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8.6. Managed Resources

You can set a resource to unmanaged mode, which indicates that the resource is still in the configuration but Pacemaker does not manage the resource.
The following command sets the indicated resources to unmanaged mode.
pcs resource unmanage resource1  [resource2] ...
The following command sets resources to managed mode, which is the default state.
pcs resource manage resource1  [resource2] ...
You can specify the name of a resource group with the pcs resource manage or pcs resource unmanage command. The command will act on all of the resources in the group, so that you can set all of the resources in a group to managed or unmanaged mode with a single command and then manage the contained resources individually.