Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 277781
conga passes fence_scsi nodename, where as it accepts only node
Last modified: 2010-10-22 14:24:15 EDT
Description of problem:
Luci creates a invalid xml file, which creates incorrect parameters for
fence_scsi. It presents "nodename" whereas the code itself only accepts node.
The man page for fence_scsi also sugguests that the fence_scsi perl script
should take nodename=value on the stdin, although this does not seem to be the case.
I've lodged this against fence, as I believe that the simplest fix is to fix
with the minimum behavioral change.
There is also no fence component in the RHEL bugzilla list.
Created attachment 186901 [details]
Patch for fence_scsi to accept both node and nodename as valid parameters.
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Bumped for 5.2
fence is subsumed by cman for rhel5
Changed fence_scsi to accept "nodename" in addition to "node." I've also changed
conga to set "node" to be backwards compatible.
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