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       Pacemaker - Part of the Pacemaker cluster resource manager


       crmadmin [options] [node]


       query and manage the Pacemaker controller


   Help Options:
       -h, --help
              Show help options

              Show all help options

              Show output help

              Show command options

              Show additional options

   Output Options:
              Specify output format as one of: text (default), xml

              Specify file name for output (or "-" for stdout)

              Use more highly formatted output (requires --output-as=text)

       -S, --status=NODE
              Display  the  status  of  the  specified  node.  Result is state of node's internal
              finite state machine, which can be useful for debugging

       -P, --pacemakerd
              Display the status of local pacemakerd.  Result is the  state  of  the  sub-daemons
              watched by pacemakerd.

       -D, --dc_lookup
              Display  the  uname  of  the  node  co-ordinating the cluster.  This is an internal
              detail rarely useful to administrators  except  when  deciding  on  which  node  to
              examine the logs.

       -N, --nodes=TYPE
              Display   the   uname   of   all   member   nodes   [optionally  filtered  by  type
              (comma-separated)] Types: all (default), cluster, guest, remote

   Additional Options:
       -t, --timeout=TIMESPEC
              Time  to wait before declaring the operation failed

       -B, --bash-export
              Display nodes as shell  commands  of  the  form  'export  uname=uuid'  (valid  with

       -i, --ipc-name=NAME
              Name to use for ipc instead of 'crmadmin' (with -P/--pacemakerd).

   Application Options:
       -$, --version
              Display software version and exit

       -V, --verbose
              Increase debug output (may be specified multiple times)

       -q, --quiet
              Display only the essential query information


       Time Specification:

       The  TIMESPEC  in  any command line option can be specified in many different formats.  It
       can   be   just   an   integer    number    of    seconds,    a    number    plus    units
       (ms/msec/us/usec/s/sec/m/min/h/hr), or an ISO 8601 period specification.


       Written by Andrew Beekhof and the Pacemaker project contributors


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