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STONITHD(7)		    Pacemaker Configuration		   STONITHD(7)

NAME
       stonithd	- Options available for	all stonith resources

SYNOPSIS
       [pcmk_host_argument=string] [pcmk_host_map=string]
       [pcmk_host_list=string] [pcmk_host_check=string]	[pcmk_delay_max=time]
       [pcmk_delay_base=time] [pcmk_action_limit=integer]
       [pcmk_reboot_action=string] [pcmk_reboot_timeout=time]
       [pcmk_reboot_retries=integer] [pcmk_off_action=string]
       [pcmk_off_timeout=time] [pcmk_off_retries=integer]
       [pcmk_on_action=string] [pcmk_on_timeout=time]
       [pcmk_on_retries=integer] [pcmk_list_action=string]
       [pcmk_list_timeout=time]	[pcmk_list_retries=integer]
       [pcmk_monitor_action=string] [pcmk_monitor_timeout=time]
       [pcmk_monitor_retries=integer] [pcmk_status_action=string]
       [pcmk_status_timeout=time] [pcmk_status_retries=integer]

DESCRIPTION
       This is a fake resource that details the	instance attributes handled by
       stonithd.

SUPPORTED PARAMETERS
       pcmk_host_argument = string [port]
	   Advanced use	only: An alternate parameter to	supply instead of
	   'port'

	   Some	devices	do not support the standard 'port' parameter or	may
	   provide additional ones. Use	this to	specify	an alternate,
	   device-specific, parameter that should indicate the machine to be
	   fenced. A value of 'none' can be used to tell the cluster not to
	   supply any additional parameters.

       pcmk_host_map = string []
	   A mapping of	host names to ports numbers for	devices	that do	not
	   support host	names.

	   Eg. node1:1;node2:2,3 would tell the	cluster	to use port 1 for
	   node1 and ports 2 and 3 for node2

       pcmk_host_list =	string []
	   A list of machines controlled by this device	(Optional unless
	   pcmk_host_check=static-list).

       pcmk_host_check = string	[dynamic-list]
	   How to determine which machines are controlled by the device.

	   Allowed values: dynamic-list	(query the device via the 'list'
	   command), static-list (check	the pcmk_host_list attribute), status
	   (query the device via the 'status' command),	none (assume every
	   device can fence every machine)

       pcmk_delay_max =	time [0s]
	   Enable a random delay for stonith actions and specify the maximum
	   of random delay.

	   This	prevents double	fencing	when using slow	devices	such as	sbd.
	   Use this to enable a	random delay for stonith actions. The overall
	   delay is derived from this random delay value adding	a static delay
	   so that the sum is kept below the maximum delay.

       pcmk_delay_base = time [0s]
	   Enable a base delay for stonith actions and specify base delay
	   value.

	   This	prevents double	fencing	when different delays are configured
	   on the nodes. Use this to enable a static delay for stonith
	   actions. The	overall	delay is derived from a	random delay value
	   adding this static delay so that the	sum is kept below the maximum
	   delay.

       pcmk_action_limit = integer [1]
	   The maximum number of actions can be	performed in parallel on this
	   device

	   Pengine property concurrent-fencing=true needs to be	configured
	   first. Then use this	to specify the maximum number of actions can
	   be performed	in parallel on this device. -1 is unlimited.

       pcmk_reboot_action = string [reboot]
	   Advanced use	only: An alternate command to run instead of 'reboot'

	   Some	devices	do not support the standard commands or	may provide
	   additional ones. Use	this to	specify	an alternate, device-specific,
	   command that	implements the 'reboot'	action.

       pcmk_reboot_timeout = time [60s]
	   Advanced use	only: Specify an alternate timeout to use for reboot
	   actions instead of stonith-timeout

	   Some	devices	need much more/less time to complete than normal. Use
	   this	to specify an alternate, device-specific, timeout for 'reboot'
	   actions.

       pcmk_reboot_retries = integer [2]
	   Advanced use	only: The maximum number of times to retry the
	   'reboot' command within the timeout period

	   Some	devices	do not support multiple	connections. Operations	may
	   'fail' if the device	is busy	with another task so Pacemaker will
	   automatically retry the operation, if there is time remaining. Use
	   this	option to alter	the number of times Pacemaker retries 'reboot'
	   actions before giving up.

       pcmk_off_action = string	[off]
	   Advanced use	only: An alternate command to run instead of 'off'

	   Some	devices	do not support the standard commands or	may provide
	   additional ones. Use	this to	specify	an alternate, device-specific,
	   command that	implements the 'off' action.

       pcmk_off_timeout	= time [60s]
	   Advanced use	only: Specify an alternate timeout to use for off
	   actions instead of stonith-timeout

	   Some	devices	need much more/less time to complete than normal. Use
	   this	to specify an alternate, device-specific, timeout for 'off'
	   actions.

       pcmk_off_retries	= integer [2]
	   Advanced use	only: The maximum number of times to retry the 'off'
	   command within the timeout period

	   Some	devices	do not support multiple	connections. Operations	may
	   'fail' if the device	is busy	with another task so Pacemaker will
	   automatically retry the operation, if there is time remaining. Use
	   this	option to alter	the number of times Pacemaker retries 'off'
	   actions before giving up.

       pcmk_on_action =	string [on]
	   Advanced use	only: An alternate command to run instead of 'on'

	   Some	devices	do not support the standard commands or	may provide
	   additional ones. Use	this to	specify	an alternate, device-specific,
	   command that	implements the 'on' action.

       pcmk_on_timeout = time [60s]
	   Advanced use	only: Specify an alternate timeout to use for on
	   actions instead of stonith-timeout

	   Some	devices	need much more/less time to complete than normal. Use
	   this	to specify an alternate, device-specific, timeout for 'on'
	   actions.

       pcmk_on_retries = integer [2]
	   Advanced use	only: The maximum number of times to retry the 'on'
	   command within the timeout period

	   Some	devices	do not support multiple	connections. Operations	may
	   'fail' if the device	is busy	with another task so Pacemaker will
	   automatically retry the operation, if there is time remaining. Use
	   this	option to alter	the number of times Pacemaker retries 'on'
	   actions before giving up.

       pcmk_list_action	= string [list]
	   Advanced use	only: An alternate command to run instead of 'list'

	   Some	devices	do not support the standard commands or	may provide
	   additional ones. Use	this to	specify	an alternate, device-specific,
	   command that	implements the 'list' action.

       pcmk_list_timeout = time	[60s]
	   Advanced use	only: Specify an alternate timeout to use for list
	   actions instead of stonith-timeout

	   Some	devices	need much more/less time to complete than normal. Use
	   this	to specify an alternate, device-specific, timeout for 'list'
	   actions.

       pcmk_list_retries = integer [2]
	   Advanced use	only: The maximum number of times to retry the 'list'
	   command within the timeout period

	   Some	devices	do not support multiple	connections. Operations	may
	   'fail' if the device	is busy	with another task so Pacemaker will
	   automatically retry the operation, if there is time remaining. Use
	   this	option to alter	the number of times Pacemaker retries 'list'
	   actions before giving up.

       pcmk_monitor_action = string [monitor]
	   Advanced use	only: An alternate command to run instead of 'monitor'

	   Some	devices	do not support the standard commands or	may provide
	   additional ones. Use	this to	specify	an alternate, device-specific,
	   command that	implements the 'monitor' action.

       pcmk_monitor_timeout = time [60s]
	   Advanced use	only: Specify an alternate timeout to use for monitor
	   actions instead of stonith-timeout

	   Some	devices	need much more/less time to complete than normal. Use
	   this	to specify an alternate, device-specific, timeout for
	   'monitor' actions.

       pcmk_monitor_retries = integer [2]
	   Advanced use	only: The maximum number of times to retry the
	   'monitor' command within the	timeout	period

	   Some	devices	do not support multiple	connections. Operations	may
	   'fail' if the device	is busy	with another task so Pacemaker will
	   automatically retry the operation, if there is time remaining. Use
	   this	option to alter	the number of times Pacemaker retries
	   'monitor' actions before giving up.

       pcmk_status_action = string [status]
	   Advanced use	only: An alternate command to run instead of 'status'

	   Some	devices	do not support the standard commands or	may provide
	   additional ones. Use	this to	specify	an alternate, device-specific,
	   command that	implements the 'status'	action.

       pcmk_status_timeout = time [60s]
	   Advanced use	only: Specify an alternate timeout to use for status
	   actions instead of stonith-timeout

	   Some	devices	need much more/less time to complete than normal. Use
	   this	to specify an alternate, device-specific, timeout for 'status'
	   actions.

       pcmk_status_retries = integer [2]
	   Advanced use	only: The maximum number of times to retry the
	   'status' command within the timeout period

	   Some	devices	do not support multiple	connections. Operations	may
	   'fail' if the device	is busy	with another task so Pacemaker will
	   automatically retry the operation, if there is time remaining. Use
	   this	option to alter	the number of times Pacemaker retries 'status'
	   actions before giving up.

AUTHOR
       Andrew Beekhof <andrew@beekhof.net>
	   Author.

Pacemaker Configuration		  08/29/2020			   STONITHD(7)

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