5.2. General Properties of Fencing Devices
- You can disable a fencing device by running the
pcs stonith disable stonith_idcommand. This will prevent any node from using that device
- To prevent a specific node from using a fencing device, you can configure location constraints for the fencing resource with the
pcs constraint location ... avoidscommand.
stonith-enabled=falsewill disable fencing altogether. Note, however, that Red Hat does not support clusters when fencing is disabled, as it is not suitable for a production environment.
Table 5.1. General Properties of Fencing Devices
|string|| A mapping of host names to ports numbers for devices that do not support host names. For example: |
|string|| A list of machines controlled by this device (Optional unless |
|string||dynamic-list|| How to determine which machines are controlled by the device. Allowed values: |