5.1. Starting and Stopping the Cluster Software

5.1. Starting and Stopping the Cluster Software

To start the cluster software on a member, type the following commands in this order:

  1. service cman start

  2. service clvmd start

  3. service gfs start, if you are using Red Hat GFS

  4. service rgmanager start

To stop the cluster software on a member, type the following commands in this order:

  1. service rgmanager stop

  2. service gfs stop, if you are using Red Hat GFS

  3. service clvmd stop

  4. service cman stop

Stopping the cluster services on a member causes its services to fail over to an active member.


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