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PACEMAKER(8)						  System Administration Utilities					      PACEMAKER(8)

NAME
Pacemaker - Part of the Pacemaker cluster resource manager SYNOPSIS
crm_attribute command -n attribute [options] DESCRIPTION
crm_attribute - Manage node's attributes and cluster options. Allows node attributes and cluster options to be queried, modified and deleted. OPTIONS
-?, --help This text -$, --version Version information -V, --verbose Increase debug output -q, --quiet Print only the value on stdout -n, --name=value Name of the attribute/option to operate on Commands: -G, --query Query the current value of the attribute/option -v, --update=value Update the value of the attribute/option -D, --delete Delete the attribute/option Additional Options: -N, --node=value Set an attribute for the named node (instead of a cluster option). See also: -l -t, --type=value Which part of the configuration to update/delete/query the option in. Valid values: crm_config, rsc_defaults, op_defaults, tickets -l, --lifetime=value Lifetime of the node attribute. Valid values: reboot, forever -z, --utilization Set an utilization attribute for the node. -s, --set-name=value (Advanced) The attribute set in which to place the value -i, --id=value (Advanced) The ID used to identify the attribute -d, --default=value (Advanced) The default value to display if none is found in the configuration EXAMPLES
Add a new attribute called 'location' with the value of 'office' for host 'myhost': # crm_attribute --node myhost --name location --update office Query the value of the 'location' node attribute for host myhost: # crm_attribute --node myhost --name location --query Change the value of the 'location' node attribute for host myhost: # crm_attribute --node myhost --name location --update backoffice Delete the 'location' node attribute for the host myhost: # crm_attribute --node myhost --name location --delete Query the value of the cluster-delay cluster option: # crm_attribute --type crm_config --name cluster-delay --query Query the value of the cluster-delay cluster option. Only print the value: # crm_attribute --type crm_config --name cluster-delay --query --quiet AUTHOR
Written by Andrew Beekhof REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs to pacemaker@oss.clusterlabs.org Pacemaker 1.1.10-29.el7 June 2014 PACEMAKER(8)

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CRM_ATTRIBUTE(8)						  [FIXME: manual]						  CRM_ATTRIBUTE(8)

NAME
crm_attribute - manipulate attributes in the CIB SYNOPSIS
crm_attribute [options] DESCRIPTION
The crm_attribute command queries and manipulates node attributes and cluster configuration options that are used in the CIB. OPTIONS
--help, -? Print a help message. --verbose, -V Turn on debug information. Note Increase the level of verbosity by providing additional instances. --quiet, -Q When doing an attribute query using -G, print just the value to stdout. Use this option with -G. --get-value, -G Retrieve rather than set the preference. --delete-attr, -D Delete rather than set the attribute. --attr-value string, -v string Value to set. This is ignored when used with -G. --node-uuid node_uuid, -u node_uuid Specify the UUID of the node to change. --node-uname node_uname, -U node_uname Specify the uname of the node to change. --set-name string, -s string Specify the set of attributes in which to read or write the attribute. --attr-name string, -n string Specify the attribute to set or query. --type string, -t type Determine to which section of the CIB the attribute should be set or to which section of the CIB the attribute that is queried belongs Possible values are nodes, status, or crm_config. Additional Options: +-----------+--------------------+ |Type | Additional Options | +-----------+--------------------+ |nodes | -(U|u) -n [-s] | +-----------+--------------------+ |status | -(U|u) -n [-s] | +-----------+--------------------+ |crm_config | -n [-s] | +-----------+--------------------+ EXAMPLES
Query the value of the location attribute in the nodes section for the host myhost in the CIB: crm_attribute -G -t nodes -U myhost -n location Query the value of the cluster-delay attribute in the crm_config section in the CIB: crm_attribute -G -t crm_config -n cluster-delay Query the value of the cluster-delay attribute in the crm_config section in the CIB. Print just the value: crm_attribute -G -Q -t crm_config -n cluster-delay Delete the location attribute for the host myhost from the nodes section of the CIB: crm_attribute -D -t nodes -U myhost -n location Add a new attribute called location with the value of office to the set subsection of the nodes section in the CIB (settings applied to the host myhost): crm_attribute -t nodes -U myhost -s set -n location -v office Change the value of the location attribute in the nodes section for the myhost host: crm_attribute -t nodes -U myhost -n location -v backoffice FILES
/var/lib/heartbeat/crm/cib.xml--the CIB (minus status section) on disk. Editing this file directly is strongly discouraged. SEE ALSO
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crm_attribute was written by Andrew Beekhof. [FIXME: source] 07/05/2010 CRM_ATTRIBUTE(8)
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