Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of WTI_FencingConfig


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05/22/11 02:51:23 (3 years ago)
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digimer
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Fixed the last copy from the old wiki to work on the new Trac syntax.

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  • WTI_FencingConfig

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    11= WTI Remote Power Controllers & Red Hat Cluster Suite / Red Hat GFS = 
    2 Last updated 23-Feb-2007 
     2Last updated 13-Feb-2008 
    33Problems? Questions? 
    44 * If the following guide does not work for you and your device is listed for a particular Red Hat cluster product, please file a Bugzilla. 
     
    2929 * To configure a node with dual power supplies, simply add it twice using redhat-config-cluster. 
    3030 * Red Hat Cluster Suite 3 supports use of symbolic port names and the implicit grouping feature of the WTI devices. That is, if you have multiple ports named "foo" and use "foo" as the port in redhat-config-cluster during configuration, the wti_nps module will do the right thing. 
    31  * Example /etc/cluster.xml excerpt containing fence configuration: {{{ 
     31 * Example /etc/cluster.xml excerpt containing fence configuration: 
     32{{{ 
    3233      ... 
    3334        <members> 
     
    5859 * WTI NBB-1600 series 
    5960==== Configuration: All WTI network-enabled reboot devices use the fence_wti fencing agent. ==== 
    60  * Example nodes.ccs (the second node has two power supplies): {{{ 
     61 * Example nodes.ccs (the second node has two power supplies):  
     62{{{ 
    6163      nodes { 
    6264        192.168.74.44 { 
     
    105107      } 
    106108}}} 
    107  * Example fence.ccs: {{{ 
     109 * Example fence.ccs:  
     110{{{ 
    108111      fence_devices { 
    109112        wti_ips { 
     
    118121 * Same as Red Hat GFS 6.0 
    119122==== Configuration: All WTI network-enabled reboot devices use the fence_wti fencing agent. Configuration can be performed using the system-config-cluster utility. ==== 
    120  * Example /etc/cluster/cluster.conf (green has two power supplies): {{{ 
     123 * Example /etc/cluster/cluster.conf (green has two power supplies):  
     124{{{ 
    121125      ... 
    122126              <clusternodes> 
     
    152156      ... 
    153157}}} 
    154 === Known-working devices: Red Hat Cluster Suite 5 (for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5) === 
    155  * Same as Red Hat GFS 6.0  
     158=== Known-working devices: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 === 
     159 * All devices known-working in Red Hat Cluster Suite for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 
     160 * MPC-8H (both telnet and ssh) 
     161 * RSM-8R4 (both telnet and ssh) 
    156162 * Configuration is the same as for Red Hat Cluster Suite 4 
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    158  
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