- Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8
- I deployed instance-HA feature in my RHOSP environment
- The evacuation is invoked for compute node failure, but how can I check its status?
- Evacuation status is stored as cluster node attributes in Pacemaker , which can be checked by attrd_updater command.
- If the value equals "no", it means that there are no evacuation running about the node
- If the value equals "yes", it means that the node is in failure, and evacuation of the instances running on the node is to be invoked
- If the value looks like "hostname-timestamp", it means that evacuation has been invoked, and nova-evacuate resource is waiting the completion of the evacuation.
# attrd_updater --query --all --name=evacuate name="evacuate" host="overcloud-compute-0.localdomain" value="no" name="evacuate" host="overcloud-compute-1.localdomain" value="no" name="evacuate" host="overcloud-compute-2.localdomain" value="no" name="evacuate" host="overcloud-compute-3.localdomain" value="no" name="evacuate" host="overcloud-compute-4.localdomain" value="no" name="evacuate" host="overcloud-compute-5.localdomain" value="no" ...
- The status can be updated, by using attrd_updater like the following example.
# attrd_updater -p -n evacuate -N overcloud-compute-0.localdomain -U no
fence_nova, which is used for the evacuation process, stores its workflow statuses as private cluster node attributes managed by Pacemaker
- Red Hat OpenStack Platform
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