Provided by: fence-agents_4.0.22-2_i386 bug

NAME

       fence_imm - Fence agent for IPMI

       fence_ilo3 - Fence agent for HP iLO3 (symlink)

       fence_ilo4 - Fence agent for HP iLO4 (symlink)

       fence_imm - Fence agent for IBM Integrated Management Module (symlink)

       fence_idrac - Fence agent for Dell iDRAC (symlink)

DESCRIPTION

       fence_ipmilan  is  an  I/O Fencing agentwhich can be used with machines
       controlled  by  IPMI.This  agent  calls   support   software   ipmitool
       (http://ipmitool.sf.net/).

       fence_imm  accepts  options  on the command line as well as from stdin.
       Fenced  sends  parameters  through  stdin  when  it  execs  the  agent.
       fence_imm  can  be  run  by  itself with command line options.  This is
       useful for testing and for turning outlets on or off from scripts.

       Vendor URL:

PARAMETERS


       -o, --action=[action]
              Fencing action (Default Value: reboot)

       -A, --auth=[auth]
              IPMI Lan Auth type. (md5|password|none)

       -C, --cipher=[cipher]
              Ciphersuite to use (same as ipmitool -C parameter)

       -4, --inet4-only
              Forces agent to use IPv4 addresses only

       -6, --inet6-only
              Forces agent to use IPv6 addresses only

       -a, --ip=[ip]
              IP address or hostname of fencing device

       -u, --ipport=[port]
              TCP/UDP port to use for connection with device  (Default  Value:
              623)

       -P, --lanplus
              Use Lanplus to improve security of connection (Default Value: 0)

       -l, --username=[name]
              Login name

       -m, --method=[method]
              Method to fence (onoff|cycle) (Default Value: onoff)

       -p, --password=[password]
              Login password or passphrase

       -S, --password-script=[script]
              Script to run to retrieve password

       -n, --plug=[ip]
              IP address or hostname of fencing device (together with  --port-
              as-ip)

       -L, --privlvl=[level]
              Privilege          level          on         IPMI         device
              (callback|user|operator|administrator)      (Default      Value:
              administrator)

       -v, --verbose
              Verbose mode

       -D, --debug-file=[debugfile]
              Write debug information to given file

       -V, --version
              Display version information and exit

       -h, --help
              Display help and exit

       --delay=[seconds]
              Wait  X  seconds  before  fencing  is started (Default Value: 0)

       --ipmitool-path=[path]
              Path to ipmitool binary (Default Value: /usr/bin/ipmitool)

       --login-timeout=[seconds]
              Wait X seconds for cmd prompt after  login  (Default  Value:  5)

       --port-as-ip
              Make "port/plug" to be an alias to IP address

       --power-timeout=[seconds]
              Test  X  seconds  for status change after ON/OFF (Default Value:
              20)

       --power-wait=[seconds]
              Wait X seconds after issuing ON/OFF (Default Value: 2)

       --shell-timeout=[seconds]
              Wait X seconds for cmd prompt  after  issuing  command  (Default
              Value: 3)

       --retry-on=[attempts]
              Count of attempts to retry power on (Default Value: 1)

       --use-sudo
              Use  sudo  (without  password)  when  calling 3rd party software

       --sudo-path=[path]
              Path to sudo binary (Default Value: /usr/bin/sudo)

ACTIONS


       on     Power on machine.

       off    Power off machine.

       reboot Reboot machine.

       status This returns the status of the plug/virtual machine.

       monitor
              Check the health of fence device

       metadata
              Display the XML metadata describing this resource.

       validate-all
              Validate if all required parameters are entered.

       diag   Pulse a diagnostic interrupt to the processor(s).

STDIN PARAMETERS


       action Fencing action (Default Value: reboot)

       auth   IPMI Lan Auth type. (md5|password|none)

       cipher Ciphersuite to use (same as ipmitool -C parameter)

       inet4_only
              Forces agent to use IPv4 addresses only

       inet6_only
              Forces agent to use IPv6 addresses only

       ipaddr IP address or hostname of fencing device

       ipport TCP/UDP port to use for connection with device  (Default  Value:
              623)

       lanplus
              Use Lanplus to improve security of connection (Default Value: 0)

       login  Login name

       method Method to fence (onoff|cycle) (Default Value: onoff)

       passwd Login password or passphrase

       passwd_script
              Script to run to retrieve password

       port   IP address or hostname of fencing device (together with  --port-
              as-ip)

       privlvl
              Privilege          level          on         IPMI         device
              (callback|user|operator|administrator)      (Default      Value:
              administrator)

       verbose
              Verbose mode

       debug  Write debug information to given file

       version
              Display version information and exit

       help   Display help and exit

       delay  Wait  X  seconds  before  fencing  is started (Default Value: 0)

       ipmitool_path
              Path to ipmitool binary (Default Value: /usr/bin/ipmitool)

       login_timeout
              Wait X seconds for cmd prompt after  login  (Default  Value:  5)

       port_as_ip
              Make "port/plug" to be an alias to IP address

       power_timeout
              Test  X  seconds  for status change after ON/OFF (Default Value:
              20)

       power_wait
              Wait X seconds after issuing ON/OFF (Default Value: 2)

       shell_timeout
              Wait X seconds for cmd prompt  after  issuing  command  (Default
              Value: 3)

       retry_on
              Count of attempts to retry power on (Default Value: 1)

       sudo   Use  sudo  (without  password)  when  calling 3rd party software

       sudo_path
              Path to sudo binary (Default Value: /usr/bin/sudo)