4.9. Configuring Global Cluster Resources

You can configure global resources that can be used by any service running in the cluster, and you can configure resources that are available only to a specific service.
To add a global cluster resource, follow the steps in this section. You can add a resource that is local to a particular service when you configure the service, as described in Section 4.10, “Adding a Cluster Service to the Cluster”.
  1. From the cluster-specific page, you can add resources to that cluster by clicking on Resources along the top of the cluster display. This displays the resources that have been configured for that cluster.
  2. Click Add. This displays the Add Resource to Cluster drop-down menu.
  3. Click the drop-down box under Add Resource to Cluster and select the type of resource to configure.
  4. Enter the resource parameters for the resource you are adding. Appendix B, HA Resource Parameters describes resource parameters.
  5. Click Submit. Clicking Submit returns to the resources page that displays the display of Resources, which displays the added resource (and other resources).
To modify an existing resource, perform the following steps.
  1. From the luci Resources page, click on the name of the resource to modify. This displays the parameters for that resource.
  2. Edit the resource parameters.
  3. Click Apply.
To delete an existing resource, perform the following steps.
  1. From the luci Resources page, click the check box for any resources to delete.
  2. Click Delete.
As of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.6 release, you can sort the columns in a resource list by clicking on the header for the sort category.
  • Clicking on the Name/IP header once sorts the resources alphabetically, according to resource name. Clicking on the Name/IP header a second time sourts the resources in reverse alphabetic order, according to resource name.
  • Clicking on the Type header once sorts the resources alphabetically, according to resource type. Clicking on the Type header a second time sourts the resources in reverse alphabetic order, according to resource type.
  • Clicking on the In Use header once sorts the resources so that they are grouped according to whether they are in use or not.