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       ocf_pacemaker_Dummy - Example stateless resource agent


         .PP OCF_RESKEY_state=string OCF_RESKEY_passwd=string [OCF_RESKEY_fake=string]
       OCF_RESKEY_op_sleep=string [OCF_RESKEY_fail_start_on=string] OCF_RESKEY_envfile=string

       Dummy [start | stop | monitor | reload | migrate_to | migrate_from | validate-all |


       This is a Dummy Resource Agent. It does absolutely nothing except keep track of whether
       its running or not. Its purpose in life is for testing and to serve as a template for RA
       writers. NB: Please pay attention to the timeouts specified in the actions section below.
       They should be meaningful for the kind of resource the agent manages. They should be the
       minimum advised timeouts, but they shouldn't/cannot cover _all_ possible resource
       instances. So, try to be neither overly generous nor too stingy, but moderate. The minimum
       timeouts should never be below 10 seconds.


       OCF_RESKEY_state = string [/Dummy-.state]

           State file

           Location to store the resource state in.

       OCF_RESKEY_passwd = string []


           Fake password field

       OCF_RESKEY_fake = string [dummy]

           Fake attribute that can be changed to cause a reload

           Fake attribute that can be changed to cause a reload

       OCF_RESKEY_op_sleep = string [0]

           Operation sleep duration in seconds.

           Number of seconds to sleep during operations. This can be used to test how the cluster
           reacts to operation timeouts.

       OCF_RESKEY_fail_start_on = string []

           Report bogus start failure on specified host

           Start actions will return failure if running on the host specified here, but the
           resource will start successfully anyway (future monitor calls will find it running).
           This can be used to test on-fail=ignore.

       OCF_RESKEY_envfile = string []

           Environment dump file

           If this is set, the environment will be dumped to this file for every call.


       Andrew Beekhof <>