchover) and hasn't finished that process. 
Be sure to also take care of that case.

-- 

Jens Grigel

Citysavingsbank Munich, Germany
Dep. of Network and Security




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