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PACEMAKER(8)						  System Administration Utilities					      PACEMAKER(8)

NAME
Pacemaker - Part of the Pacemaker cluster resource manager SYNOPSIS
stonith_admin mode [options] DESCRIPTION
stonith_admin - Provides access to the stonith-ng API. Allows the administrator to add/remove/list devices, check device and host status and fence hosts OPTIONS
-?, --help This text -$, --version Version information -V, --verbose Increase debug output -q, --quiet Print only essential output Commands: -l, --list=value List devices that can terminate the specified host -L, --list-registered List all registered devices -I, --list-installed List all installed devices -M, --metadata Check the device's metadata -Q, --query=value Check the device's status -F, --fence=value Fence the named host -U, --unfence=value Unfence the named host -B, --reboot=value Reboot the named host -C, --confirm=value Confirm the named host is now safely down -H, --history=value Retrieve last fencing operation -R, --register=value Register the named stonith device. Requires: --agent, optional: --option -D, --deregister=value De-register the named stonith device -r, --register-level=value Register a stonith level for the named host. Requires: --index, one or more --device entries -d, --deregister-level=value De-register a stonith level for the named host. Requires: --index Options and modifiers: -a, --agent=value The agent (eg. fence_xvm) to instantiate when calling with --register -e, --env-option=value -o, --option=value -T, --tag=value Identify fencing operations with the specified tag. Useful when there are multiple entities that might be invoking stonith_admin(8) -v, --device=value A device to associate with a given host and stonith level -i, --index=value The stonith level (1-9) -t, --timeout=value Operation timeout in seconds --tolerance=value (Advanced) Do nothing if an equivalent --fence request succeeded less than N seconds earlier -L, --list-all legacy alias for --list-registered 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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STONITHD(7)						      Pacemaker Configuration						       STONITHD(7)

NAME
stonithd - Options available for all stonith resources SYNOPSIS
[stonith-timeout=time] [priority=integer] [pcmk_host_argument=string] [pcmk_host_map=string] [pcmk_host_list=string] [pcmk_host_check=string] [pcmk_reboot_action=string] [pcmk_poweroff_action=string] [pcmk_list_action=string] [pcmk_monitor_action=string] [pcmk_status_action=string] DESCRIPTION
This is a fake resource that details the instance attributes handled by stonithd. SUPPORTED PARAMETERS
stonith-timeout = time [60s] How long to wait for the STONITH action to complete. Overrides the stonith-timeout cluster property priority = integer [0] The priority of the stonith resource. The lower the number, the higher the priority. pcmk_host_argument = string [port] Advanced use only: An alternate parameter to supply instead of 'port' Some devices do not support the standard 'port' parameter or may provide additional ones. Use this to specify an alternate, device-specific, parameter that should indicate the machine to be fenced. A value of 'none' can be used to tell the cluster not to supply any additional parameters. pcmk_host_map = string [] A mapping of host names to ports numbers for devices that do not support host names. Eg. node1:1;node2:2,3 would tell the cluster to use port 1 for node1 and ports 2 and 3 for node2 pcmk_host_list = string [] A list of machines controlled by this device (Optional unless pcmk_host_check=static-list). pcmk_host_check = string [dynamic-list] How to determin which machines are controlled by the device. Allowed values: dynamic-list (query the device), static-list (check the pcmk_host_list attribute), none (assume every device can fence every machine) pcmk_reboot_action = string [reboot] Advanced use only: An alternate command to run instead of 'reboot' Some devices do not support the standard commands or may provide additional ones. Use this to specify an alternate, device-specific, command that implements the 'reboot' action. pcmk_poweroff_action = string [poweroff] Advanced use only: An alternate command to run instead of 'poweroff' Some devices do not support the standard commands or may provide additional ones. Use this to specify an alternate, device-specific, command that implements the 'poweroff' action. pcmk_list_action = string [list] Advanced use only: An alternate command to run instead of 'list' Some devices do not support the standard commands or may provide additional ones. Use this to specify an alternate, device-specific, command that implements the 'list' action. pcmk_monitor_action = string [monitor] Advanced use only: An alternate command to run instead of 'monitor' Some devices do not support the standard commands or may provide additional ones. Use this to specify an alternate, device-specific, command that implements the 'monitor' action. pcmk_status_action = string [status] Advanced use only: An alternate command to run instead of 'status' Some devices do not support the standard commands or may provide additional ones. Use this to specify an alternate, device-specific, command that implements the 'status' action. AUTHOR
Andrew Beekhof <andrew@beekhof.net> Author. Pacemaker Configuration 04/17/2012 STONITHD(7)
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