[Pacemaker] software raid cluster, raid1 ressource agent, help needed

Andrew Beekhof andrew at beekhof.net
Wed Mar 9 05:29:33 EST 2011

On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 3:05 PM,  <Patrik.Rapposch at knapp.com> wrote:
> Good Day,
> I have a 2 node active/passive cluster which is connected to two  ibm 4700
> storages. I configured 3 raids and I use the Raid1 ressource agent for
> managing the Raid1s in the cluster.
> When I now disable the mapping of one storage, to simulate the fail of one
> storage, the Raid1 Ressources change to the State "FAILED" and the second
> node then takes over the ressources and is able to start the raid devices.
> So I am confused, why the active node can't keep the raid1 ressources and
> the former passive node takes them over and can start them correct.

Can't say, you've wiped the status section of testcluster-n2.

> I would really appreciate your advice, or maybe someone already has a
> example configuration for Raid1 with two storages.
> Thank you very much in advance. Attached you can find my cib.xml.
> kr Patrik
> Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Best Regards
> Patrik Rapposch, BSc
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