How can I make my highly available resources dependent upon clone resources in RHEL 7 and RHEL 8 with pacemaker?

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  • I had to create some clone resources to be started throughout the cluster, and I want to make sure my resources wait for it to start before they themselves start.
  • I have controld and clvm resources starting throughout my cluster, as well as a GFS2 file system, and then have a resource group for my application. How should I configure the GFS2 so that it starts throughout the cluster, but the application is dependent on it and waits for it to start?
  • Can clone resources be a part of a resource group?


  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7, 8 with the High Availability Add On
  • pacemaker
  • One or more resources that must run on multiple nodes in the cluster simultaneously

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