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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.

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.  supress 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)

                                                              fence_egenera(8)