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NAME

       ocf_heartbeat_IPaddr2 - Manages virtual IPv4 and IPv6 addresses (Linux specific version)

SYNOPSIS

       IPaddr2 [start | stop | status | monitor | meta-data | validate-all]

DESCRIPTION

       This Linux-specific resource manages IP alias IP addresses. It can add an IP alias, or
       remove one. In addition, it can implement Cluster Alias IP functionality if invoked as a
       clone resource.

       If used as a clone, you should explicitly set clone-node-max >= 2, and/or clone-max <
       number of nodes. In case of node failure, clone instances need to be re-allocated on
       surviving nodes. This would not be possible if there is already an instance on those
       nodes, and clone-node-max=1 (which is the default).

SUPPORTED PARAMETERS

       ip
           The IPv4 (dotted quad notation) or IPv6 address (colon hexadecimal notation) example
           IPv4 "192.168.1.1". example IPv6 "2001:db8:DC28:0:0:FC57:D4C8:1FFF".

           (unique, required, string, no default)

       nic
           The base network interface on which the IP address will be brought online. If left
           empty, the script will try and determine this from the routing table.

           Do NOT specify an alias interface in the form eth0:1 or anything here; rather, specify
           the base interface only. If you want a label, see the iflabel parameter.

           Prerequisite:

           There must be at least one static IP address, which is not managed by the cluster,
           assigned to the network interface. If you can not assign any static IP address on the
           interface, modify this kernel parameter:

           sysctl -w net.ipv4.conf.all.promote_secondaries=1 # (or per device)

           (optional, string, no default)

       cidr_netmask
           The netmask for the interface in CIDR format (e.g., 24 and not 255.255.255.0)

           If unspecified, the script will also try to determine this from the routing table.

           (optional, string, no default)

       broadcast
           Broadcast address associated with the IP. It is possible to use the special symbols
           '+' and '-' instead of the broadcast address. In this case, the broadcast address is
           derived by setting/resetting the host bits of the interface prefix.

           (optional, string, no default)

       iflabel
           You can specify an additional label for your IP address here. This label is appended
           to your interface name.

           The kernel allows alphanumeric labels up to a maximum length of 15 characters
           including the interface name and colon (e.g. eth0:foobar1234)

           A label can be specified in nic parameter but it is deprecated. If a label is
           specified in nic name, this parameter has no effect.

           (optional, string, no default)

       lvs_support
           Enable support for LVS Direct Routing configurations. In case a IP address is stopped,
           only move it to the loopback device to allow the local node to continue to service
           requests, but no longer advertise it on the network.

           Notes for IPv6: It is not necessary to enable this option on IPv6. Instead, enable
           'lvs_ipv6_addrlabel' option for LVS-DR usage on IPv6.

           (optional, boolean, default false)

       lvs_ipv6_addrlabel
           Enable adding IPv6 address label so IPv6 traffic originating from the address's
           interface does not use this address as the source. This is necessary for LVS-DR health
           checks to realservers to work. Without it, the most recently added IPv6 address
           (probably the address added by IPaddr2) will be used as the source address for IPv6
           traffic from that interface and since that address exists on loopback on the
           realservers, the realserver response to pings/connections will never leave its
           loopback. See RFC3484 for the detail of the source address selection.

           See also 'lvs_ipv6_addrlabel_value' parameter.

           (optional, boolean, default false)

       lvs_ipv6_addrlabel_value
           Specify IPv6 address label value used when 'lvs_ipv6_addrlabel' is enabled. The value
           should be an unused label in the policy table which is shown by 'ip addrlabel list'
           command. You would rarely need to change this parameter.

           (optional, integer, default 99)

       mac
           Set the interface MAC address explicitly. Currently only used in case of the Cluster
           IP Alias. Leave empty to chose automatically.

           (optional, string, no default)

       clusterip_hash
           Specify the hashing algorithm used for the Cluster IP functionality.

           (optional, string, default "sourceip-sourceport")

       unique_clone_address
           If true, add the clone ID to the supplied value of IP to create a unique address to
           manage

           (optional, boolean, default false)

       arp_interval
           Specify the interval between unsolicited ARP packets in milliseconds.

           (optional, integer, default 200)

       arp_count
           Number of unsolicited ARP packets to send.

           (optional, integer, default 5)

       arp_bg
           Whether or not to send the ARP packets in the background.

           (optional, string, default "true")

       arp_mac
           MAC address to send the ARP packets to.

           You really shouldn't be touching this.

           (optional, string, default "ffffffffffff")

       arp_sender
           The program to send ARP packets with on start. For infiniband interfaces, default is
           ipoibarping. If ipoibarping is not available, set this to send_arp.

           (optional, string, no default)

       flush_routes
           Flush the routing table on stop. This is for applications which use the cluster IP
           address and which run on the same physical host that the IP address lives on. The
           Linux kernel may force that application to take a shortcut to the local loopback
           interface, instead of the interface the address is really bound to. Under those
           circumstances, an application may, somewhat unexpectedly, continue to use connections
           for some time even after the IP address is deconfigured. Set this parameter in order
           to immediately disable said shortcut when the IP address goes away.

           (optional, boolean, default false)

SUPPORTED ACTIONS

       This resource agent supports the following actions (operations):

       start
           Starts the resource. Suggested minimum timeout: 20s.

       stop
           Stops the resource. Suggested minimum timeout: 20s.

       status
           Performs a status check. Suggested minimum timeout: 20s. Suggested interval: 10s.

       monitor
           Performs a detailed status check. Suggested minimum timeout: 20s. Suggested interval:
           10s.

       meta-data
           Retrieves resource agent metadata (internal use only). Suggested minimum timeout: 5s.

       validate-all
           Performs a validation of the resource configuration. Suggested minimum timeout: 20s.

EXAMPLE CRM SHELL

       The following is an example configuration for a IPaddr2 resource using the crm(8) shell:

           primitive p_IPaddr2 ocf:heartbeat:IPaddr2 \
             params \
               ip=string \
             op monitor depth="0" timeout="20s" interval="10s"

EXAMPLE PCS

       The following is an example configuration for a IPaddr2 resource using pcs(8)

           pcs resource create p_IPaddr2 ocf:heartbeat:IPaddr2 \
             ip=string \
             op monitor depth="0" timeout="20s" interval="10s"

SEE ALSO

       http://www.linux-ha.org/wiki/IPaddr2_(resource_agent)

AUTHOR

       Linux-HA contributors (see the resource agent source for information about individual
       authors)