Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 136220
would be useful for gulm_tool to print resources/services registered with lock_gulmd
Last modified: 2010-01-11 21:59:59 EST
Description of problem:
It would be very useful to use gulm_tool to extract what
resources/services are currently registered with lock_gulmd. This
information is currently available by sending SIGUSR1 to core and
parsing the resulting /tmp/Gulm_Services debugging file. It would be
helpfull to expose this information to a more user friendly interface
so that users and scripts could utilize this information easier. With
this information, it would be much easier for scripts to work around
bugs such as bug #135730 and bug #129193
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
GFS-6.0.0-15 and earlier
Created attachment 105394 [details]
implementation for `gulm_tool resourcelist $server`
The attached patch is a proposal for how to implement this enhancement.
Included in the patch is a fix for bug #135730 demonstrating how this may be
I'm a bit confused by the terminology. I don't know if this is a "resoucelist"
or a "servicelist". I also don't know if there is a difference between
"resources" and "services", but at least this provides the general idea of what
I had in mind.
blerg. thought I had that in there.
There is already a stuff in gio_wiretypes.h for this. Matter-a-fact
the library interface can already do this. Seems I just forgot to add
the stuff to gulm_tool.
As for the naming, when this was first added I called all this
resources. This was deemed to confusing, so it was changed to
services externally. So there is still stuff that referes to
resources, but everything users see should be services. (so
should be in 6.0
will get to other trees soonish.
This should be added to the usage statement and manpage so we're not
asking each other in a month, "Was that resourse_list or servicelist?"
usage and man page fixed in 6.0
An errata has been issued which should help the problem
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