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NAME

       stonithd - Options available for all stonith resources

SYNOPSIS

       [stonith-timeout=time] [priority=integer] [pcmk_host_argument=string]
       [pcmk_host_map=string] [pcmk_host_list=string] [pcmk_host_check=string]
       [pcmk_reboot_action=string] [pcmk_poweroff_action=string]
       [pcmk_list_action=string] [pcmk_monitor_action=string]
       [pcmk_status_action=string]

DESCRIPTION

       This is a fake resource that details the instance attributes handled by
       stonithd.

SUPPORTED PARAMETERS

       stonith-timeout = time [60s]
           How long to wait for the STONITH action to complete.

           Overrides the stonith-timeout cluster property

       priority = integer [0]
           The priority of the stonith resource. The lower the number, the
           higher the priority.

       pcmk_host_argument = string [port]
           Advanced use only: An alternate parameter to supply instead of
           'port'

           Some devices do not support the standard 'port' parameter or may
           provide additional ones. Use this to specify an alternate,
           device-specific, parameter that should indicate the machine to be
           fenced. A value of 'none' can be used to tell the cluster not to
           supply any additional parameters.

       pcmk_host_map = string []
           A mapping of host names to ports numbers for devices that do not
           support host names.

           Eg. node1:1;node2:2,3 would tell the cluster to use port 1 for
           node1 and ports 2 and 3 for node2

       pcmk_host_list = string []
           A list of machines controlled by this device (Optional unless
           pcmk_host_check=static-list).

       pcmk_host_check = string [dynamic-list]
           How to determin which machines are controlled by the device.

           Allowed values: dynamic-list (query the device), static-list (check
           the pcmk_host_list attribute), none (assume every device can fence
           every machine)

       pcmk_reboot_action = string [reboot]
           Advanced use only: An alternate command to run instead of 'reboot'

           Some devices do not support the standard commands or may provide
           additional ones. Use this to specify an alternate, device-specific,
           command that implements the 'reboot' action.

       pcmk_poweroff_action = string [poweroff]
           Advanced use only: An alternate command to run instead of
           'poweroff'

           Some devices do not support the standard commands or may provide
           additional ones. Use this to specify an alternate, device-specific,
           command that implements the 'poweroff' action.

       pcmk_list_action = string [list]
           Advanced use only: An alternate command to run instead of 'list'

           Some devices do not support the standard commands or may provide
           additional ones. Use this to specify an alternate, device-specific,
           command that implements the 'list' action.

       pcmk_monitor_action = string [monitor]
           Advanced use only: An alternate command to run instead of 'monitor'

           Some devices do not support the standard commands or may provide
           additional ones. Use this to specify an alternate, device-specific,
           command that implements the 'monitor' action.

       pcmk_status_action = string [status]
           Advanced use only: An alternate command to run instead of 'status'

           Some devices do not support the standard commands or may provide
           additional ones. Use this to specify an alternate, device-specific,
           command that implements the 'status' action.

AUTHOR

       Andrew Beekhof <andrew@beekhof.net>
           Author.