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OCF_PACEMAKER_CLUSTE(7) Pacemaker Configuration OCF_PACEMAKER_CLUSTE(7)

ocf_pacemaker_ClusterMon - Runs crm_mon in the background, recording the cluster status to an HTML file

[ OCF_RESKEY_user=string] [OCF_RESKEY_update=integer] [OCF_RESKEY_extra_options=string] OCF_RESKEY_pidfile=string OCF_RESKEY_htmlfile=string
ClusterMon [start | stop | monitor | meta-data | validate-all]

This is a ClusterMon Resource Agent. It outputs current cluster status to the html.

OCF_RESKEY_user = string [root]
The user we want to run crm_mon as
The user we want to run crm_mon as
OCF_RESKEY_update = integer [15000]
Update interval in milliseconds
How frequently should we update the cluster status (in milliseconds). For compatibility with old documentation, values less than 1000 will be treated as seconds.
OCF_RESKEY_extra_options = string []
Extra options
Additional options to pass to crm_mon. Eg. -n -r
OCF_RESKEY_pidfile = string [/tmp/ClusterMon_.pid]
PID file
PID file location to ensure only one instance is running
OCF_RESKEY_htmlfile = string [/tmp/ClusterMon_.html]
HTML output
Location to write HTML output to.

Andrew Beekhof <andrew@beekhof.net>
Author.
01/02/2019 Pacemaker Configuration

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