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NAME

       fence_sbd - Fence agent for sbd

DESCRIPTION

       fence_sbd  is I/O Fencing agent which can be used in environments where
       sbd can be used (shared storage).

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

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PARAMETERS


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

       --devices=[device_a,device_b]
              SBD Device This parameter is always required.

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

       -n, --plug=[id]
              Physical  plug  number  on  device,  UUID  or  identification of
              machine This parameter is always required.

       -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

       -C, --separator=[char]
              Separator for CSV created by 'list' operation (Default Value: ,)

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

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

       --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: 0)

       --sbd-path=[path]
              Path to SBD binary (Default Value: /sbin/sbd)

       --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)

ACTIONS


       on     Power on machine.

       off    Power off machine.

       reboot Reboot machine.

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

       list   List  available  plugs with aliases/virtual machines if there is
              support for more then one device. Returns N/A otherwise.

       list-status
              List available plugs with  aliases/virtual  machines  and  their
              power  state  if it can be obtained without additional commands.

       monitor
              Check the health of fence device

       metadata
              Display the XML metadata describing this resource.

       validate-all
              Validate if all required parameters are entered.

STDIN PARAMETERS


       action Fencing action (Default Value: reboot)

       devices
              SBD Device This parameter is always required.

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

       port   Physical plug  number  on  device,  UUID  or  identification  of
              machine This parameter is always required.

       verbose
              Verbose mode

       debug  Write debug information to given file

       version
              Display version information and exit

       help   Display help and exit

       separator
              Separator for CSV created by 'list' operation (Default Value: ,)

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

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

       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: 0)

       sbd_path
              Path to SBD binary (Default Value: /sbin/sbd)

       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)