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Manual Reference Pages  -  ATTRD_UPDATER (8)

NAME

Pacemaker - Part of the Pacemaker cluster resource manager

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Author

SYNOPSIS

attrd_updater command -n attribute [options]

DESCRIPTION

attrd_updater - Tool for updating cluster node attributes

OPTIONS

-?, --help This text
-$, --version
  Version information
-V, --verbose
  Increase debug output
-n, --name=value
  The attribute’s name

    Commands:

-U, --update=value
  Update the attribute’s value in attrd. If this causes the value to change, it will also be updated in the cluster configuration
-Q, --query
  Query the attribute’s value from attrd
-D, --delete
  Delete the attribute in attrd. If a value was previously set, it will also be removed from the cluster configuration
-R, --refresh
  (Advanced) Force the attrd daemon to resend all current values to the CIB

    Additional options:

-d, --delay=value
  The time to wait (dampening) in seconds for further changes before writing
-s, --set=value
  (Advanced) The attribute set in which to place the value
-N, --node=value
  Set the attribute for the named node (instead of the local one)
-A, --all Show values of the attribute for all nodes (query only)
-l, --lifetime=value
  (Deprecated) Lifetime of the node attribute (silently ignored by cluster)
-p, --private
  If this creates a new attribute, never write the attribute to the CIB

AUTHOR

Written by Andrew Beekhof

REPORTING BUGS

Report bugs to pacemaker@oss.clusterlabs.org
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Pacemaker 1.1.14 PACEMAKER (8) April 2016

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