This BZ is to track the updates to the SBD fencing article on the customer portal, as per this exchange:
From Ken Gaillot:
To summarize the support issue, this is where I think we should be:
* SBD is supported on RHEL 6.8 and later, and 7.1 and later.
* On RHEL 6, using SBD in clusters with an even number of nodes is not
supported, due to the lack of auto_tie_breaker.
* On RHEL 7, using SBD in clusters with an even number of nodes is
supported if "auto_tie_breaker: 1" is set in
/etc/corosync/corosync.conf. (Also, the article should mention doing
* The other limitations in the article still apply: no Pacemaker Remote
(likely coming in 7.4, maybe 7.3.z if there is demand), no poison pill
(hopefully also 7.4), no software watchdogs (never).
Plus this, included here for completeness:
>>> is the other reference we have for sbd support policies, which repeats
>>> the 'not supported in 6' line. So obviously we missed something if that
>>> has changed.
The above should be updated; the equivalent notice for 6.8+ is:
To simplify finding it in the above exchange, this is the article to update:
Bug 1414053 - Clarify/update SBD doc re: support