Cluster resources including health monitor are banned from the node and the resources do not move back

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Pacemaker has a node health feature that allows certain OCF resource agents to be used to set node health attributes. If the node becomes unhealthy, and the appropriate health settings have been configured, Pacemaker will move all resources away from the node. The health agent itself will be moved away from the node, so the cluster will never learn when the node becomes healthy again, and the relevant node health attributes must be manually cleared to allow the node to be used again.


  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 8, 9 (with the High Availability Add On)

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