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NAME

       corosync-quorumtool - Set and display quorum settings.

SYNOPSIS

       corosync-quorumtool  [-s]  [-m]  [-l]  [-p]  [-v votes] [-n nodeid] [-e
       expected] [-h] [-i] [-o <a|n|i>] [-V]

DESCRIPTION

       Display the current state of quorum in the cluster and set vote  quorum
       options.

OPTIONS

       -s     show quorum status

       -m     constantly monitor quorum status

       -l     list nodes

       -v <votes>
              change the number of votes for a node *

       -n <nodeid>
              optional nodeid of node for -v

       -e <expected>
              change expected votes for the cluster *

       -H     show nodeids in hexadecimal rather than decimal

       -i     show node IP addresses instead of the resolved name

       -p     when used with -s or -l, generates machine parsable output

       -o <a|n|i>
              Orders  the  output  of  the  nodes list. By default or with -oa
              nodes are  listed  in  IP  address  order:  as  they  come  from
              corosync.  -on will order the nodes based on their name, and -oi
              will order them based on their node ID.

       -h (if no other argument)
              show this help text

       -V     show version and exit

       * Starred items only work if votequorum  is  the  quorum  provider  for
       corosync

SEE ALSO

       corosync_overview(8), votequorum_overview(8),

AUTHOR

       Angus Salkeld

                                  2012-01-12            COROSYNC-QUORUMTOOL(8)