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NAME

       corosync-cfgtool - An administrative tool for corosync.

SYNOPSIS

       corosync-cfgtool  [-i] [IP_address] [-s] [-r] [-l] [-u] [-H] [service_name] [-v] [version]
       [-k] [nodeid] [-a] [nodeid]

DESCRIPTION

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

OPTIONS

       -h     Print basic usage.

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

       -s     Displays the status of the current rings on  this  node.   If  any  interfaces  are
              faulty, 1 is returned by the binary.  If all interfaces are active 0 is returned to
              the shell.

       -r     Reset redundant ring state cluster wide after a fault to re-enable  redundant  ring
              operation.

       -l     Load a service identified by "service_name".

       -u     Unload a service identified by "service_name".

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

       -k     Kill a node identified by node id.

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

       -H     Shutdown corosync cleanly on this node.

SEE ALSO

       corosync_overview(8),

AUTHOR

       Angus Salkeld

                                            2010-05-30                        COROSYNC-CFGTOOL(8)