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NAME

       corosync-notifyd - Listen for important corosync events and send dbus and/or snmp traps.

SYNOPSIS

       corosync-notifyd [-f] [-l] [-o] [-s] [-m] [manager] [-d] [-h]

DESCRIPTION

       corosync-notifyd  uses  corosync  API  to  listen for important cluster events and can log
       them, generate dbus signals or genterate snmp traps.

OPTIONS

       -f     Start application in foreground.

       -l     Log all events.

       -o     Print events to stdout (turns on -l).

       -s     Send SNMP traps on all events.

       -m     Set the SNMP manager address.

       -d     Send DBUS signals on all events.

       -h     Print this help

EXAMPLES

       $ corosync-notifyd -o
       corosync-notifyd[18505]: troll[23374016]  corosync-notify:18505:12  is  now  connected  to
       corosync
       corosync-notifyd[18505]: troll[23374016] corosync-notify:18505:13 is now disconnected from
       corosync
       corosync-notifyd[18505]: troll[23374016] is now quorate
       corosync-notifyd[18505]: r2[1550100672] ip:192.168.100.92 joined
       corosync-notifyd[18505]: r2[1550100672] ip:192.168.100.92 left

       $ corosync-notifyd -d

       Note this output below is from "dbus-monitor --system"

       signal       sender=:1.216        ->        dest=(null        destination)        serial=2
       path=/com/redhat/cluster/corosync;
        interface=com.redhat.cluster.corosync; member=ConnectionStateChange
          string "troll"
          uint32 23374016
          string "corosync-notify:18900:12"
          string "connected"
       signal        sender=:1.216        ->        dest=(null        destination)       serial=3
       path=/com/redhat/cluster/corosync;
        interface=com.redhat.cluster.corosync; member=ConnectionStateChange
          string "troll"
          uint32 23374016
          string "corosync-notify:18900:13"
          string "disconnected"
       signal       sender=:1.216        ->        dest=(null        destination)        serial=4
       path=/com/redhat/cluster/corosync;
        interface=com.redhat.cluster.corosync; member=QorumStateChange
          string "troll"
          uint32 23374016
          string "quorate"
       signal        sender=:1.216        ->        dest=(null        destination)       serial=5
       path=/com/redhat/cluster/corosync;
        interface=com.redhat.cluster.corosync; member=NodeStateChange
          string "r2"
          uint32 1550100672
          string "192.168.100.92"
          string "joined"
       signal       sender=:1.216        ->        dest=(null        destination)        serial=6
       path=/com/redhat/cluster/corosync;
        interface=com.redhat.cluster.corosync; member=NodeStateChange
          string "r2"
          uint32 1550100672
          string "192.168.100.92"
          string "left"

SEE ALSO

       corosync(8), corosync-cmapctl(8), dbus-monitor(1),

AUTHOR

       Angus Salkeld

                                            2011-01-14                        COROSYNC-NOTIFYD(8)