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fence_vixel(8)						      System Manager's Manual						    fence_vixel(8)

NAME
fence_vixel - I/O Fencing agent for Vixel FC switches SYNOPSIS
fence_vixel [OPTION]... DESCRIPTION
fence_vixel is an I/O Fencing agent which can be used with Vixel FC switches. It logs into a Vixel switch via telnet and removes the spec- ified port from the zone. Removing the zone access from the port disables the port from being able to access the storage. fence_vixel accepts options on the command line as well as from stdin. fenced sends parameters through stdin when it execs the agent. fence_vixel can be run by itself with command line options which is useful for testing. After a fence operation has taken place the fenced machine can no longer connect to the Vixel FC switch. When the fenced machine is ready to be brought back into the GFS cluster (after reboot) the port on the Vixel FC switch needs to be enabled. In order to do this, log into the Vixel FC switch. Then go to: config->zones->config <port> <comma-separated-list-of-ports-in-the-zone> Then apply Consult the Vixel manual for details Vendor URL: http://www.emulex.com OPTIONS
-a IPaddress IP address of the switch. -h Print out a help message describing available options, then exit. -n port The port number to remove zoning from on the switch. -p password Password for login. -S path Full path to an executable to generate the password for login. -V Print out a version message, then exit. STDIN PARAMETERS
agent = < param > This option is used by fence_node(8) and is ignored by fence_vixel. ipaddr = < hostname | ip > IP address or hostname of the switch. passwd = < param > Password for login. passwd_script = < param > Full path to an executable to generate the password for login. port = < param > The port number to remove zoning from on the switch. SEE ALSO
fence(8), fence_node(8) fence_vixel(8)

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fence_egenera(8)					      System Manager's Manual						  fence_egenera(8)

NAME
fence_egenera - I/O Fencing agent for the Egenera BladeFrame SYNOPSIS
fence_egenera [OPTION]... DESCRIPTION
fence_egenera is an I/O Fencing agent which can be used with the Egenera BladeFrame. It logs into a control blade (cserver) via ssh and operates on a processing blade (pserver) identified by the pserver name and the logical process area network (LPAN) that it is in. fence_egenera requires that ssh keys have been setup so that the fence_egenera does not require a password to authenticate. Refer to ssh(8) for more information on setting up ssh keys. fence_egenera accepts options on the command line as well as from stdin. Fenced sends parameters through stdin when it execs the agent. fence_egenera can also be run by itself with command line options. Vendor URL: http://www.egenera.com OPTIONS
-c cserver The cserver to ssh to. cserver can be in the form user@hostname to specify a different user to login as. -u user Login name. Default login name is 'root' -h Print out a help message describing available options, then exit. -l lpan the lpan to operate on -o action The action required. reboot (default), off, on or status. -p pserver the pserver to operate on -f seconds Wait X seconds before fencing is started -q quite mode. suppress output. -V Print out a version message, then exit. STDIN PARAMETERS
action = < param > The action required. reboot (default), off, on or status. user = < param > Login name. Default login name is 'root' agent = < param > This option is used by fence_node(8) and is ignored by fence_apc. cserver = < param > The cserver to ssh to. cserver can be in the form user@hostname to specify a different user to login as. lpan = < param > The lpan to operate on pserver = < param > The pserver to operate on esh = < param > The path to the esh command on the cserver (default is /opt/panmgr/bin/esh) delay = < param > Wait X seconds before fencing is started SEE ALSO
fence(8), fence_node(8), ssh(8) fence_egenera(8)
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