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NAME

       corosync-cfgtool - An administrative tool for corosync.

SYNOPSIS

       corosync-cfgtool [[-i IP_address] [-b] -s] [-R] [-L] [-k nodeid] [-a nodeid] [-h] [-H]

DESCRIPTION

       corosync-cfgtool A tool for displaying and configuring active parameters within corosync.

OPTIONS

       -i     Finds only information about the specified interface IP address with -s.

       -s     Displays  the status of the current links on this node for UDP/UDPU, while extended
              status for KNET. If any interfaces are faulty, 1 is returned by the binary. If  all
              interfaces  are  active  0 is returned to the shell.  After each link, the nodes on
              that link are displayed in order with their status, for example there are  3  nodes
              with KNET transportation: LINK ID 0:
                  id     = 192.168.100.80
                  status:
                      node 0: link enabled: 1     link connected: 1
                      node 1: link enabled: 1     link connected: 1
                      node 2: link enabled: 1     link connected: 1

       -b     Displays  the  brief status of the current links on this node (KNET only) when used
              with "-s". If any interfaces are faulty, 1  is  returned  by  the  binary.  If  all
              interfaces  are  active  0 is returned to the shell.  After each link, the nodes on
              that link are displayed in order with their status encoded  into  a  single  digit.
              1=link enabled, 2=link connected, So a 3 in a node position indicates that the link
              is both enabled and connected.  The local link (which will only ever be enabled  on
              link  0)  shows as enabled but not connected for internal reasons.  The output will
              be: LINK ID 0:
                  id     = 192.168.100.80
                  status = 333

       -R     Tell all instances of corosync in this cluster to reload corosync.conf.

       -L     Tell corosync to reopen all  logging  files.  In  contrast  to  other  subcommands,
              nothing is displayed on terminal if call is successful.

       -k     Kill a node identified by node id.

       -a     Display the IP address(es) of a node.

       -h     Print basic usage.

       -H     Shutdown corosync cleanly on this node.

SEE ALSO

       corosync_overview(7),

AUTHOR

       Angus Salkeld

                                            2018-10-15                        COROSYNC-CFGTOOL(8)