alanr at unix
Jun 7, 2012, 8:19 PM
Post #3 of 5
Red Hat invented their own API then disabled the working API in their
version of the code. Of course, they don't have as many agents, and
they're not as well tested and the API is a bit odd. But what do I
know, since I invented the Linux-HA API.
On 6/7/2012 3:50 PM, Brad Jones wrote:
> Can someone help me understand the correct spec to build a STONITH
> plugin against? Through a bunch of trial and error today, I've
> discovered that there may be a few different methods of passing
> configuration options to a plugin, or perhaps this differs
> significantly across distributions and I'm not getting the nuiance.
> The plugin in question is at
> - you'll notice I now have options to pull from STDIN, command-line
> and environment variables (in a global, since this is php.)
> I originally built this according to
> https://fedorahosted.org/cluster/wiki/FenceAgentAPI but this seems to
> be very different from the plugins I am finding at
> for instance.
> FWIW I am using cluster-glue 1.0.8.
> I'd be happy to help write some documentation once I figure out
> exactly why this is/was so confusing. Thanks...
> Brad Jones
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