- I have a Red Hat Enterprise Linux cluster using the default
tokentimeout value of 10 seconds. I want to increase this value to make the cluster more resilient against unresponsive nodes, network interruptions, or similar delays.
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- How do I avoid problems due to a temporary network glitch in a cluster?
- How do I prevent cluster fencing due to temporary network split?
- How do I increase the amount of time required to detect failed nodes?
- How long will a Red Hat cluster wait before it fences the unresponsive node?
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