CMAN is a Corosync plugin that monitors the names and number of active cluster nodes in order to deliver membership and quorum information to clients.

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How can CMAN restart after a network failure

I try to configure a 3-nodes HA cluster with pacemaker/cman on centos 6.5. STONITH is disabled (pcs property set stonith-enabled=false). When I simulate a network issue (iptables -A INPUT -s ...
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redhat cluster failover not working (corosync [TOTEM ] Retransmit List)

I'm using following: [root@kpdbm01 ~]# cat /etc/redhat-release Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.5 (Santiago) [root@kpdbm01 ~]# uname -a Linux kpdbm01 2.6.32-431.20.3.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Fri ...
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Advantages and use of cman cluster [closed]

Can anyone tell me what are the advantages of cman cluster and what is a node meant while configuring a server. Does a node identify a server? or how is it? I want to configure a cman cluster with ...
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CMAN: using SBD (Storage Based Death) and watchdog as STONITH

I'm building up a 2-node cluster based on CMAN + Pacemaker cluster stack, but I have no hardware STONITH devices. However both nodes are connected to a shared storage via iSCSI and I would like to use ...
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OCFS2/GFS2 dlm_join_lockspace no fence domain

Ripping my hair out on a new Pacemaker/cman/(OCFS2|GFS) config. I can't use the Pacemaker integration with OCFS2, since the Fedora team, in their wisdom, decided to remove the .pcmk. Supposedly, I ...