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NAME

       Pacemaker - Part of the Pacemaker cluster resource manager

SYNOPSIS

       crm_resource (query|command) [options]

DESCRIPTION

       crm_resource - Perform tasks related to cluster resources.  Allows resources to be queried
       (definition and location), modified, and moved around the cluster.

OPTIONS

       -?, --help
              This text

       -$, --version
              Version information

       -V, --verbose
              Increase debug output

       -Q, --quiet
              Print only the value on stdout

       -r, --resource=value
              Resource ID

   Queries:
       -L, --list
              List all cluster resources

       -l, --list-raw
              List the IDs of all instantiated resources (no groups/clones/...)

       -O, --list-operations
              List active resource operations.  Optionally filtered by resource (-r) and/or  node
              (-N)

       -o, --list-all-operations
              List  all  resource  operations.   Optionally filtered by resource (-r) and/or node
              (-N)

       -j, --pending
              Display pending state if 'record-pending' is enabled

       --list-standards
              List supported standards

       --list-ocf-providers
              List all available OCF providers

       --list-agents=value
              List all agents available for the named standard and/or provider.

       --list-ocf-alternatives=value
              List all available providers for the named OCF agent

       --show-metadata=value
              Show the metadata for the named class:provider:agent

       -q, --query-xml
              Query the definition of a resource (template expanded)

       -w, --query-xml-raw
              Query the definition of a resource (raw xml)

       -W, --locate
              Display the current location(s) of a resource

       -A, --stack
              Display the prerequisites and dependents of a resource

       -a, --constraints
              Display the (co)location constraints that apply to a resource

   Commands:
       -C, --cleanup
              Delete the resource history and re-check the current state. Optional: --resource

       -p, --set-parameter=value
              Set the named parameter for a resource. See also -m, --meta

       -g, --get-parameter=value
              Display the named parameter for a resource. See also -m, --meta

       -d, --delete-parameter=value
              Delete the named parameter for a resource. See also -m, --meta

   Resource location:
       -M, --move
              Move a resource from its current location  to  the  named  destination.   Requires:
              --host. Optional: --lifetime, --master

              NOTE:  This  may  prevent  the  resource from running on the previous location node
              until the implicit constraints expire or are removed with --unban

       -B, --ban
              Prevent the named resource from running on the named --host.  Requires: --resource.
              Optional: --host, --lifetime, --master

       If --host is not specified, it defaults to:
              * the current location for primitives and groups, or

              * the current location of the master for m/s resources with master-max=1

              All other situations result in an error as there is no sane default.

              NOTE: This will prevent the resource from running on this node until the constraint
              expires or is removed with --clear

       -U, --clear
              Remove all constraints created by the  --ban  and/or  --move  commands.   Requires:
              --resource. Optional: --host, --master

              If  --host  is  not  specified, all constraints created by --ban and --move will be
              removed for the named resource.

       -u, --lifetime=value
              Lifespan of constraints created by the --ban and --move commands

       --master
              Limit the scope of the --ban, --move and --clear  commands to the Master role.  For
              --ban and --move, the previous master can still remain active in the Slave role.

   Advanced Commands:
       -D, --delete
              (Advanced) Delete a resource from the CIB

       -F, --fail
              (Advanced) Tell the cluster this resource has failed

       --restart
              (Advanced)  Tell  the cluster to restart this resource and anything that depends on
              it

       --wait (Advanced) Wait until the cluster settles into a stable state

       --force-demote
              (Advanced) Bypass the cluster and demote a resource on the local  node.  Additional
              detail with -V

       --force-stop
              (Advanced)  Bypass  the  cluster  and stop a resource on the local node. Additional
              detail with -V

       --force-start
              (Advanced) Bypass the cluster and start a resource on the  local  node.  Additional
              detail with -V

       --force-promote
              (Advanced)  Bypass the cluster and promote a resource on the local node. Additional
              detail with -V

       --force-check
              (Advanced) Bypass the cluster and check the state of a resource on the local  node.
              Additional detail with -V

   Additional Options:
       -N, --node=value
              Host uname

       --recursive
              Follow colocation chains when using --set-parameter

       -t, --resource-type=value
              Resource type (primitive, clone, group, ...)

       -v, --parameter-value=value
              Value to use with -p or -S

       -m, --meta
              Modify  a  resource's  configuration  option rather than one which is passed to the
              resource agent script. For use with -p, -g, -d

       -z, --utilization
              Modify a resource's utilization attribute. For use with -p, -g, -d

       -s, --set-name=value
              (Advanced) ID of the instance_attributes object to change

       -i, --nvpair=value
              (Advanced) ID of the nvpair object to change/delete

       -f, --force

EXAMPLES

       List the configured resources:

              # crm_resource --list

       List the available OCF agents:

              # crm_resource --list-agents ocf

       List the available OCF agents from the linux-ha project:

              # crm_resource --list-agents ocf:heartbeat

       Display the current location of 'myResource':

              # crm_resource --resource myResource --locate

       Move 'myResource' to another machine:

              # crm_resource --resource myResource --move

       Move 'myResource' to a specific machine:

              # crm_resource --resource myResource --move --node altNode

       Allow (but not force) 'myResource' to move back to its original location:

              # crm_resource --resource myResource --un-move

       Tell the cluster that 'myResource' failed:

              # crm_resource --resource myResource --fail

       Stop 'myResource' (and anything that depends on it):

              #   crm_resource   --resource   myResource   --set-parameter   target-role   --meta
              --parameter-value Stopped

       Tell the cluster not to manage 'myResource':

       The  cluster  will  not  attempt  to  start  or stop the resource under any circumstances.
       Useful when performing maintenance tasks on a resource.

              #   crm_resource   --resource   myResource   --set-parameter   is-managed    --meta
              --parameter-value false

       Erase the operation history of 'myResource' on 'aNode':

       The  cluster  will 'forget' the existing resource state (including any errors) and attempt
       to recover the resource.  Useful when a resource  had  failed  permanently  and  has  been
       repaired by an administrator.

              # crm_resource --resource myResource --cleanup --node aNode

AUTHOR

       Written by Andrew Beekhof

REPORTING BUGS

       Report bugs to pacemaker@oss.clusterlabs.org