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4.3. Starting and Stopping the Cluster Software

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

  1. service ccsd start

  2. service lock_gulmd start or service cman start according to the type of lock manager used

  3. service fenced start

  4. service clvmd start

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

  6. 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 fenced stop

  5. service lock_gulmd stop or service cman stop according to the type of lock manager used

  6. service ccsd stop

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

 
 
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