7.2. Starting and Stopping a Cluster

You can use the ccs command to stop a cluster by using the following command to stop cluster services on all nodes in the cluster:
ccs -h host --stopall
You can use the ccs command to start a cluster that is not running by using the following command to start cluster services on all nodes in the cluster:
ccs -h host --startall
When you use the --startall option of the ccs command to start a cluster, the command automatically enables the cluster resources. For some configurations, such as when services have been intentionally disabled on one node to disable fence loops, you may not want to enable the services on that node. As of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.6 release, you can use the --noenable option of the ccs --startall command to prevent the services from being enabled:
ccs -h host --startall --noenable