Provided by: fence-virtd_4.11.0-1ubuntu2_amd64
fence_virtd - Fencing host for virtual machines
fence_virtd is a host daemon designed to route fencing requests for virtual machines. Fence_virt and fence_xvm talk to fence_virtd, which supports multiple backend plugins, including: - libvirt for single-node operation - Corosync CPG and libvirt when using Linux-cluster release 3.0.0 or later - libvirt-qpid for multi-node, non-cluster operation For compatibility, fence_xvm from linux-cluster release 2 may talk to fence_virtd. fence_virtd accepts a few options on the command line, but most options are read from fence_virt.conf.
-d Specify debug level, e.g. "-d99" -c Interactively prompt user for configuration information -f Specify an alternate configuration file instead of /etc/fence_virt.conf -F Do not fork into background after starting (overrides any setting in fence_virt.conf) -w Wait for backend to be available (overrides any setting in fence_virt.conf) -p Specify the full path to the pid file used to record the active process pid.
fence_virt(8), fence_xvm(8), fence(8), fence_virt.conf(5)