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Old Unix and Linux 02-20-2013   -   Original Discussion by mastansaheb
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Cluster configuration file

Hi Everybody,

I would like to know meaning of following parameters in cluster.conf file in linux

<device name="blade_fence" blade="2" option="off"
<clusternode name="Blade1-int" votes="1" nodeid="1">

what do you mean by "option=off" and "votes=1"


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Old Unix and Linux 02-20-2013   -   Original Discussion by mastansaheb
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Good explanation of the cluster.conf file here:


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