- I need to perform maintenance on a resource and don't want
pacemakerto run status checks. Is there a way to leave it running but just stop monitoring it?
- I want to manually manage the state of a resource, but don't want to take it out of the configuration.
- If I disable a resource in a group, then the rest of the group becomes unmanageable. Is there a way to tell
pacemakerto stop managing a resource as part of its group temporarily?
- Does umanaged persist across restarts and reboots?
- The cluster service is having
SAPDatabaseresource which was set as
unmanaged, but still
pacemakerwas performing monitor operations on it which had caused a resource failure and triggered a service relocation.
- Resource is unmanaged but cluster still moved it when it failed 3 times
- After marking a resource as
unmanaged, is it also required to manually disable monitoring on it?
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (with the High Availability Add-on)
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (with the High Availability Add-on)
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (with the High Availability Add-on)
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