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    SLES HA STONITH timeout problem with IPMI

    Hello,

    I'm facing problem with STONITH timeout configuration through IPMI. Even if i set paramaters stonith-timeout=60s, failure-timeout=60s on resource still STONITH reboot my node ignoring timeout. If I loose network connection to node for 1 sec always reboot of the node is done.
    How configure cluster to manage 1-5 sec network unavailable state?.

    Best regards,
    Marcin Przerwa

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    Re: SLES HA STONITH timeout problem with IPMI

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  3. Re: SLES HA STONITH timeout problem with IPMI

    Quote Originally Posted by marcinqo View Post
    Hello,

    I'm facing problem with STONITH timeout configuration through IPMI. Even if i set paramaters stonith-timeout=60s, failure-timeout=60s on resource still STONITH reboot my node ignoring timeout. If I loose network connection to node for 1 sec always reboot of the node is done.
    How configure cluster to manage 1-5 sec network unavailable state?.

    Best regards,
    Marcin Przerwa
    Stonith timeout is just to delay the stonith , but you will never prevent STONITH this way.

    You can adjust the "token" & "consensus" timeouts.

    For details check : man 5 corosync.conf

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