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CentOS High Availability by Mitja Resman

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Managing cluster services

Once you have configured the cluster services as you like, you must learn how to manage them. We can manage cluster services with the clusvcadm command and additional parameters. The syntax of the clusvcadm command is as follows:

clusvcadm [parameter]

With the clusvcadm command, you can perform the following actions:

  • Disable service (syntax: clusvcadm -d <service_name>): This stops the cluster service and puts it into the disabled state. This is the only permitted operation if the service in question is in the failed state.
  • Start service (syntax: clusvcadm -e <service_name> -m <cluster_node>): This starts a non-running cluster service. It optionally provides the cluster node name you would like to start the service on. ...

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