6.11. Cluster Resources Cleanup
If a resource has failed, a failure message appears when you display the cluster status. If you resolve that resource, you can clear that failure status with the
pcs resource cleanupcommand. This command resets the resource status and
failcount, telling the cluster to forget the operation history of a resource and re-detect its current state.
The following command cleans up the resource specified by resource_id.
pcs resource cleanup resource_id
If you do not specify a resource_id, this command resets the resource status and
failcountfor all resources.
As of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5, the
pcs resource cleanupcommand probes only the resources that display as a failed action. To probe all resources on all nodes you can enter the following command:
pcs resource refresh
By default, the
pcs resource refreshcommand probes only the nodes where a resource's state is known. To probe all resources even if the state is not known, enter the following command:
pcs resource refresh --full