- Why should I have my fencing devices on the same network as my cluster communication with Red Hat High Availability clusters?
- How can I prevent fence loops with my cluster?
- If one node in a 2-node cluster is up and running, and the other node boots up while there is a network issue, that booting node fences the active node
- In a 2-node cluster configured with
fence_scsi, if a node gets fenced due to a network issue and I then reboot it, the "active" node reports SCSI reservation conflicts and path failures as the rebooted node starts its services.
- Server hangs during boot time with error message "Joining fence domain".
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5, 6, and 7 with the High Availability Add On
- Red Hat High Availability Cluster with 2 nodes (this issue does not apply to 3 or more node clusters).
cman-based clusters: No quorum disk is configured. Cluster must have only 2 votes with
wait_for_allis not set (it is set by default if
- Cluster fencing devices are IP-based and are accessed over the network.
- Fencing devices are reached over a different network to the network that the cluster communicates over. This effectively means both nodes can reach the fencing devices when the cluster interconnect is unavailable.
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