Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 442369
conga should install 'sg3_utils' and start service 'scsi_reserve' when scsi fencing is used
Last modified: 2009-04-16 15:51:30 EDT
+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #441580 +++
When shared storage support is requested when creating a cluster or adding a
cluster node, conga should install/update the 'sg3_utils' package, if necessary.
When scsi fencing is configured for a cluster node, conga should start the
'scsi_reserve' service, if it's not already running, or else scsi fencing will fail.
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Checked in 0.11.1-4.el4
Doesn't install sg3_utils after creating a bogus scsi fence. Not sure that's a
problem, I'll have to look at the fix more closely with valid fencing
configuration. Notably, I don't get a complaint or error message about an
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