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fence_egenera

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NAME

fence_egenera - I/O Fencing agent for the Egenera BladeFrame

 

SYNOPSIS

fence_egenera [OPTION]...

 

DESCRIPTION

fence_egenera is an I/O Fencing agent which can be used with the Egenera BladeFrame. It logs into a control blade (cserver) via ssh and operates on a processing blade (pserver) identified by the pserver name and the logical process area network (LPAN) that it is in. fence_egenera requires that ssh keys have been setup so that the fence_egenera does not require a password to authenticate. Refer to ssh(8) for more information on setting up ssh keys.

fence_egenera accepts options on the command line as well as from stdin. Fenced sends parameters through stdin when it execs the agent. fence_egenera can also be run by itself with command line options.

Vendor URL: http://www.egenera.com

 

OPTIONS

-c cserver
The cserver to ssh to. cserver can be in the form user@hostname to specify a different user to login as.
-h
Print out a help message describing available options, then exit.
-l lpan
the lpan to operate on
-o action
The action required. reboot (default), off, on or status.
-p pserver
the pserver to operate on
-q
quite mode. suppress output.
-V
Print out a version message, then exit.

 

STDIN PARAMETERS

action = < param >
The action required. reboot (default), off, on or status.
agent = < param >
This option is used by fence_node(8) and is ignored by fence_apc.
cserver = < param >
The cserver to ssh to. cserver can be in the form user@hostname to specify a different user to login as.
lpan = < param >
The lpan to operate on
pserver = < param >
The pserver to operate on
esh = < param >
The path to the esh command on the cserver (default is /opt/panmgr/bin/esh)

 

SEE ALSO

fence(8), fence_node(8), ssh(8)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
STDIN PARAMETERS
SEE ALSO

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Time: 22:01:37 GMT, April 16, 2011